every day something cool.
Mixed Tape Series Presents: The Neverending Story
The Carolina Theatre; 310 S.Greene St., Greensboro; 336.333.2605; www. carolinatheatre.com; 7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.; $6 Mixed Tape presents a film that will make you believe a giant dog can fly! A story within a story, a young boy picks up a large and mysterious fantasy book about a young warrior named Atreyu who must save the kingdom of Fantasia from an allconsuming evil force called The Nothing.You know that one friend that you have that, believe it or not, hasn’t seen this movie? Now’s your chance to fix that!
Wed., Mar 7
Gateway Gallery Photography Showcase Enrichment
Center: Gateway Room of the Gateway Gallery; 1006 Marshall St.,
Winston- Salem; 336.777.0076; www.enrichmentarc. org; 12:30-4:30 p.m.;
exhibit featuring refractograms by the artists of Gateway Studios along
with local guest artists Katie Chasteen, Evan Hawkins, Brent Lafever,
Liz Simmons and Dan Simonson.
artists of Gateway Studios used various light sources, liquids, glass
and crystals to create colorful, abstract images through a process
called light refraction.
Fri., Mar 9
The Peking Acrobats High Point Theatre; 220 E. Commerce Ave., High Point; 336.887.3001; www. highpointtheatre.com; 8 p.m.; $25+
their western debut in 1986, the Peking Acrobats have redefined
audience perceptions of Chinese acrobatics with amazing displays of
contortion, flexibility, balance and control. Now in its 26th year of
touring, audiences young and old alike can experience all the excitement
and festive pageantry of a Chinese Carnival through the magnificent
artistry of these gravity-defying acrobats and accompanying live
Sat., Mar 10
Slipped Slip SECCA; 750 Marguerite Drive, Winston- Salem; 336.725.1904; www.secca.org; 3:30 p.m. viewing 4:00 p.m. performance; FREE
Priddy, Composer Kimathi Moore, and Dancer/Choreographer Janice
Lancaster Larsen collaborate in the crossdisciplinary dance performance slipped slip, which takes an artwork from the galleries to its natural end on the grounds of SECCA. As a work on display in the Out of Fashion exhibit,
Priddy’s sculptural, claytreated dress “ADSR (Attack Decay Sustain
Release)” has slowly broken down as pulsing speakers played low bass
rumbles inside. Lancaster Larsen will don the actual garment and usher
its poetic return to the earth through movement, dance, and live audio
composed on site by Kimathi Moore.
Sun., Mar 11
International Working Women’s Day Celebration Communication Workers of America Local 3607 Union Hall; 129 Industrial Drive, Greensboro; 336.272.3337; 2:00 p.m.;
current struggles of working women in this area, state and country will
be discussed as well as the way forward with Greensboro’s own Rep. Alma
Adams, longtime progressive leader in the NC legislature, two other
timely and expert speakers will be featured: Elizabeth Freeze, a
representative of Greensboro Planned Parenthood and Charlotte’s Corine
Mack, former VP of a 37,000-member union local in NYC.
Mon., Mar 12
Project Love UNCSA Thrust Theatre; 1533 S. Main St., Winston-Salem; 336.770.3337; www. uncsa.edu; 7 p.m.; FREE/donations accepted
Project Love is
a student-run performance, whose main goal is to raise money for a
locally based organization in the humanities. Project Love runs the full
spectrum of artistic collaboration. Dance pieces, original compositions
and storytelling are just a few of the many attractions of this
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Tues., Mar 13
WUAG & The Blind Tiger Present: No Age with The Piedmontsmen, Jenny Bezetzt and Matt Northrup The Blind Tiger; 1819 Spring Garden St., Greensboro; 336.272.9888; www. theblindtiger.com; 9 p.m.; $10/advance, $12/day of
dream-punks No Age make a whole lot of noise for just two people. The
drum-and-guitar duo mashes up skuzzy riffage, glassy-eyed SoCal
attitude, shoegaze pedal dreams and just enough pop sensibility to make
you head bob while your fists pump. Greensboro’s finest noodlers and
noisemakers the Piedmontsmen, Jenny Bezetzt and Matt Northrup will open.
Wed., Mar 14
Let’s Lose Our House: A Modern Foreclosure Tale The Carolina Theatre; 310 S. Greene St., Greensboro; 336.333.2605; www. carolinatheatre.com; 7 p.m.; FREE
Let’s Lose Our House is a smart and funny look at the often misunderstood roots of the housing crash. This short film follows the “all-American family” from buying their first home to seeing it foreclosed on and shows how banks and the large financial industry destroyed peoples lives through fraudulent practices. Attendees will also hear remarks from Guilford County Register of Deeds Jeff Thigpen, who has gained national acclaim as an advocate against fraudulent foreclosures.