It’s a holiday themed family friendly (suitable for all ages) comedy improv musical variety extravaganza. If you like the television show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” and/or have ever seen an improv show (Second City, the Groundlings, Upright Citizen Brigade, etc.) and/or like to smile, laugh, and have a good time you will enjoy your evening with the Chuckleheads. Be prepared for heavy-duty audience participation. $10/$15http://www.planetimprov.com
It’s a holiday themed comedy improv musical variety extravaganza. If you like the television show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” and/or have ever seen an improv show (Second City, the Groundlings, Upright Citizen Brigade, etc.) and/or like to smile, laugh, and have a good time you will enjoy your evening with the Chuckleheads. Be prepared for heavy-duty audience participation. $10/$15http://www.planetimprov.com
CCT is Charlotte's longest running professional improv ensemble. Shows are high energy, interactive, improv comedy that rated this amazing ensemble "Best in Charlotte". Audiences are encouraged to shout out suggestions which the talented cast turns into comedic genius. 21 and over, rated R for content. $10http://www.charlottecomedytheater.com
The exhibit features works by Walter Arnold, an artist who is frequently inspired by abandoned buildings, vehicles, penitentiaries and closed businesses.
A holiday exhibit featuring arts and crafts. Opening reception Nov. 1, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
We know what happens to Scrooge, but what about his old business partner Marley? Is he truly past redemption, or does every person deserve a chance to change, to do better? In this funny and touching holiday play, see Jacob Marley’s heroic efforts to save Scrooge’s soul – and in the process, save his own. $16-$18
A clever take on the fabled story of Scrooge's holiday redemption done in the Commedia dell'arte style. Tickets start at $14
This exhibition features approximately 40 different decorative tiles.
The exhibit features garments and accessories spanning three centuries of fashion history.
The exhibit features traditional Maya clothing, including fashions of the Kaqchikel, Ixil, K'iche', Mam, Tz'utujil, Chuj, Awakatek, Jakaltek, and Poqomchi' from Guatemala, and the Tzotzil and Tzeltal from Chiapas, Mexico.
The works come from the primary mask-producing regions of Mexico where dance performances commonly accompany religious rituals and civic events.
The exhibit features a selection of works by gallery artists.
This group show will feature new works by a collection of 30 artists.
The exhibit will feature small works by Charlotte Artery artists and guests.
Question Bridge: Black Males utilizes new media to incite meaningful discourse regarding the African American male community. Prior to expanding the project, 10 individuals were asked to express their sentiments on an assortment of topics in front of a video camera. African-American Art Since 1950:Perspectives from the David C. Driskell Center seeks to bring forth a new insight into the meaning of African-American art as it continues to highlight the social, cultural, and political visions of a growing creative community. New Mythologies:William Villalongo is a multimedia exhibition hoping to challenge traditional values and concepts found in Western art and history. $8-Adults, $6-Seniors, Educators, Students, Military; $5-Groups of 10 or more; FREE-Members & Children 5 years of age and under