Every Sunday there's a party with DJ Ahuf, Rowshay, and Edward Shouse. Drink specials and half-price hookahs, too.
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.
Local musicians perform every Friday and Saturday. For a list of upcoming performers, visit http://202wines.com.
Know an individual in our community who has not only fought through the effects of cancer with impeccable strength, but serves as a great source of inspiration? The nominee can be a cancer fighter, survivor or someone affected by the terrible disease. To nominate someone for this award, email the person’s name and a brief story of how they’ve inspired you and the community to join the fight to kick cancer’s booty to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your name and contact information as well. There is a limit of 1,000 words. Deadline is May 1, 2014. none
A night of Art, Prayer, Jazz, and Worship focuses on introspection and reflections on several artists whose work illuminates relevant experiences of walking with Jesus Christ. In the background, we will experience jazz music as a holy work, spiritual work. Many jazz musicians were Christians and developed their talent within the church. In this way, we reclaim a music that has historical ties to ministry. Join us as we prayer, reflect, worship and fellowship. It will be an amazing, cool, night. Free
With the purchase of your entry, you’ll receive a $5 voucher for purchasing wines, and wines that are featured that night will be available for a 10% discount. $5
Anyone who hasn’t experienced the electricity of live drama in an intimate space might do well to look in on Other Desert Cities at Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte. I saw Jon Robin Baitz’s play in its original Lincoln Center Theatre production more than two years ago, and I still believe it’s the most powerful American play since August: Osage County — and the most significant since Angels in America. When Brooke Wyeth turns up at her parents’ place after a six-year absence — and a nervous breakdown — she doesn’t exactly bring them flowers. She’s written a tell-all memoir that reopens a festering family wound: her brother’s suicide after he commits a crime while protesting the Vietnam War. The manuscript is doubly painful because Lyman and Polly, Brooke’s parents, have close ties with the Reagans. Dennis Delamar directs the show, opening for previews on April 17 and playing through May 10, with newcomer Josephine Hall as Brooke, and Charlotte theater vets Jerry Colbert, Katherine Goforth, Ryan Stamey, and Polly Adkins portraying her Palm Springs family. (Perry Tannenbaum) $17 for the April 18-19 previews, pay-what-you-can on April 17; $26-$31 for all other shows
Mother’s Day shouldn’t be just one day only; it should be a weeklong event. In celebration of these terrific moms who gave birth to us, nurtured us, and mostly because the theatre wasn’t available on Mother’s Day, we are celebrating it with an OTC improv show on Saturday, May 17th at 8pm at the Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte. 10.00 in advance; 12.00 at the door
Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte presents the 2008 Tony Award winning musical for "Best Book." Chip Decker directs the production, which follows the journey of a young Bohemian traveling from middle class black America to Amsterdam and Berlin, where sex, drugs, and rock and roll reign.
Come join OTC improv at the Actor's Theatre of Charlotte for a night of hilarious time related comedy. Come with suggestions relating to running late, arriving early etc. For more visit www.OTCimprov.com or call 704-618-4203. $10-$12