10 Public performance, The Five Ages of Love, The ArtsCenter, 300-G E. Main St., Carrboro (8 pm). Buy tickets!

Transactors Improv continues their annual Love Show tradition with The Five Ages of Love. The performance is five episodes improvised from audience suggestions and will, as always, involve lots of kissing.

“Shakespeare identified the seven ages of man and there are ages of love as well, from first attraction to coming to terms with its ending,” says director Greg Hohn. “Each episode will focus on a stage of relationship and be prefaced with a song about falling into or out of love.

“We Transactors love doing scenes and shows about love. The stakes are so high and almost everyone can identify with having their heart filled with or broken by love.”

The cast for The Five Ages of Love includes Anoo Tree Brod, Greg Hohn, Juliet Kaplan, Bart Hubbard, Steve Scott, Steven Warnock, and Jane Allen Wilson. Glenn Mehrbach provides piano accompaniment. Jenn Evans handles lights and sound.

19-March 12 Public course, Level 0: Joy of Improv, taught by Steven Warnock, The PIT, 462 W. Franklin St., Chapel Hill (Mondays, 6:30-9:00 pm). Register now!

No pressure improv. Dip your toe into the joyous pool. Level 0 means 0% fear, 100% fun. This is the perfect place for absolute beginners to get acquainted with the art of long-form improvisation. Every week you will play in a safe and positive class environment with group exercises and scenework.


17 Public family performance, The Green Show, The ArtsCenter, 300-G E. Main St., Carrboro (6 pm). Buy tickets!

This performance is made up on the spot and based on your suggestions. This month's theme is "Green": St. Patricks Day, Spring's green shoots beginning to sprout, and even green cartoon characters like The Hulk deserve a little love!

The cast is director Anoo Tree Brod, Bart Hubbard, and Juliet Kaplan.

24 Public performance, Uber Reaction, Walltown Theater, 1225 Berkeley St., Durham (8 pm). Buy tickets!

The improvised story line follows characters as they Uber to a location and meet new characters. Then the story follows those new characters as they Uber to a new location and meet more new characters. And so on and so on, all set during a single night.

It’s an additive improv form similar to and inspired by the Richard Linklater film Slacker with the audience providing the locations for the characters to visit.

The cast includes co-directors Greg Hohn and Steven Warnock, Anoo Tree Brod, Juliet Kaplan, and Steve Scott along with guests Lindsay Harvath and Will Purpura. Jenn Evans handles the technical end of the show.

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