Weekend at a Glance: November 15-18

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Michael Maliakel and Jenny Latimer star in “She Loves Me” at PlayMakers Repertory Company running through December 9. Photo by HuthPhoto


Come to the opening night of East Chapel Hill High School’s musical performance of The 25th Annual Putnam Spelling. This tale of several awkward middle schoolers finding joy, heartache and a purpose in competing at the regional spelling bee features six spellers as well as four “to be announced” audience members that will join them on the stage.


The New Yorker film critic and Pulitzer Prize winner Hilton Als is coming to Carolina Performing Arts to debut his play Lives of the Performers, which will explore themes of race, self identity and sisterhood. 


Watch world-class films of every length and genre on the big screens at the 13th annual Carrboro Film Festival. There will also be parties, workshops and networking opportunities throughout the two-day celebration.


If you’re looking for something festive, She Loves Me at PlayMakers is a must-do. This adaptation of the famous Hungarian play Parfumerie is a holiday musical full of comedy and love.

Other Picks

Flip the Script: A Play in Progress, Thursday, The ArtsCenter

Mangoose, Alo Ver, Thursday, Local 506

Billy Raffoul, Thursday, Cat’s Cradle

Messy Morning, Friday, Kidzu Children’s Museum

An Evening with Peter Yarrow, Friday, The ArtsCenter

Holiday Champagne Tasting, Friday, Southern Season

Blue Door Breakfast: A Celebration of Youth, Friday, The Carolina Inn

Jupiter Ball, Friday, The Barn of Chapel Hill

UNC Women’s Soccer in the NCAA Tournament, Friday, WakeMed Soccer Park

Kids Yoga, Saturday, Kidzu Children’s Museum

Fall Arts on Market, Saturday, Southern Village

Music by Laura Jane Vincent, Saturday, Chapel Hill Farmer’s Market

Blue Grass: Leroy Savage & Friends, Sunday, Cat’s Cradle

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