5 with appeal: Things to do this week; Sept. 28
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1. "Zelda: An American Love Story" debuts Wednesday at the Flat Rock Playhouse mainstage, 2661 Greenville Highway, and area theater-goers can see this show before it premieres on Broadway.
Starring Broadway's Lauren Kennedy and Tony Award-winner Jarrod Emick, "Zelda" tells the story of author F. Scott Fitzgerald and his wife, Zelda — their rise, their fall and their almost divine desire to rise once more, together.
With a score that nods to Cole Porter and George Gershwin, "Zelda" is an old-fashioned musical told in a completely new, contemporary way.
On stage through Oct. 28, evening performances are Wednesday through Saturday at 8, and matinee performances are Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 2. Tickets are $40 with discounts available for seniors, AAA members, military personnel, students and groups. For more information, call 828-693-0731 or visit www.flatrockplayhouse.org.
2. See tribal-style belly dance, Eastern European folk dance, Indian Bollywood mo
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