Through Sept. 29: Carolina Actors Studio Theatre, 2424 N. Davidson St. $18-$28. 704-455-8542; www.nccast.com.
The Smell of the Kill
Through Oct. 6: The Warehouse Performing Arts Center, 9216-A Westmoreland Road, Cornelius. 704-619-0429; www.warehousepac.com.
9 to 5: The Musical
Through Oct. 7: Old Courthouse Theatre, 49 Spring St., Concord. 704-788-2405; www.oldcourthousetheatre.org.
The Evolution of Black Gospel Music
Sept. 27-29: Booth Playhouse, 130 N. Tryon St. 704-372-1000; www.carolinatix.org.
God of Carnage
Through Oct. 13: Actors Theatre of Charlotte, 650 E. Stonewall St. 704-342-2251; www.actorstheatrecharlotte.org.
Sept. 28-Oct. 7: CPCC, Pease Auditorium, 1201 Elizabeth Ave. 704-330-6534; www.cpcc.edu.
The Hungry Woman: A Mexican Medea
Oct. 3-6: Johnson Theatre, Winthrop University, 1920 Alumni Drive, Rock Hill. 803-323-4014. www2.winthrop.edu/arts.
Sept. 27: CPCC, Tate Hall, 1206 Elizabeth Ave. tix.cpcc.edu.
Charlotte Symphony KnightSounds
Sept. 28: The Power of Song. Knight Theater, 430 S. Tryon St. 704-372-1000; www.charlottesymphony.org.
Sept. 29: Connecting Crossroads in North Carolina. Duke Family Performance Hall, Davidson College. 704-894-2135; www.davidson.edu.
First Tuesday Concerts
Oct. 2: Surrealism in Art, music by Poulenc, Stravinsky and Satie. Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, 420 S. Tryon St. 704-353-9200; www.bechtler.org.
Andre Christine Gallery
Through Oct. 6: Art of Politics. 148 Ervin Road, Mooresville. www.andrechristinegallery.com.
Cabarrus Arts Council
Through Oct. 4: High Five. Historic Courthouse, 65 Union St. S., Concord. 704-920-2787; www.cabarrusartscouncil.org.
Ciel Gallery + Mosaic Studio
Through Oct. 27: Articulate: The Artists Voice. 128-C E. Park Ave. 704-577-1254; www.cielcharlotte.com.
Through Oct. 14: Annabel Manning: Occupy Charlotte, Then and Now. Elizabeth Ross Gallery, 1201 Elizabeth Ave. 704-330-6211; arts.cpcc.edu.
Through Oct. 4: American Gods, works by Chris Watts. 120 Brevard Court. 704-332-4322; ohgenome.com.
Hart Witzen Gallery
Oct. 5: Works by Christopher Holston. 6-11 p.m. 136 E. 36th St. 704-334-1177; hartwitzengallery.com.
Hidell Brooks Gallery
Through Oct. 27: Arless Day: Artistic Vistas. 1910 South Blvd., Suite 130. 704-334-7302; hidellbrooks.com.
Hearst Tower Plaza
Through Nov. 1: Chrys Riviere-Blalock: North Carolina Landscapes. 214 N. Tryon St.
Jerald Melberg Gallery
Through Nov. 10: Brian Rutenberg: River. 625 S. Sharon Amity Road. 704-365-3000; www.jeraldmelberg.com.
McColl Center for Visual Art
Through Nov. 3: America Now. 721 N. Tryon St. 704-332-5535. www.mccollcenter.org.
RedSky Gallery Elizabeth
Through Nov. 3: Recapturing Childhood. 1523 Elizabeth Ave., Suite 120. 704-377-6400; www.redskygallery.com.
Renee George Gallery
Through Oct. 13: Works by Allison Stewart. 2839 Selwyn Ave. 704-332-3278; www.reneegeorgegallery.com.
Through Oct. 13: Paradiso, new works by Lauren Jones Worth. 2823 Selwyn Ave. 704-334-7744; www.shaingallery.com.
The Charlotte Observer and The Echo Foundation
Through Oct. 19: One America, One American: Robert F. Kennedy Through the Lens of Bill Eppridge. 600 S. Tryon St. 704-358-5000; www.echofoundation.org.
Through Nov. 1: E Pluribus Unum. Center City Building, 320 E. Ninth St. Through Sept. 28: Faculty Biennial. Rowe Galleries, 9201 University City Blvd. www.coaa.uncc.edu.
At Levine Center for the Arts
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art
Sept. 27: Lecture: Alberto Giacometti and the Curse of Art Forgery. 420 S. Tryon St. 704-353-9200; www.bechtler.org.
The Light Factory Contemporary Museum of Photography and Film
Sept. 27: Reception 6-8 p.m. Through Oct. 14: We Are Charlotte; Through Jan. 21: Out in the Streets. 345 N. College St. 704-333-9755; www.lightfactory.org.
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