Chapel Hill
UNC CAMPUSOver four shows this weekend, the actors in Jack and Jill, A Romance will take turns playing the four characters on stage, ensuring that no performance will be the same. Jane Martin’s play covers the arc of a relationship: the first meeting, marriage and break-up. NYC-based Ground UP Productions will present the play at UNC, their alma mater, at the Center for Dramatic Art. For more info, visit or call (866) 811-4111. Megan Stein

VOLUME 11 TAVERNDespite the bloodstains and eye-piercing moniker, GOUGE isn’t a grindcore band on Relapse Records. It’s an acronym for “Gimmicks Only Underground Grappling Entertainment,” and it brings ringside action back to basics: dirt-cheap entertainment by dirt-poor wrestlers in the thick of the Dirty, Dirty South. If you’re into watching guys with names like Trailer Park Heat, Sweet Ebony Assassin and Wallabee Joe kick each other in the face, this is for you. The action starts at 7 p.m for $10. Rich Ivey