Truliant: Triad Area Events in March

March offers a variety of interesting and exciting events for families to experience in and around the Triad. Here are some of the top offerings: 

Vitus Shell: ‘Bout It, ‘Bout It, The Political Power of Just Being
SECCA, Winston-Salem
March 1-June 18
Vitus Shell, a Louisiana artist, has created empowering portraits of black Americans through a revision of historical painting. Shell doesn’t frame his works. The canvases hang in an ad-hoc manner with grommets, boasting waves and slightly curled edges. 

Music from the Homelands
Stevens Center of the UNCSA, Winston-Salem
March 4-5, 7:30 p.m. and 3 p.m.
Tickets $25-90
Under the baton of Vinay Parameswaran, a music director candidate, the Winston-Salem Symphony is spotlighting European folk music traditions. Lara St. John, a violinist, returns to perform expressive Slavic melodies and vibrant dance rhythms. 

The Wood Brothers
The Ramkat, Winston-Salem
March 10, 8 p.m.
Tickets $30 and up
The Wood Brothers, dubbed the masters of soulful folk, formed after Chris and Oliver Wood pursued independent music careers for 15 years. Drummer Jano Rix was added as a permanent third member. In 2018, the group released its sixth album, “One Drop of Truth,” which was nominated for a Grammy Award for “Best Americana Album.” 

Jon Stickley Trio
Yadkin Cultural Arts Center, Yadkinville
March 11, 7:30 p.m.
Tickets $25
The Jon Stickley Trio plays a mixture of blue grass, Chuck Berry, metal, progressive rock, grunge and an assortment  of other genres. Their current album is “Scripting the Flip.” 

Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of the Temptations
Steven Tanger Center, Greensboro
March 14-17, 7:30 p.m.
Tickets $33 and up
The Broadway musical follows The Temptations’ journey from the streets of Detroit to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. The Temptations created 42 Top Ten hits, and 14 reached number one. 

Rauw Alejandro: Saturno World Tour 2023
Spectrum Center, Charlotte
March 18, 8 p.m.
Tickets $50 and up
Rauw Alejandro, a Raggaeton superstar from Puerto Rico and Latin Grammy Award winner, has been leading a new generation of Latin music artists since 2017. His latest album “Saturno” was released in 2022. 

Bluey’s Big Play
Steven Tanger Center, Greensboro
March 21-22, 6 p.m.
Tickets $24 and up
Bluey’s Big Play is a theatrical adaptation of the Emmy Award-winning children’s series. Featuring brilliantly created puppets, the production is an original story with new music. 

Dangerous Corner
UNCSA, Catawba Theater, Winston-Salem
March 23-April 1, 7:30 p.m.
Tickets $15 and $20
Dangerous Corner is one of J.B. Priestley’s three plays about time. Priestley is a British author, dramatist and broadcaster. The play is set in 1932 in a small village outside of London. A chance remark leads to devastating revelations. 

Old-Time Jam
Reeves Theater & Café, Elkin
March 23, 5:30 p.m.
The monthly jam session, focused primarily on Surry County and other old-time traditional music from North Carolina, is in the lobby. Anyone is free to watch or play. 

Yolanda Adams and the Greensboro Symphony
Steven Tanger Center, Greensboro
March 25, 8 p.m.
Tickets $35-$80
Yolanda Adams is the queen of contemporary gospel music and winner of four Grammy Awards. Joined by the Greensboro Symphony, Adams will showcase her powerful voice and her singular sound that blends gospel, soul and jazz. 

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