The solo show features artwork by Andy Braitman.
Unlimited bowling for only $15 per person, from 8 p.m. to midnight. There will also be live band karaoke and $3.50 NC drafts.
Music by Queens alumna and composer Betty R. Wishart '69 is performed by pianist Jeri-Mae G. Astolfi. Freehttp://www.queens.edu
The Charlotte Concert Band presents its fall performance, "Music of the Night." The evening features famous classical music and modern band works associated with Halloween. The chorus from Charlotte's Alexander Graham Middle School also performs. Charlotte Concert Band is a community band sponsored by Queens. Free
Queens Thatre presents a performance by Queens students, directed by Dr. Kara Wooten. One of Shakespeare's greatest comedies, "As You Like It," offers wit, romance, divided brothers and Rosalind, an inspiring female character who assumes a male identity after being banished by her uncle and falling for Orlando. Learn about life and love in the Forest of Arden. $11 for the general public, $5.50 for studentshttp://www.queens.edu
The Trio SIMKHE, which is Yiddish for "celebration," performs music connected to the Jewish culture- Klezmer music, music for the Broadway and concert stage. Sometimes referred to as "Jewish jazz,"Klezmer music is rooted in eastern European lively dance tunes and was revived in the mid 1970s. Members are Gene Kavadlo, principal clarinetist with the Charlotte Symphony; Ali Kavadlo, principal violinist emeritus with the Charlotte Symphony; and Dr. Paul Kitsch, pianist, the Macavity Artist-In-Residence at Queens. Freehttp://www.queens.edu