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Fletcher Opera Theater
The image is divided in half from top to bottom. The left features a mans face with "Men are From Mars" on a black background and the right shows a woman's face and reads "Women are From Venus" on a white background.
January 23, 2021 | Saturday
January 23 - 4:00 PM
January 23 - 8:00 PM
The image is divided in half from top to bottom. The left features a mans face with "Men are From Mars" on a black background and the right shows a woman's face and reads "Women are From Venus" on a white background.

The Off-Broadway hit comedy Men Are From Mars – Women Are From Venus LIVE!, is a one-man fusion of theatre and stand-up, and is a light-hearted theatrical comedy based on the New York Times #1 best-selling book of the last decade by John Gray.

Moving swiftly through a series of vignettes, the show covers everything from dating and marriage to the bedroom.  This hysterical show will have couples elbowing each other all evening as they see themselves on stage. Sexy and fast paced, this show is definitely for adults, but will leave audiences laughing and giggling like little kids! 

When Mars and Venus collide, the adventures are earth-shatteringly hysterical. It's a great recipe for a date night out: a little storytelling blended with some comedy and a dash of sage wisdom from the book. A delicious evening of entertainment!

** This event has been rescheduled to May 1, 2021 If you have any questions about this new performance date, please contact your original point of purchase, or email us directly at PAC.Info@RaleighNC.gov**

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A male dancer is leaping in the air to the left of two other dancers holding each other in mid pose
Feb 3-4
A male dancer is leaping in the air to the left of two other dancers holding each other in mid pose

The Carolina Ballet will open their 2020-2021 season with the pure elegance of dance in the return of Artistic Director, Zalman Raffael’s, Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto. This program will also feature Agon; a striking George Balanchine classic to the beloved music of Igor Stravinsky, and a world premiere by Robert Weiss set to Mahler’s alluring Songs of a Wayfarer.