“You know, I've never seen a Black woman play Mark Antony,” said Tia James, who is playing that role in Andrew Borba's upcoming production of "Julius Caesar." “So, I think by switching it up, changing it up some time, we can break down this box that we not only put Shakespeare in, but that we put people in or that we put life in," James said. "Julius Caesar" will run at PlayMakers Repertory Company from March 4 through March 22.
"I don't think people have seen anything like it," Klein said. "And I think it's surprising and delightful, and unusual and thought-provoking and kind of beautifully mundane."
Warn Your Relatives star, Hari Kondabolu makes his return to the RTP as a part of his 2020 tour with Liz Miele on Feb.19.
"I know there are some spiritual things in his dances, but also the movement is so beautiful and strong that I think anyone would be drawn to it."
UNC Bhangra Elite will be hosting their annual spring showcase that will feature other UNC talent groups, as well as Indian dance groups from NC State and Duke and the event will donate some of the proceeds to the India chapter of Save the Children.
The Who Runs the Hill Artist Showcase will be held Jan. 30 at 8:30 p.m, where local artists will perform and uplift one another within the Chapel Hill community.
Over 100 artists applied to join Hillsborough Gallery of Arts' new gallery, Resolutions 2020. The 36 winning artists' work, ranging from paintings to brick sculptures, will be on display until Jan. 25.
This series encourages viewers not just to watch movies, but share, discuss and react to some of the greatest cinematic contributions of the modern era.
Samantha Crain, a Choctaw singer and songwriter, will perform at the Nasher Museum of Art on Jan. 9 to shed light on Native American music.
Two musical groups are coming together to form a condcutorless band. The band will perform Nov. 19 at 8 p.m in Kenan Rehearsal Hall. The performance allows students to watch band members create music in harmony without formalized control.