For the first time in its 35 year history, PlayMakers Repertory Company presents a play by 20th century master, August Wilson. Check out some photos from “Fences,” the company’s charged and highly moving production, on stage through Nov. 14. All photos courtesy PlayMakers Repertory Company / Jon Gardiner.
The Third Annual Hillsborough Handmade Parade took place on Saturday. The parade was presented by the Hillsborough Arts Council. Anyone with a costume or a homemade puppet could participate in the parade. The procession marched through downtown Hillsborough, down Churton street and ended at the Burwell School Historic Site with live music and food. Groups participating in the event included The Magic of African Rhythms and The Paperhand Puppet Intervention, as well as local residents and kids from local elementary schools.
The 2010 edition of Late Night With Roy was held at the Dean E. Smith Center on Friday, October 15. The night included introductions to the 2010-11 men’s and women’s UNC basketball teams, skits and dances featuring the coaches and team members, and scrimmages by both teams.
Members of the Chae Hyang Soon Dance Company perform in the opening dance of Tuesday night’s performance, “Dynamic Korea: Dance and Song” at Memorial Hall. This pictured dance, Chaech’onmu, or Choson Court Dance included slow and graceful movements that glided across the stage. The traditional classic dances found in the performance have been passed down from generation to generation.
William Shakespeare’s comedic masterpiece “As You Like It” opened Sept. 22 in the Paul Green Theatre as the first mainstage production at PlayMakers Repertory Company. The show, a classic of mistaken identities and mixed up romances, runs until Oct. 10.