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Vocalist Toni Tupponce joins the Ziad Jazz Quartet for Jazz for Lovers concert, Feb. 6 at the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art. Most of the concerts sell out.

Tony Wright’s apt performance as a man with an invisible rabbit friend keeps this comedy rolling at Theatre Charlotte.

Quixotic Theatre does Martin McDonagh’s play about a writer hounded by police.

Charlotte’s Scott Whitesell is fighting cancer and hopes his music can be an inspiration for others.

“Pulse Dome Project” at UNC Charlotte’s Projective Eye Gallery through March 11 represents just a sliver of Don ZanFagna’s creative output. These works on paper reveal ideas so complex and so oblivious to boundaries that they could be perceived in myriad ways.

Visual artist Frank Selby combines with choreographer Sasha Janes in a strange new way. Performances run through Feb. 21.

Four short pieces of “Innovative Works” encourage analysis but sometimes confound it.

New Pillow Talk video: Joanne Spataro returns baton to opera conductor on eve of Puccini’s ‘Turandot’ at Belk Theater, at 7:30 p.m. Thursday and 2 p.m. Sunday.

Children’s Theatre of Charlotte’s production runs through Feb. 8 at ImaingOn.

Live theater returns to South End – in some unexpected venues – thanks to three enterprising women. Donna Scott, Tonya Bludsworth and Glynnis O’Donoghue are staging Bludsworth’s “Carrie Ann’s Kiss” at Charlotte Trolley Museum Friday and Saturday.

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