3/22/2012 8:00pm

	Sophomore Ali Evarts stands in front of the new Kenneth P. Strong Gallery, in honor of professor Strong, who died of cancer in 2010.

Kenneth P. Strong Gallery opens after 6 years of planning

A new gallery in the Center for Dramatic Art was a long time coming. After six years of planning, UNC’s dramatic arts students will celebrate the completion of the Kenneth P. Strong Gallery on Friday — located between the Paul Green Theatre and Kenan Theatre in the Center for Dramatic Arts. This gallery commemorates the University’s undergraduate drama department — the second oldest in the nation.

2/12/2012 8:56pm

Q&A with Chris Hedges

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges has reported on war from more than 50 countries. But at a PlayMakers Repertory Company community forum tonight, his focus will be the battlefields of 15th-century England.

2/2/2012 11:08pm

A drinking game worthy of a king

PlayMakers’ “The Making of a King” consists of three of Shakespeare’s history plays and has a total running time of six hours. Here follows a plan that might be useful for the theatrical marathon.

1/10/2012 3:22pm


Q&A with Nilaja Sun

Since 2007, Nilaja Sun has traveled around the country performing her one-woman show “No Child…,” the title of which refers to the No Child Left Behind act, which turned ten this week. The play is being performed this weekend as part of PlayMakers Repertory Company’s PRC2 series.

11/28/2011 7:44pm

UNC theater graduate, Estes Tarver, in the spotlight

His colleagues agree that Estes Tarver deserves a standing ovation. While staging his acting career amidst greats like Oscar-winner Colin Firth and writing quirkily murderous characters, Tarver still manages to participate in local theater.