Though the musicians at the Carrboro ArtsCenter’s Songwriters’ Circle may not sit around and sing Kumbaya, they are still offered a relaxed, supportive and collaborative vibe at the meetings every other Monday.
Chapel Hill-based Deep Dish Theater Company is collaborating with the Town of Cary for its production of “Next to Normal,” a modern musical that shocks its audiences — and characters.
Yodels, transatlantic hip-hop and the Southern sounds of the banjo will fill the FedEx Global Education Center Friday and Saturday.
“Once upon a time, freedom used to be life — now it’s money. I guess the world really do change,” proclaims Mama, portrayed by Kathryn Hunter-Williams.
The Carrboro Modern Dance Company opens its doors to both experienced dancers and novices alike.
Celebrated memoirist and poet Mary Karr will visit UNC as the 2013 Distinguished Writer-in-Residence this spring.
The push for the creation of a dance minor at UNC is steadily gaining ground — and could be available to students as early as the 2014-15 school year.
Playwrights, actors and performance artists put their talents — and speed — to the test monthly at The ArtsCenter in Carrboro.
A new UNC scholarship is bringing museums across the Triangle closer together.
“The Zombie/Creature Double Horror Feature” will screen two independent horror films, “One Last Sunset” and “In The Devil’s Courthouse,” Friday at the Varsity Theatre.
Erlin A. Geffrard, also known as the Kreyola Kid, is a multimedia and hip-hop artist whose work often deals with racism, diversity, sexuality and environmental issues. He will be performing and displaying his visual art along with a multimedia installation today at 7 p.m. at Smash Studios on Franklin Street.
David Mandelbaum, artistic director of the New Yiddish Rep Theater company, adapted “Yosl Rakover Speaks to G-d” into a one man show, in which he stars. Staff Writer Mary Feddeman spoke with Mandelbaum about his inspiration for the show and what he hopes people will take from his performance of it Sunday.
With Easter egg season just around the corner, Southern Season will hold a book signing Saturday for Debbie Moose’s first book “Deviled Eggs: 50 Recipes from Simple to Sassy.”