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Council candidates: The Indian Trail Town Council will interview candidates for an open seat on the council on Tuesday.
The seat was vacated by John Hullinger, who resigned from the council because he has moved to Phoenix for a job.
Ten people have applied for his seat. The council will choose Hullinger's replacement after the interviews.
The new council member will serve the remainder of Hullinger's term, which ends this year.
Tuesday's council meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Indian Trail civic building off Indian Trail Road.
Global Theatre: The Children's Theatre of Charlotte will partner with the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library to bring multicultural stories through a two-week Global Theatre Series Tour of free family performances.
From July 25-Aug. 5, the Theatre's Resident Touring Company, the Tarradiddle Players, will visit all library branches to perform stories from "Brother Rabbit Spinning Free."
For a full Global Theatre Series Tour schedule, visit ctcharlotte.org/Brother_Rabbit.html.
Designers needed: Matthews Playhouse of the Performing Arts, located at the Matthews Community Center, 100 McDowell St., Matthews, is looking for scene designers, costume designers, prop masters and stage managers for the 2011-2012 season. Go to: www.matthewsplayhouse.com. Send resumes or letter of intent to firstname.lastname@example.org.