Arts & Entertainment
The ModernExtension Dance Company and Wilson Library's Rare Books Collection have joined efforts to present "Haunted," a performance combining choreography, film, improvisation and live music based on modernist poetry. The show is at 7 p.m. Saturday in Gerrard Hall and is free and open to the public.
UNC students shared their best jokes with an audience than included SNL alum Lewis Black as well as current cast members on Friday night. See some of the best jokes of the night and hear what they had to say.
The student Chapel Hill Players, or CHiPs, is a nationally recognized sketch comedy and improv group at UNC-Chapel Hill. The group will perform tonight in Hamilton 100 at 8 p.m.
Family drama, theatric outbursts, Anton Chekhovian themes and buoyant buffoonery are coming together on the Paul Green Theatre stage tonight in “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike.”
Four limestone sculptures of animals from children’s tales by North Carolina sculptor Todd Frahm will soon grace the front roundabout at the Chapel Hill Public Library on North Estes Drive.
Whether it’s smooth saxophone outside the Ackland Museum Store or drums in the nook of Julian’s, local musicians are using Franklin Street as their stage.
From magic tricks to trashcan drumming, the streets of Chapel Hill and Carrboro are constantly bustling with entertainment.