Two teen summer theater programs culminate in productions Friday through Sunday.
One Song Productions, a youth-run theater organization started in 2002, stages Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” in Carrboro’s ArtsCenter, set in the summer of 1987 at a lake house (919-929-2787 or artscenterlive.org, $7-$10). North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre’s C.A.S.T. Camp offers the 2001 Tony-winning musical, “Urinetown,” a satirical look at a future where water shortages lead to fees for bathroom privileges (919-866-0228 or nract.org, $12).
- Theatre Raleigh brings the rarely staged comedy-mystery, “Sleuth,” to Raleigh's Kennedy Theatre. The 1970 Tony Award winner stars Jesse Gephart and Michael Brocki. Details at theatreraleigh.com.