The Transactors Improv Company will host its 30th-Anniversary Reunion Show Friday, bringing together current members, past members and even founding members who have been with the group since 1983.
UNC English professor and author of “Big Fish” Daniel Wallace just published his newest novel, “The Kings and Queens of Roam,” which follows the story of two sisters who live in a mythical town and who are polar opposites of each other.
It is a history of conspiracy theories, controversy and artistic evolution. Since its 1913 premiere in Paris, Vaslav Nijinsky and Igor Stravinsky’s “The Rite of Spring” has been celebrated as a musical landmark of the 20th century.
When he first started working on “The Bacchae,” Chris McMahon wanted his actors to be completely naked.
In the span of a week, the music of Senegal, European youth and some of America’s finest jazz musicians will grace the stage of Memorial Hall.
Growing up in China, Ningyan Yi harbored an interest in American folk music. So when she received a fellowship from the China Scholarship Council, she decided to use it to study with professors in UNC’s music department.
Shana Moulton has an alter ego named Cynthia, an agoraphobic hypochondriac who lives in her own virtual environment.
On Josh Ferguson’s first day on the set of “The Hunger Games” in Concord, he was led to a room in an abandoned cigarette factory, handed a pair of tighty whities and told that most of his hair would be cut off.
Broadway fabric painter Margaret Peot will lead an interactive workshop tomorrow on how she became a thriving artist and how others can as well. Staff writer Kathryn Muller spoke with Peot about her career and her new book, “The Successful Artist’s Career Guide.”
The Grammy- and Pulitzer Prize-winning musician will play a concert tomorrow night.
Grammy Award-winning jazz bassist Christian McBride will return to UNC tomorrow night as part of the 35th annual Carolina Jazz Festival.
The UNC Symphony Orchestra will play a benefit concert tonight.
Two years later, the CHAT festival returns to the Triangle with various media presentations.
Staff writer Kathryn Muller reviews the latest production of PlayMakers Repertory Company’s PRC2 Series, “No Child…”.
LAB! Theatre’s “Uncommon Women and Others” tells a unique story of feminism in the 1970s.
The newly founded student organization will hold a poetry slam tonight in Bull’s Head Bookshop.
Paul Hills will lecture in the Hanes Art Center tonight on clothing and drapery in the paintings of Renaissance artist Lorenzo Lotto.
Palestinian filmmaker Annemarie Jacir visited UNC on Wednesday to discuss her films and her career. She will visit Duke University tonight to screen her feature film “Salt of this Sea” and answer questions.