‘Peter Pan Jr.’
Wed 7.9 10 a.m. (also various performances through July 13). Theatre Charlotte, 501 Queens Road. $10-$15. www.carolinatix.org.
TCjr participants ages 9-14 work with high schoolers and college students each summer. This year, the result is an abbreviated version of the musical based on the 1953 Disney film and J.M. Barrie’s play.
Thu 7.10 7:30 p.m. Carolina Cinemas Crownpoint, 9630 Monroe Road. $10. www.backalleyfilmseries.com.
One-night-only screening of Dutch filmmaker Alex van Warmerdam’s 113-minute thriller, in which “dread, bewilderment, madness and devious laughter take up residence in this home invasion film like no other.”
Fri 7.11 8 p.m. Uptown Amphitheatre, 1000 NC Music Factory Blvd. $40.77-$64.52. www.livenation.com.
The last time the rocker was in Charlotte, he played the Grady Cole Center as a 24-year-old – in 1996, on the heels of his “Odelay” album. Now 43 and seven albums later, he’s back for a much-anticipated encore.
Sat 7.12 8 p.m. Time Warner Cable Arena, 333 E. Trade St. $58.15-$197.70. www.livenation.com.
Raleigh saw his “20/20 Experience” tour in November, as did Atlanta a month later. But the pop/R&B singer hasn’t performed here since 2000, when he was with ’N Sync. Expect him to perform about 30 songs.
Sat 7.12 8 p.m. Dilworth Neighborhood Grille, 911 E. Morehead St. $10 in advance, $15 at the door. www.planetimprov.com.
The comedy troupe’s show will include summer-themed improv and games/activities that involve heavy audience participation. Guests also can buy raffle tickets for a chance to win prizes.
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