Playwright and UNC professor Howard Craft has presented versions of this one-woman show since 2012. The interactive play shares the story, music and life lessons of Grammy Award nominated musician and civil rights activist, Nina Simone, "a North Carolina treasure," as Craft described her. The show will run from Aug. 21 to Aug. 25.
Company Carolina is preparing to celebrate their 25th anniversary with scenes and songs from some of their favorite performances throughout their time on campus.
“We just know how much Prince is loved by so many and what he represents and wanted to give an opportunity for people to come out and celebrate."
All Day Records in downtown Carrboro will be celebrating Record Store Day on April 13 with live music, DJs and storewide discounts.
The WXYC Thru the Decades Dance will be at Cat's Cradle, the doors will open at 8:30 and the show starts at 9:00. Admission is free.
Students can receive professional advice and mingle with industry experts at the third annual UNC CS Women in Tech Week.
The LAB! Theatre production "lockdown." takes place two years in the future where people have become desensitized to school shootings and tragedy.
Flip phones are making a comeback, with one UNC student describing his experience with owning one as liberating.
Aily Nash has curated two films to show at Morehead Planetarium to make attendees question what art can be and experience art in a different way.
Fearrington Village's Fearrington Folk Art Show will be held on Feb. 23 and Feb. 24. Tickets cost $5, and all sale proceeds benefit the artists directly.