Feb. 1: “An Evening with Aron Ralston: ‘127 Hours’: Between a Rock and a Hard Place” (Duke University Union Speakers & Stage in R.J. Reynolds Industries Theater).
Feb. 1: “The Monti — Theme: Greatest Moments,” starring Scott Huler, Randall Kenan, and Jamie McLendon and including The Monti’s Third Annual Hippo Awards (The Monti at Casbah in Durham).
Feb. 1-6, 8-13, 15-20, 22-27; March 1-6: “Angels in America: Part 1: Millennium Approaches and Part 2: Perestroika” (performed in rotating repertory) (PlayMakers Repertory Company in Paul Green Theatre).
Feb. 2: North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival (DSI Comedy Theater in Carrboro).
Feb. 3-5: “Proof” (Duke Theater Studies in Brody Theater).
Feb. 3-6: “Chess” (Hoof ‘n’ Horn in Sheafer Lab Theater).
Feb. 4: The Performance Collective presents “Interruptions”: “FREAK OUT!” (UNC-Chapel Hill Department of Communications Studies’ Process Series in Swain Hall Studio 6).
Feb. 4-5: “Learn to Be Latina,” a play by Enrique Urueta (UNC-Chapel Hill Office of the Executive Director of the Arts’ New Works in Development in Gerrard Hall).
Feb. 4-5: “To Buy the Sun: The Challenge of Pauli Murray” (Hidden Voices at The ArtsCenter).
Feb. 4-6: “Crowns” (Burning Coal Theatre Company and Temple Theatre at Temple Theatre).
Feb. 4-6, 10-13, 18-20: “The Real Thing” (Theatre in the Park).
Feb. 4-8: “Broadway Melodies 2011” (Pauper Players in the Frank Porter Graham Student Union Cabaret at UNC-Chapel Hill).
Feb. 4-6, 11-13: “Don’t Dress for Dinner” (North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre).
Feb. 5: “Two-Act Comeback” (Fatmouth Improv at Common Ground Theatre).
Feb. 7: “Tales of a 4th Grade Nothing” (The Carolina Theatre‘s GlaxoSmithKline Arts Discovery Series).
Feb. 8, 13: “Two by Two,” music by Alex Van Gils and James Kylstra (UNC-Chapel Hill Office of the Executive Director of the Arts’ New Works in Development in Person Hall).
Feb. 9-13: National Theatre of Scotland: “Black Watch” (Carolina Performing Arts’ International Theater Festival in Memorial Hall).
Feb. 9-13: North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival (DSI Comedy Theater in Carrboro).
Feb. 9-13: “Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus: Barnum’s Funundrum” (RBC Center).
Feb 10-13: “Chocolate Vanilla,” a play by Veronique MacRae (Act Trinity Performing Arts Company at Common Ground Theatre).
Feb. 10-14: “Under Construction” (The Lab! Theatre and the UNC-Chapel Hill Department of Dramatic Art Undergraduate Theatre in the Elizabeth Price Kenan Theatre).
Feb. 11: African American Dance Ensemble: “Rhythm N Motion” (An ArtsCenter School Show).
Feb. 11: Rickey Smiley, with Anthony Anderson (Durham Performing Arts Center).
Feb. 11-13, 17-20, 24-27: “The Man Who Came to Dinner” (Raleigh Little Theatre on the Cantey V. Sutton Main Stage).
Feb. 11-13, 18-20, 25-27: “Tuesdays with Morrie” (The Justice Theater Project in Clare Hall at St. Francis of Assisi in Raleigh).
Feb. 12: “The Owl & the Turtle” (Rags to Riches Theatre for Young Audiences at The ArtsCenter).
Feb. 12: “The Love Show” (Transactors Improv Company at The ArtsCenter).
Feb. 12: Jerry Seinfeld (Durham Performing Arts Center).
Feb. 12-13, 15-20: “The Producers” (North Carolina Theatre in Raleigh Memorial Auditorium).
Feb. 12-13, 18-20: “Love Bits & Bites 2011: The Sixth Sense” (Cary Players at the Page Walker Arts & History Center).
Feb. 13: “To Buy the Sun: The Challenge of Pauli Murray” (Hidden Voices at Chapel of the Cross in Chapel Hill).
Feb. 13: “February 48” (One Song Productions at The ArtsCenter).
Feb. 13-14: “Love Letters: Johannes Brahms, Edvard Grieg, Gabriel Fauré, Francis Poulenc, Cole Porter, John Lennon, and Others” (North Carolina Opera at Peace College).
Feb. 15-16: “Cirque Mechanics Boom Town” (The Carolina Theatre).
Feb. 15-20: “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” (Meredith Ensemble Theatre in Jones Auditorium).
Feb. 16: North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival (DSI Comedy Theater in Carrboro).
Feb. 16: Untitled Civil War Play (Mike Wiley Productions at UNC-Chapel Hill).
Feb. 17-19: “An Evening of Hemingway” (Duke Theater Studies in Brody Theater).
Feb. 17-19: North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival (The ArtsCenter).
Feb. 17-19: “Strange Beauty Film Festival 2011” (SPENDY Productions at Manbites Dog Theater).
Feb. 17-20, 24-27: “Oh Sh!t, It’s Another Evening of One-Act Plays” (Bare Theatre at Common Ground Theatre).
Feb. 17-20: “Urinetown” (University Theatre at N.C. State in Stewart Theatre).
Feb. 18: PROJECT Trio (An ArtsCenter School Show).
Feb. 18: “To Buy the Sun: The Challenge of Pauli Murray” (Hidden Voices at St. Matthews Episcopal Church in Hillsborough).
Feb. 18-20: DreamWorks’ “Madagascar Live!” (Durham Performing Arts Center).
Feb. 18-20, 23-27; March 2-6, 9-12: “Superior Donuts” (Deep Dish Theater Company).
Feb. 18-20, 25-26: “Agnes of God” (Neuse Little Theatre).
Feb. 20: North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival (DSI Comedy Theater in Carrboro).
Feb. 22-27: “In the Heights” (Durham Performing Arts Center).
Feb. 23: “Waiting for Martin” (The Carolina Theatre‘s GlaxoSmithKline Arts Discovery Series).
Feb. 23-26, Feb. 28-March 1: “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” (Peace College Theatre in Leggett Theater).
Feb. 24-25: “The Vagina Monologues” (Extra Theatre Company in the Studio Theatre in Jones Hall at Meredith College).
Feb. 24-27, March 3-6: “The Big Tent Cabaret Road Show!” (Paperhand Puppet Intervention at The ArtsCenter).
Feb. 25-26: “Drumline Live” (Broadway Series South in Raleigh Memorial Auditorium).
Feb. 25-26: Abbey Theatre of Ireland: “Terminus” (Duke Performances at The Carolina Theatre).
Feb. 26: “Back to Borneo,” a solo show by Sparky Johnson (The ArtsCenter).
Feb. 26: “Carnivàle” (Distillery Theatre Company fundraiser at Burning Coal Theatre at the Murphey School).
Feb. 27: “Bread & Puppet Theater” (The Decapitalization Circus at The ArtsCenter).
Feb. 27: “Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons LIVE!” (Broadway Series South in Raleigh Memorial Auditorium).
Feb. 27: Mabou Mines: “The Glass Menagerie” (workshop reading) (Duke Performances in Sheafer Lab Theatre).
Feb. 27: “Royal Comedy Tour,” starring Sommore, Bruce Bruce, and D.L. Hughley (RBC Center).
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