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Saturday, November 1
At 8 p.m., GPAC presents the Carolina Pops, celebrating 70 years of North Carolina music. The music and majesty of North Carolina is celebrated in this new production that features the works of some of the world’s most celebrated artists who are North Carolina natives. Featuring performances by the Greensboro Symphony, David Holt, the lead singers from the Squirrel Nut Zippers and the N.C. Youth Tap Ensemble, this show pays tribute to such N.C. greats as James Taylor, Roberta Flack and others.
Monday, November 3
Distinguished Speaker Billy Mills appears at 7 p.m. at GPAC. A Native American, former U.S. Marine and an Olympic gold medallist at the 1964 Tokyo games, Mills served on the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports and was inducted into the US Olympic Hall of Fame in 1984.
Wednesday, November 5
Thursday, November 6
Friday, Nov. 7
“Saturday Night Fever!” 8 p.m. in GPAC. The music, the costumes, the dances and the electrifying score will have you “shaking your groove thing” before the end of the first scene! Direct from Broadway and based on the legendary 1977 movie which prompted a cultural revolution and became the largest selling soundtrack in history. The show features the Bee Gee’s legendary score including classics like “Night fever,” “Jive Talking,” and “Stayin’ Alive.” The perfect pick for families and audiences of all generations. Pull out those bell-bottoms, butterfly collars and prepare yourself for an evening of fun.
Wednesday, November 12
Thursday, November 13