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JULIUS CAESAR. Off-Tryon Theatre, 3134 Cullman Avenue, 704-375-2826, www.chickspeare.org. June 12-14, 18-21, 26-28. Tickets $15. Showtime: 8pm.
A CHORUS LINE. Pease Auditorium, CPCC, 704-330-6534. June 18-21, 25-28 at 8pm, June 10 at 7pm, June 22 at 2:30pm. Tickets are $16.
HEDWIG & THE ANGRY INCH. Spirit Square's Duke Power Theatre, 704-372-1000, www.performingartsctr.org. May 28-June 15 Presented by The Actor's Theatre of Charlotte. Musical direction by Craig Spradley. Wed & Thu 7:30pm; Fri & Sat 8pm; Sun June 15 at 2pm. Tue June 3 at 7:30 pm 'pay what you can night.' Single tickets $15-$20.
Shuffletown USA. Cook's Memorial Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, 3413 Mt. Holly-Huntersville Rd., 704-504-5044. New stage work by Generations Theatre Group, based on Judy Rozzelle's "Memories of Shuffletown." June 6-7 at 8pm. June 8 at 3 pm.
WORLD WITHOUT END. The Farm Theatre. The Children's Theatre of Charlotte, Blackbox Theatre, 1017 E. Morehead Street, www.thefarmtheatre.com. June 12-14, 19-21, 26-28. Advance tickets $10, Adults $12, Students $5. Showtime: 8pm.
AFRO-AMERICAN CULTURAL CENTER. 401 N. Myers Street, 704-374-1565, www.aacc-charlotte.org. Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10am-6pm, Sunday 1-5pm. July 8 through August 31 Art Exhibit Perspectives of our Faith featuring "Psalm 23" photographic works by West Blvd. YMCA Youth, "Spiritual Awakenings" paintings by Wadsworth Jarrell, and "A Day In The Spirit" mixed media by Karen Barber. An exhibit opening reception will be held on July 11. July 26 Family Cultural Appreciation Day Festival. Heritage Saturdays Series:. July 12 Charleston SC, slavery sites and seagrass basket marketplace. July 19 Atlanta, Black Arts Festival, ML King Museum, and Hammond House Museum. July 26 Yoruba African Village SC
ART 1 GALLERY AND INSTRUCTIONAL CENTER. 170 W. Franklin Boulevard, Gastonia, 704-854-8800, www.art1gallery.org. Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday, 10am-2pm. Through-July 25 Scenes from the Blue Highways. Exhibit features artists Cama Tadlock, Jan Yearwood, Dorothy Shoemaker, and Madeline Dukes.
Art Institute of Charlotte. July 1-30 The Egg Still Life Series by Wil Bosbyshell. Artist reception July 23, 5:30-7pm, free and open to public.
CENTER OF THE EARTH GALLERY. 3204 N. Davidson Street, 704-375-5756. July 4-August 30 Exhibition of gallery artists
CHARLOTTE MUSEUM OF HISTORY. 3500 Shamrock Drive, 704-568-1774, www.charlottemuseum.org. Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-5pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. Admission $2, kids 6-12,. $4, seniors and students; adults, $6. Through June 2004 The Faces of Our State. Through September Soldiers' Stories: War in the First Person
ELMWOOD PINEWOOD CEMETERY. On 6th Street located two blocks north of W. Graham Street, 704-386-7286. Guided Walking Tour. July 19 Tour begins at 11am and lasts approximately one hour. Come learn about the man trampled by an enraged elephant on Trade Street, see confederate and fireman memorials as well as the graves of Dr. Annie Alexander, the South's first female physician and more.
HIDELL BROOKS GALLERY. 1910 South Boulevard Suite 130, 704-334-7304. Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-6pm; Saturday, 10am-4pm. Admission is free. Through July 12 Introductions. Exhibit introduces eight new artists to the southeast. July 18-August 30 Fifth Year Anniversary. Group exhibition celebrating the fifth year of the gallery with new work by all gallery artists including Eric Aho, Arless Day, Philip Geiger, Wade Hoefer, and David Kroll.
HODGES TAYLOR GALLERY. 401 N. Tryon Street, Suite 108 Transamerica Square, 704-334-3799. July 2 through August 29 Summer Invitational featuring artists. Michael Barringer, Virginia Derryberry, Philip Lopez, and Rudy Rudisill, winner of the First Builin Yuzi Paradise International Sculpture "Outstanding Prize." A reception will be held July 11 from 6-8pm.
JOIE LASSITER GALLERY. Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday, 1-4pm. 318 E. 9th Street, 704-373-1464, www.lassitergallery.com. Through July 31 works on paper by Shaun Cassidy. In this collection, Cassidy investigates time and the memory of place and activity.
LEVINE MUSEUM OF THE NEW SOUTH. 200 E. Seventh Street, 704-333-1887, www.museumofthenewsouth.org. Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-5pm; Sunday noon-5pm. Admission: $6, adults; $17, family; $5, students and seniors. July 9 Historian's Highlight Tour. Dr. Tom Hanchett leads a tour of the exhibit Cotton Fields to Skyscrapers. Call to reserve space. Through-August 7 Sunrise to Sunset: Mill Towns of the Southern Piedmont,. Cultivating Common Ground, and New South Old South, Somewhere in Between. . Through September 29 Pen and Ink Politics: Thomas Nast's Reconstruction-era Cartoons and African American Equality
THE LIGHT FACTORY. 809 W. Hill Street, 704-333-9755, www.lightfactory.org Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-6pm, Sat 12-5pm, Sun 1-5pm. Through June 21 Stillwater: William Wylie. Relationships of time and event reflect and reverberate on water surfaces.
MINT MUSEUM OF ART. 2730 Randolph Road, 704-337-2000, www.mintmuseum.org. July 5-September 7 Passing The work of six artists who exemplify some of the themes and influences of Romare Bearden's work. Through July 14 Arts of West Africa An exhibition of recent acquisitions to this permanent display. Through September 28 Masterful Prints. Through October 19 Burlon Craig and His Legacy. Hours: Tuesday, 10am-10pm; Wednesday-Saturday, 10am-5pm; Sunday, noon-5pm. Admission: $6, adults; students & seniors, $5; ages 6-17, $3.