UNCG presents Joe Turner’s Come and Gone at the Brown Building Theatre on campus Wednesday through Sunday. The play takes place in a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911 and tells an enlightening story about recently freed men and women struggling to make it in a new world.
Wednesday through Sunday is also Triad Stage’s last run of the drama Crimes of the Heart, which depicts a group of troubled sisters at a family reunion. Up next for Triad Stage is a production of a wild western, Abundance, at the Hanesbrands Theatre.
The play about two mail-order brides in Wyoming opens the first week of May.
Thursday through Sunday Open Space Café Theatre finishes its run of Nunsense A-Men!, a comedic musical about a gaggle of nuns played by men, on the Crown Stage at Carolina Theatre.
UNC School of the Arts presents their spring dance concert Thursday through Sunday at the Gerald Freedman Theatre on campus.
UNCG’s dance majors will present a concert at the Dance Theater on campus Friday and Saturday. The event includes pieces by senior students.
Saturday and Sunday, Community Theatre of Greensboro continues Charlotte’s Web at its Starr Theatre. Also on Sunday, CTG is hosting An Evening of Music presented by Centerstage Youth Performing Group. The evening will include songs from hit Broadway musicals and other familiar films, such as Wicked, Mulan and Shrek.
This week is also the last run of Barn Dinner Theatre’s First Baptist of Ivy Gap, a drama featuring six church ladies in Tennessee during WWII.
For those looking to hone their acting skills, or simply try something new, Paper Lantern Theatre Company will be hosting spring acting classes April 27-June 7 in both Greensboro and Winston-Salem. The classes are on stage and on-camera scene work and are open to all levels. For more information visit paperlanterntheatre.org.
Next up for Theatre Alliance is Tarzan: The Stage Musical, which will open the first week of May. !