C-VILLE Arts Beat: Top Picks for Mar 27-Apr 2

Thursday 3/29

It takes tuba
to tango

Snazzy jazzists invade Charlottesville! The Charlottesville Jazz Society and the University of Virginia Arts Administration bring tuba master Bill Cole and multi-instrumentalist Joseph Daley to Cabell Hall for one concert. Though Cole and Evans compose highly-regarded jazz delicacies, they have, oddly, never performed together as a duet before. Finely-distilled jazz connoisseurs will relish this opportunity to witness the pairing of didgeridoo and tuba. $5-10, 8pm. UVA Chapel, 1619 University Ave. 249-6191.

Jazz talents Joseph Daley and Bill Cole (above) raise the roof at UVA Chapel on Thursday.

 

Thursday 3/29

Loco motive

This Thursday, check out
Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, which kicks off Cine de Noche, The Bridge PAI’s bi-weekly viewing of Spanish language films.The Pedro Almodóvar film, which also inspired an award-winning Broadway musical, details how love triangles are often more complicated than the term indicates. The Bridge is billing the series of viewings as being for the “bilingual curious.”
Any more puns of that caliber and we’ll be on the verge
of a nervous breakdown, too.​​  $5, 8pm. The Bridge, 209 Monticello Rd. 984-5669.

 

Friday 3/30

Super! Sonic!

Who got their Nu Metal bass riffs in my ‘80s synth pop?! Oh, so it’s local faves Oh So, who are back with their trademarked infusion of sounds fronted by Gary Numan-esque singer JJ Williams. Oh So hammer out soaring lyrics stamped over a classic industrial substrate. Histrionic surf-a-billy zombies, the Rock n Roll Cannibals open. $5, 8:30pm. Twisted Branch Tea Bazaar, 414 E. Main St, Downtown Mall. 293-9947.

 

Friday-Saturday 3/30-31

Strangers on a train

Pulling in to the Hamner for the weekend is Last Train to Nibroc, a love story by playwright Arlene Hutton. Set in the 1940s, this limited engagement stars Laura Rikard and Will Rucker, two young performers who are among the hidden gems in the theater community. The production’s proceeds will help fund the pair’s journey to the Piccolo Spoleto Festival for the Arts in Charleston, South Carolina this spring. Donations requested, 8pm. Hamner Theater, 190 Rock-
fish School Ln., Afton. 361-1999.

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