- Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?
THEATRE IN THE PARK—Don't be afraid of Edward Albee's Virginia Woolf tonight at 8 p.m., a tale of two couples during a night of spilling drinks and secrets. Tickets are $19. For more info, visit www.theatreinthepark.com or call 831-6936. —Iesha Brown
iO SOUTH IMPROV INVITATIONAL
COMEDYWORX—Now that they've established a beachhead in Raleigh, Chicago's iO Theater is sending a six-team longform lodgment. They'll share the stage with the Transactors and three other local teams in the iO South Improv Invitational, along with emcee Charna Halpern, doyenne of American improv. Shows are tonight and tomorrow, at 8 p.m., 10 p.m. and midnight; tickets are $10, $5 for midnight shows, or $25 for a pass to all six shows. See www.iosouth.com/news.php for more info, or call 829-0822. —Marc Maximov
DANCING FOR DOLLARS
VARIOUS VENUES—El Kilombo in Durham will have their monthly fund-raising Club Cimarron Dance Party at Cinelli's Pizza, featuring salsa, meringue, reggaeton and bachata (www.elkilombo.org). For folkies, there will be a contra dance at Century Center in Carrboro (www.csda-dance.org; 967-9948). Then there's the "Do Good Dance" at Raleigh Elk's Lounge, where swing dancing lessons are free and semi-formal wear is encouraged (www.me-3.org/prom.html). —Megan Stein