The Charlotte Chorale celebrates its 10th anniversary and presents an evening of Christmas choral music. The show begins with Christmas carols from around the world including the Italian carol “Ave Maria” and English tune “Carol of the Bells.” The show also includes highlights from Vivaldi’s “Gloria." $10-$20
Sheila Willoughby presents a breathtaking multimedia production highlighting the events leading to the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ. A RANSOM FOR LOVE will donate a portion of its proceeds to a local pantry that feeds the community throughout the year; combating the fight against Hunger. for more details click on link $25
Enjoy this classic holiday story presented by the Senior Theatre.
A clever take on the fabled story of Scrooge's holiday redemption done in the Commedia dell'arte style. Tickets start at $14
The Harris YMCA School of Dance is proud to present our 11th annual performance of The Nutcracker! This family-friendly, abridged version is beautifully narrated for even the youngest ballet enthusiast to enjoy. $10-$15
The Charlotte Pride Band will present its winter concert on Sunday, December 15, 2013 at Temple Beth El at 3 pm. Admission is free. The program will feature seasonal favorites performed by small ensembles of Charlotte Pride Band. The band is pleased to assist Temple Beth El in its support to the Freedom and Sterling elementary schools. Please consider bringing snacks and school supplies which will be donated to the schools. To view a list of requested school supply items, please see www.charlotteprideband.org. free
The series concludes with this Kubrick classic. Its release just a year before man set foot on the moon reflected a wide range of issues of the day, from nuclear war to the role of technology in man's evolution to 1960’s commercial air travel. However, perhaps its greatest contribution to the social revolution of which it was a part is its desire to awaken the personal and subconscious feelings of humanity within the viewers. Presented as part of the Bechtler's series 'Films of 1968: Style, Revolution and The Future.' $4.00
Sabrina Pratt, a professional comedienne, improv coach and comedy director visiting from Chicago joins the Charlotte Comedy Theater to offer this special long-form improv intensive. Learn to be the actor, writer and director working collaboratively to create an ensemble piece of artful story-telling. For those looking to improve their existing improv skills and learn some new techniques- this is the class for you! 150.00http://www.charlottecomedytheater.com
Scott Allen Jarrett conducts the chorus and orchestra for this special holiday performance. $19.50-$69.50
Clara LeBlanc trips at a holiday party and is whisked off to the hospital to learn that her ankle is broken. That night her friends and get-well gifts swirl in her dreams. This show is the perfect family event during the holiday season. Adults: $45 Students/Seniors: $35
A perfect family show for the holiday season, produced by Caroline Calouche & Co.
Peabo Bryson, CeCe Winans, Ruben Studdard and Mellisa Manchester will perform some of their holiday favorites and classic hits.
The public is invited to Bite of the Apple-Art Educator's Art Exhibit which showcases artwork created by local area North Carolina and South Carolina art teachers. The annual exhibit hosted by the Civic & Cultural Arts Center of Pineville in its main gallery located at 316 Main Street, Pineville, NC 28134 is free to the general public and was created to encourage art teachers to create artwork outside of the classroom in a friendly juried competition. Light refreshments and live music by Lucinda Lucas on opening night beginning at 6:30 p.m. on November 8, 2013. FREE