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February 2 & 3. 8pm. Miss Julie. Gail Brower Huggins
Performance Center. Greensboro College
Campus. 815 W Market St., Greensboro.
In this
production of August Strindberg’s ground-breaking
battle of the sexes, the daughter of a count toys with a
servant’s affections, but a simple flirtation turns into a
dangerous game of cat and mouse. For more info, call
336.272.7102 (ext 398) or visit

February 3. 7pm. Welcome to Mitford Opening
Night & Reception. The Arts Council Theatre. 610
Coliseum Dr., Winston-Salem.
The play is about
more than romantic love, however. This cast of 23
quirky characters illustrate matters of the heart in
the realms of parenting, pets, friendship and – the

perfect topic for community theater – the joys
being part of a small town community. Opening
night reception at 7pm with playwright Robert
Inman attending. For more info and tickets, call
336.725.4001 or visit

February 3. 8pm. Guilford College Presents “Showcase.”
Sternberger Auditorium, Founders Hall. GC Campus.
5800 W Friendly Ave., Greensboro.
“Showcase” displays
the range of excellence produced by Guilford College’s
Theatre Studies program. It is a celebration of student
achievement and honors the most highly motivated and
self-directed performers at Guilford College. For more info,
call 336.316.2000 or visit

February 3,4. 8pm. Purrrlesque! Follies Showcase.
Triad Upstage Cabaret. 232 S Elm St., Greensboro.
Purrrlesque! is proud to bring to Greensboro, NC The

First Annual Purrrlesque! Follies Showcase Charity Burlesque
festival! With burlesque, music, comedy, sideshow,
and many other styles of acts giving a performance that
the audience will adore and remember. For more info,
call 336.272.0160 or visit

February 3-5 & 9-12. Varying times. Welcome to

Mitford. Arts Council Theatre. 610 Coliseum Dr.,

Winston-Salem. The fictional North Carolina mountain

town of Mitford is peopled by many colorful
characters. A number of local actors round out a cast
that brings the Jan Karon novels to life in a way that
will give the audience plenty of opportunities to laugh
– and to cry – in a story about community and what it
means to fall in love. For more info, call 336.748.0875
or visit

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