To contextualize a 17th century play, the Program in the Humanities has assembled a panel of experts.
Along with a world-renowned conductor, the Mariinsky Orchestra of St. Petersburg will bring its Russian flair to Carolina Performing Arts’ “The Rite of Spring at 100” tonight.
“The Rite of Spring at 100” — CPA’s centennial celebration of Igor Stravinsky and Vaslav Nijinsky’s ballet — merits its own marketing strategy, said Mark Nelson, director of marketing and communications for CPA.
In an era of continuous budget cuts, campus arts organizations have made strides to become more self-sufficient, taking on larger budgets and projects.
The editors of UNC’s newest literary and arts magazine are young by most writers’ standards, but they say that’s where their charm lies.
Banjo enthusiasts, historians and musicians alike are strumming their way to UNC for a banjo jamboree.
PlayMakers Repertory Company will stage nine diverse shows in the 2012-13 season, including the world premiere of an adaptation of “Imaginary Invalid” and a spoken-word piece by hip-hop group Universes.
Carolina Performing Arts will bring nine world premieres and two U.S. premieres from around the globe to the Memorial Hall stage in its 2012-2013 season.
All students should be aware of the different forms of oppression that happen around us and the different levels that they happen at.
Sophomore Jordan Imbrey had a name for a character — or three. “The Final Resting Place of Smick Bumley” tells the story of a son, a father and a grandfather — all named Smick Oliver Bumley.
Before Hollywood stars walk the red carpet for the Oscars tonight, middle-school stars walked the red carpet at Varsity Theater this afternoon. The students were participants in “The Matinee Scholars,” a program created by UNC screenwriting professor Stephen Neigher.
Returning to UNC, New York’s Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater brings energy and pure talent to the Memorial Hall stage.
The week after Valentine’s Day is a perfect time for discount candy and local arts. Now that we think about it, anytime is perfect for discount candy and local arts.
The clothing store will host a trunk show showcasing the Troubadour clothing line of Lindsey Carter, a 2000 UNC alumna.
Brothers Stephen and Wayne Miltz, both UNC alumni, released a book at the beginning of September based on their website crazythingsparentstext.com. The book focuses on the “seven stages of textual maturity.”