The Art of Publishing, with Chad Harbach and Chris Parris-Lamb
UNC graduate Chris Parris-Lamb and author of the bestselling novel “The Art of Fielding” Chad Harbach will speak on the art of publishing.
Look for staff writer Mary Stevens’ Q&A with Parris-Lamb on Friday.
NC Comedy Arts Festival
Check here a full schedule of events
This gathering of national and local comedians proclaims to be the largest comedy festival in the South. The festival was organized in 2001 by Dirty South Improv founder Zach Ward and has been an annual event since. Check out the standup, sketch and improv acts at multiple venues in the next few weeks.
Read staff writer Carson Blackwelder’s story on the festival.
The Art of Hip Hop
Ackland Art Museum
Student rapper Julian Caldwell (JSWISS) and others discuss and listen to his newest release.
Read more about the art of hip hop from staff writer Sarah Haderbache on Monday.
PlayMakers – Breaking History: Peace and War in America
Paul Green Theatre
Co-director of “The Making of A King” Joe Haj and peace war and defense chair Wayne Lee lead a panel discussing the themes of war.
Paul Green Theater
Tickets are $10 and up
The latter half of this epic journey explores former Price Hal’s exploits as King Henry V.
Assistant Arts editor Katherine Proctor prepared and saw shows; staff writer Grace Tatter explores epic history of the Henry’s; Arts Editor Katelyn Trela looks at the reputation the company has built on epic theater.