Experience the magic of ballet and the holidays this weekend at Memorial Hall.
The second annual CineMASH film festival will screen seven culturally relevant and thought-provoking films on Nov. 18 from 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the Great Hall.
Learn the origins of popular Halloween creatures through rare, spooky books in Wilson Library, hosted by Society for the Study of Incunabula, Manuscripts and Rare Books.
The production honors former UNC student Lillian Chason.
In celebration of the life of founding member and lead saxophonist Phil Bushnell, The Triangle Jazz Orchestra will be hosting a Big Band Night in partnership with The ArtsCenter in Carrboro on Oct. 10.
Minimalism meets Macbeth: The Shakespeare classic is making its way through the Triangle with a van, three black boxes, and a cast of only five members.
The North Carolina Botanical Garden will host a screening of "A Plastic Ocean," a documentary about the harmful impact of plastics on the Earth, at the Forest Theatre on Thursday.
The Retro Film Series brings classic films, 20 years or older, back to the big screen in a double feature screening every Friday night. Jim Carl, the theatre's director of film programming, said they show movies from multiple genres, such as horror, sci-fi, action, adventure, comedy and foreign films.