In the galleries

10/17/2012 12:35 PM

10/17/2012 12:51 PM

Theater

“Baby”

Through Oct. 21: Davidson Community Players, 307 Armour St. 704-892-7953; www.davidsoncommunityplayers.org.

“The Legend of Sleepy Hollow”

Oct. 19-28: Matthews Playhouse, 100 McDowell St. 704-846-8343; www.matthewsplayhouse.com.

“Beauty Shop Stories”

Oct. 19: Davis Theatre, 65 Union St. S., Concord. 704-920-2753; www.carrusartscouncil.org.

“Romeo and Juliet Rehearsed”

Oct. 19-20: Charles LaBorde Theatre, Northwest School of the Arts, 1415 Beatties Ford Road. www.nwsatag.com.

“Born Yesterday”

Oct. 19-27: Parkwood Theatre, 3220 Parkwood School Road, Monroe. 704-764-2900.

“The Fisherman and His Wife”

Oct. 20-21: Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, 300 E. Seventh St. 704-973-2828; www.ctcharlotte.org.

Concerts

Renaissance

Oct. 20: Maurice Durufle’s “Requiem.” First United Methodist Church, 501 N. Tryon St. singers-renaissance.org.

UNC Charlotte

Oct. 23: Claude Richard, guest violinist. Robinson Hall, 9201 University City Blvd. 704-687-1849; coaa.uncc.edu/events-exhibitions.

Charlotte Symphony Pops

Oct. 26-27: “America.” Belk Theater, 130 N. Tryon St. 704-972-2000; www.charlottesymphony.org.

Carolina Voices

Oct. 27: “Shake Your Ghoul Thing!” McGlohon Theater, 345 N. College St. www.carolinavoices.org.

Dance

N.C. Dance Theatre

Oct. 25-27: “Limitless.” Knight Theater, 430 S. Tryon St. 704-335-1010; www.ncdance.org.

Literary arts

Book Signing

Oct. 20: Dr. Carole Isom-Barnes will sign copies of “Layoff:American Dream Interrupted.” Park Road Books, 4139 Park Road. www.parkroadbooks.com.

Charlotte Writers’ Club

Oct. 20: Publicity and Marketing for Writers. Providence United Methodist Church, 2810 Providence Road. www.charlottewritersclub.org.

Author Talk

Oct. 21: Michael C. Hardy will discuss “Civil War Charlotte: Last Capitol of the Confederacy.” Main Library, 310 N. Tryon St. www.plcmc.lib.nc.us.

Galleries

Charlotte Art League

Through Oct. 26: “Art Beyond Sight.” 1517 Camden Road. 704-376-2787; www.charlotteartleague.org.

Ciel Gallery + Mosaic Studio

Through Oct. 27: “Articulate: The Artist’s Voice.” 128-C E. Park Ave. 704-577-1254; www.cielcharlotte.com.

Elder Gallery

Through Oct. 27: “As Lovely As A Tree.” 1520 S. Tryon St.; 704-370-6337; www.elderart.com.

Hidell Brooks Gallery

Through Oct. 27: “Arless Day: Artistic Vistas.” 1910 South Blvd., Suite 130. 704-334-7302; hidellbrooks.com.

New Gallery of Modern Art

Through Oct. 20: “What’s Past is Prologue: Recent works by Sandra Muss.” 435 S. Tryon St. Suite 110. 704-373-1464; newgalleryofmodernart.com.

Providence Gallery

Through Oct. 31: “Color Surge.” 601-A Providence Road. 704-333-4535; www.providencegallery.net.

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.

UNC Charlotte

Through Nov. 1: “E Pluribus Unum.” Center City Building, 320 E. Ninth St. Through Nov. 7: “If By Land and Sea,” works by Jennifer Meanley; “Opposition Papers,” works by Rian Kerrane. Rowe Galleries, 9201 University City Blvd. www.coaa.uncc.edu.

Winthrop University

Through Oct. 26: “Between the Springmaid Sheets”; “Remnants: A Collection of Rock Hill’s Visual Alterations.” 1905 Alumni Drive, Rock Hill. 803-323-2493; www2.winthrop.edu/vpa/Galleries.

Levine Center for the Arts

Bechtler Museum of Modern Art

Oct. 19: Architecture + Film: “Philip Johnson: Diary of an Eccentric Architect.” 420 S. Tryon St. 704-353-9200; www.bechtler.org.

Mint Museum Randolph

Through Oct. 28: “Celebrating Queen Charlotte’s Coronation.” 2730 Randolph Road. 704-337-2000; www.mintmuseum.org.Feb. 24: “Vantagepoint X/ Vik Muniz: Garbage Matters.” 500 S. Tryon St. 704-337-2000; www.mintmuseum.org.

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