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Thursday August 5th

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Wednesday Roundup (4/18-4/25): One Last Hoo-roundup

Thursday

“I’m Not There”
Varsity Theatre
7 p.m.
Tickets are free with UNC OneCard, $4 for all others

The Ackland Film Forum presents director Todd Haynes’ artistic depiction of the many lives of Bob Dylan.

Friday

Hip Hop x Africa
6 p.m.
Fed Ex Global Education Center
Admission is free and donations are encouraged

From UNC’s beat making course comes a benefit concert looking to raise $5,000 for Yole!Africa, a Congolese non-profit. The proceeds will help raise money to support a beat-making lab in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Saturday

Noises Off
Paul Green Theatre
7:30 p.m.
Tickets are $10 to $45.

PlayMakers Repertory Company presents a play about a troupe of inept actors working to put on a play. It’s comically meta.

Read staff writer Kendra Benner’s preview of the story here, and Daily Tar Heel Editor-in-Chief Steven Norton’s review of the comedy here.

Sunday

A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Polk Place quad
3 p.m.
Free

Company Carolina goes au naturale, bringing Shakespeare to UNC’s great outdoors.

Read future Arts Editor Mary Stevens’ review of the production here.

Monday

“The Bacchae”
Center for Dramatic Art
5 p.m. plus Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m.
Free

It’s all Greek for LAB! Theatre in their last production of the year, a play by Euripides.

Read staff writer Kathryn Muller’s preview of the play “here”:http://www.dailytarheel.com/index.php/article/2012/04/lab_theatre_puts_a_techno_spin_on_a_greek_tragedy.

Wednesday

Penelope
Kenan Theatre
7:30 p.m.
Tickets are $10 to $45

PlayMakers Repertory Company’s last production of the year is part of the PRC2 series, and tells the journey of a woman struggling to bring back her husband’s memory post-war by reading aloud Homer’s “Odyssey.”

Bela Fleck
Memorial Hall
7:30 p.m.
Tickets are $79 to $139 Student tickets are no longer available.

Get your banjo on with “the most innovative banjo player in the world.”

Happy LDOC!

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