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Looking Ahead: SPAMALOT Opens, Valentine’s Day Specials, Arlo Guthrie and more…

February 13, 2012

Here are a few things we’re excited about this week!

Are you prepared for the first return of this frisky frolic that had Charlotte oh-so- thankful it “wasn’t dead yet” the last time around!

Lovingly ripped off from the classic film comedy Monty Python and the Holy Grail, SPAMALOT is a hilarious musical, with a book by Eric Idle and an entirely new score created by Eric Idle and John Du Prez.

You only have five chances to catch this show.  SPAMALOT returns to Charlotte this Friday, Feb. 17-Sunday, Feb. 19, in Knight Theater at Levine Center for the Arts.

CLICK HERE for more information on SPAMALOT.

Want a chance to win tickets?  CLICK HERE to head over to our Facebook page and vote on the funniest line from Monty Python and the Holy Grail!

  • Happy Valentine’s Day

Blumenthal Performing Arts is filled with romance this Valentine’s Day.  Head over to our website tomorrow to see our homepage rain hearts!  And a little birdy tells me that we just may be doing a one-day-only $14 off sale on many of our upcoming shows.  You’ll need to visit BlumenthalArts.org for more details!

  • Do you still need an idea for Valentine’s Night?  Brooklyn’s alt-rock pioneers They Might Be Giants returns with a brand new show in McGlohon Theater at Spirit Square. Spirits will be high as the band celebrates the release of the 18-song album Join Us and their 30th year of uninterrupted rocking. As always, TMBG‘s boundless energy and arresting melodies will engage all.  This show features special guest Jonathan Coulton!

Tickets are selling fast, so make sure you buy them sooner than later.  CLICK HERE for more information on They Might Be Giants.

Another near sold out show, Arlo Guthrie: Boys Night Out, is coming Saturday, Feb. 18, to McGlohon Theater at Spirit Square.  Folksinger, musician and songwriter Arlo Guthrie returns to the road, bringing tunes from over 25 albums to an intimate stage. The folk icon carries on the musical legacy of his famous father, Woody Guthrie, while cultivating a new generation of fans along the way.  Playing the piano, guitar, harmonica and a dozen other instruments, Guthrie continues to entertain crowds with hilarious tales and anecdotes woven seamlessly into each and every performance.

Limited seats remain. Please call the box office, 704-372-1000, if you do not see seats available in the section you wish to purchase.

CLICK HERE for more information on Arlo Guthrie: Boys Night Out.

  • What are you most excited for this week?

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