Charlotte Culture Guide Friday

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Happy Friday everyone! The weekend is upon us and there is a world of things for you to do in Charlotte and Mecklenburg County. Here are a few options:

Celtic Crossroads
Celtic Crossroads presents Irish music like never before, set to do to Irish music what Riverdance has done to Irish dance.
Fri., March 18 @ 8pm
Knight Theater at Levine Center for the Arts

Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein
Based on the Oscar-nominated, smash hit, 1974 film, YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN is the wickedly inspired re-imagining of the Mary Shelley classic from the comic genius of Mel Brooks.
Fri., March 18 – Sun., March 20
Belk Theater

Eric Taylor
Eric Taylor is a sage musician, a lyrical genius and a master of the guitar. If you’re familiar with the intricate Texas singer/ songwriter jigsaw puzzle, you probably already know a lot about Taylor.
Sat., March 19 @ 8pm
The Evening Muse

The Glass Menagerie
One of the American theatre’s best plays, The Glass Menagerie is a drama of great tenderness, charm, and beauty.
Fri., March 18 – Sun., April 3
Theatre Charlotte

Hip Hoppin’ Hares and Bouncin’ Bunnies
Lots of fun for everyone … meet our bunny brigade, say hello to Harry the hare, and solve the hairy mystery about the differences between rabbits and hares.
Sat., March 19 @ 10am
Charlotte Nature Museum

African American Theater 101
This year-long education series focuses on essential plays of the black theater repertoire.
Sun., March 20 @ 3pm
Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture at the Levine Center for the Arts

Mr. Duke’s Charlotte: Charlotte 100 Years Ago
Join the Duke Mansion and Levine Museum of the New South for a free presentation at The Duke Mansion, 400 Hermitage Road in Charlotte, featuring popular Charlotte history speaker David Erdman. Erdman will show dozens of photos of Charlotte as it appeared when James “Buck” Duke lived here around the turn of the last century.
Sun., March 20 @ 3pm
The Duke Mansion

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