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Wednesday Natty Greene’s is hosting a fundraiser night for Community Theatre of Greensboro, in which 10 percent of all sales will go to support CTG.

New this week, beginning Friday, is Theatre Alliance’s production of Blood Brothers, a musical about a struggling woman who gives one of her newborn twin boys to the woman whose house she cleans. Even though they grow up apart unknowing of their relation, the boys become friends and fall in love with the same girl.

Theatre Alliance is hosting a familyfriendly block party on Saturday to celebrate its upcoming production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid. The theatre will have a bounce house, face painting, carnival food for sale, and story time with pirates and princesses. The party is from 10 a.m to 2 p.m. Costumes aren’t required, but they are accepted.

Monday and Tuesday, Community Theatre of Greensboro is holding auditions for its production of James and the Giant Peach, which will run July 16-24. Auditions are for kids in grades K-12 and are at the Greensboro Cultural Arts Center.

Piedmont Players Theatre is holding youth auditions for The Wizard of Oz later this month on Tuesday, May 31, and Wednesday, June 1, at The Norvell Theater in Salisbury. Participants should prepare 16 bars from the song of their choice and bring sheet music. Dress accordingly for a brief dance routine, as well. Show dates are July 14-23.

On that same Tuesday and Wednesday Piedmont Players Theatre will also hold auditions for its Hands on a Hardbody, a musical based on the film of the same name. Don’t let the title fool you into thinking the musical is risqué—they’re talking about the hard body of a truck.

Coming soon in June is Triad Stage’s final production: Don Juan by Moliére and adapted by Preston Lane. The wicked comedy about love, trust and world’s greatest romancer will feature three of Triad Stage’s funniest actors: Mickey Solis, Dierdre Friel and Jamison Stern.

Also beginning in June is Twin City Stage’s production of Tuesdays with Morrie, based on the book by Mitch Albom. Opening night with wine and hors d’oeuvres is Friday, June 3, at the Hanesbrands Theatre.

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