Several art styles, mediums, materials and people have come together to create FRANK Gallery’s latest show.
Carolina Performing Arts’ Process Series presents its latest installment: a tale of a girl, a boy, a sex change and a cephalopod.
Emily Kennard, a UNC alumna who now works for Trailblazer Studios in Raleigh, is a coordinating producer for the HGTV series “Salvage Dawgs,” which airs tonight. Staff writer David Scarisbrick spoke with Kennard about her time at UNC and The Daily Tar Heel, her TV career and the new show.
The family whose son has “gone to Carolina in his mind” is becoming a permanent facet in the annals of Southern history.
With four actors, four chairs and a keyboard, Company Carolina presents what could be considered the “Inception” of theatrical performances. Tonight, Company Carolina opens its rendition of “[title of show]” — which originally premiered in the New York Musical Theater Festival.
Mary had a little lamb, whose fleece was white with mild depression and undiagnosed bipolar disorder.
Five Carrboro actors are adding drama to politics — more so than usual. “44 Plays for 44 Presidents,” showing at The ArtsCenter through Sunday, brings a dimension of comedy to the U.S. presidency.