Colony Theatre–Why did we ever think the Brits were uptight anyway? They’ve been telling about their drag queens ever since Van Morrison sang of Madame George down on Cypress Avenue, with a childlike vision leaping into view, clicking, clacking of the high heeled shoe. In Kinky Boots, Chiwetel Ejiofor (who made such an impression in Dirty Pretty Things) stars as a transvestite who just might have the key to saving a boot factory in Northhamptonshire. Now playing at your favorite art house. –David Fellerath
C is for Communism
Kings–M stands for murder, V for vendetta and, with A/V Geeks, C is for Communism. Titles include What is Communism? and Yankee Go Home. The night of Cold War terror begins at 9 p.m. Bring your own desk to hide under. –David Fellerath
Window to the Humanities: Visions of the Feast
Ackland Art Museum–This exhibit, focusing on social, ethical and cultural aspects of feasting through five different themes, enters its last two weeks. Curated by UNC-Chapel Hill professor Inger Brodey, the installation explores philosophy, art and fiction and their cultural links to food through mixed media.