Come the end of night, the band eventually unbuttoned their shirts. I definitely wanted to unbutton my clothes (metaphorically because I was wearing long-sleeves), but for different reasons — especially when Melo went solo on the piano toward the end of the show.
It all started when Raleigh native Zenaida Stewart, otherwise known as ZenSoFly, received a message from her Facebook friend in January 2017: “Enter this.”
“Some of the things (Maya Angelou) writes about, I have gone through,” Diane Faison said. “And if you live long enough, most of us have gone through — women, that is.”
In the middle of the hall, Room 201 awaits to channel the excitement that brews in the air. This is the moment these students have been waiting for — this weekend’s production of Arthur Miller's “A View From The Bridge.”
Hollywood producer Glendon Palmer, known for producing movies like "Southside with You" gave UNC students helpful advice about being on both the stage and the screen.
UNC graduate Jessica Jones created the series "Artists Are...," which is made up of monthly discussions hosted at The Carrack in Durham. This month, the theme is "Artists Are... Taxpayers." Staff writer Hannah Lee talked with Jones about how the series aims to empower artists economically and personally.
“The power of this movement allows us to celebrate now, but also allows us to progress the movement at the same time. It’s a crucial event, but it’s also going to be a lot of fun," C.N.O.T.E. co-founder Chantin Daniels said.
The cast of Company Carolina's "A View from the Bridge" rehearses in Bingham Hall.