The department of dramatic art announced Tuesday that the script for senior Ben Boecker’s one-act musical, “Spellbound!”, won the Sam Selden Prize for Playwriting.
Audiences who come see “Spellbound!” might be bewitched. The show — the plot of which centers on a witch’s search for the perfect man — was created as a senior thesis project by Ben Boecker for UNC’s music department.
Ben Long and Brittany Spruill won the chance to open for internationally acclaimed comedian Lewis Black, while competing in the Carolina Union Activities Board’s Student Stand-Up Competition.
Audiences in Gerrard Hall this weekend aren’t expected to simply watch, applaud and leave.
The Student Artery has found another home. The student-run gallery’s newest exhibit, “Falling Into Place,” will be housed at the ArtsCenter in Carrboro — free of charge.
Davis Library isn’t just a haven for studying — it’s also a venue for art. Tonight, the library’s gallery will open “From the Cradle to the Cave: 18 Years of North Carolina Poster Art.”
Former UNC associate professor Kimowan Metchewais is a man with both artistic and poetic prowess.
Usually, 2ndFriday Artwalks serve as a night for local galleries to put new works on display. But this Friday featured something more unusual: the wrapping-up of the 3rd Annual Scrapel Hill art exhibit — a “green” initiative dedicated to art made from recycled materials.
The Sacred Arts Tour 2011 will begin wrapping up tonight with an Evening of Tibetan Culture and Performance at the Ackland Art Museum.
Bus passengers might soon find themselves asking questions they wouldn’t normally ask. Today, Capital Area Transit is debuting a series of placards sponsored by members of the Raleigh Arts Commission and the Orange County Arts Commission, as well as Scott Huler, the 2011 Piedmont Laureate.
The Carrboro ArtsCenter will host a live stand-up comedy showcase featuring Eddie Brill of “The Late Show with David Letterman.”
LAB! Theatre will open its main stage season tonight with “The Rimers of Eldritch.”
Phi Mu Alpha’s Midnight Mystery Tour brings a new light to campus attractions.
CHiPS, UNC’s premier sketch-comedy troupe, is presenting its latest round of laughs Friday night in the student union. They’ve even been nominated for a national college comedy award. Check out the group on Friday, and read here for more information on their pending honors.