DTH: What prompted you to start the Savage Love Live circuit?
It’s a play about Donald, about Rummy, about a former U.S. Defense secretary. But it is not — at least not explicitly — a play about Donald Rumsfeld.
Spike Lee is an Oscar-nominated director, a cutting-edge artist and a vocal supporter of the New York Knicks.
Though showing tonight at Historic Playmakers Theatre, Jared Mezzocchi’s one-man show — “Poppa, God Bless” — isn’t complete. The performance is the second installment of the Process Series, which features performance works that are still in progress.
The Carrboro ArtsCenter is looking to help local musicians, but it will need some help from the community first.
Ashley Gunsteens always knew how she wanted “How I Learned to Drive” to be performed.
LAB! Theatre has packed their season. While last year the student-run company produced seven plays — four of which were joint productions with the Department of Dramatic Art — this season boasts 12 performances.
Al Young is a writer. Delving into poetry and fiction, memoirs and anthologies, even screenplays for the likes of Sidney Poitier and Bill Cosby, Young has been named the 2011 Thomas Wolfe Prize recipient.
Ian Finley, a scriptwriter, was named the 2012 Piedmont Laureate last Thursday by a board of five representing Alamance, Durham, Orange and Wake counties.
The ArtsCenter will host a slam competition for plays in three-minute segments.
Staff writer John Sherman humorously muses on the heavy metal band’s forthcoming album and what it means for the artistic landscape.
Transactors Improv will perform a Halloween-themed show at the Carrboro ArtsCenter tonight.
The Carrboro Music Festival hosted over 130 bands in 25 venues today.