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Charlotte: Levine Exhibit, TOY Gift, Chamber Links, Dual Plays

Carolinas News Notes

Levine Museum of the New South, 200 E. Seventh St., is showcasing “Let Love Reign,” Time Out Youth Center has announced that the Howard R. Levine Foundation/Howard & Julie Levine have made a matching gift challenge of $100,000 to the Center’s capital campaign, the Charlotte LGBT Chamber of Commerce, along with the Latin, Asian and Black Chambers of Commerce will be front and center at the 2017 PGA Championship on Aug. 8 and In a unique collaboration, playwright Steven Dietz has written two original and interconnected plays which will debut and run simultaneously at two theatres during their 2018-19 seasons

Triangle: ‘Chasing Capri,’ Spano Reading, Gospel Talent Show, SAGE 4th

Carolinas News Notes

“Chasing Capri,” a documentary film by southern filmmaker Caleb Holland, was released and featured a Carolina transgender teen at the center of the storyline, Mark Spano will read from his award-winning novel “Midland Club” on June 25, Gospel Drag and Talent Show will be held on June 23 and SAGE Raleigh will hold its annual 4th of July cookout and potluck on July 4.

‘Dear Harvey’ celebrates Harvey Milk

Readings of the play bring the story to a new generation

Harvey Milk was assassinated in 1978. He was the first openly gay elected official in California. He was only 11 months into his first term as a San Francisco supervisor when he and the mayor, George Moscone, were shot and killed by fellow supervisor Dan White.

Cumming around again

An interview with Alan Cumming

Alan Cumming is a queer renaissance man. He sings, he dances, he writes, he acts — there doesn’t seem to be anything he can’t do.

Arts options dot the Carolinas

From theatre to galleries, fun things to do as the weather warms up

Spring has come early to the Carolinas, with daffodils already in bloom and trees cascading their blossoms over streets and highways from the mountains to the coast. So now is the time to break away from being stuck inside and venture out to theatres, concerts, festivals and more. With that said, here are some idea starters to whet qnotes’ readers’ appetites.

Our People: Q&A with Martin Damien Wilkins

Director of ‘BootyCandy’ with Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte talks the arts

In the world of thespians (not to be confused with lesbians), the Charlotte theatre scene is diverse and lively. No one knows this better than Martin Damien Wilkins, 37, a local stage director whose newest production, “BootyCandy,” is playing at the Mint Museum on Randolph Rd. until March 19.

Charlotte: Org grant, artist resistance, iconic play, leaders class, youth artists, PFLAG fundraiser, orgs united, trans child story

Carolinas News Notes

The Community Foundation of Gaston County awarded the House of Mercy a grant, Lara Americo shows resistance, iconic play ‘The Children’s Hour’ comes to the University of North Carolina at Charlotte’s Belk Theatre, the Small Business Administration is holding an executive leaders class, youth artists are being sought for a specialize exhibit at the Mint Museum, PFLAG Concord/Kannapolis is hosting a fundraiser, Equality North Carolina and Time Out Youth Center have united in a youth initiative and trans child story has been shared.