DANCING! DANCING! DANCING! Known primarily for creating singers and musicians, the Peabody Institute schools dancers, too, and they take center stage March 27-28 for a Spring Showcase featuring original choreography, guest artists, and, of course, dance students at the Friedberg Concert Hall (1 E. Mount Vernon Place,  234-4500). The Baltimore Ballet's snowed out 10th anniversary gala takes place March 28 at the Lyric Opera House (140 W. Mount Royal Ave.,  685-5086). Vincent E. Thomas' dance troupe performs the choreographer's latest work Witness at Theatre Project (45 W. Preston St.,  752-8558) March 26-28.
OPENING Baltimore native Onyi Okoli brings her one-woman show Charmed, I'm Sure! to the Strand Theatre (1823 N. Charles St.,  874-4719) March 26-April 10. This personal story of a young woman coming of age in Baltimore City and then moving to Los Angeles is Okoli's first post-college production.
LAST CHANCE March 28 is a big night for final shows. Working It Out goes out of business that night at CenterStage (700 N. Calvert St.,  332-0033). The Baltimore Shakespeare Festival's Mrs. Kemble's Tempest, a play about a 19th-century actress's final bow, takes its final bow at St. Mary's Outreach Center (3900 Roland Ave.,  366-8596). The Drawer Boy concludes at the Vagabond Players (806 S. Broadway,  563-9135). Stomp crashes to a halt at the Hippodrome (12 N. Eutaw St.,  837-7400). And Partition solves its final equation at Spotlighters (817 St. Paul St.,  752-1225).
AUDITIONS Spotlighters is holding auditions for George Bernard Shaw's Arms and the Man Mar. 27 from 2-5 p.m. and Mar. 29 from 7-10 p.m. at the theater. Actors will be asked to do cold readings from the script. Bring a head shot and resume.