Patrick Robinson decided to quit writing plays and pursue his interest in rap music after a year in which he was not cast in any productions.
Beethoven’s 19th century classical and romantic music is coming to Memorial Hall. The Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique, an acclaimed orchestra from the United Kingdom, specializes in playing Beethoven exactly the way it was composed, played and heard in the 19th century before the composer became deaf.
Mike Wiley, a UNC graduate, is directing the world professional premiere of “The Parchman Hour,” which he wrote about the Freedom Riders of the 1960s.
UNC professor, Stefan Litwin, will perform with the Bremen philharmonic during their only stop in the US
Stefan Litwin is one of American Airlines’ best flyers. The UNC professor commutes every few weeks between Berlin, Germany, and Chapel Hill.
In an era of social networks and constant communication, it’s necessary to be able to socialize. With this idea, Yasmine White founded Voices Together, a program which utilizes music therapy to aid adults and children of all ages with disabilities.
Film festivals are like circuses. Every prestigious gathering of independent or commercial filmmakers behaves, in Deirdre Haj’s mind, like a circus animal.
North Carolina folk and bluegrass favorites, The Red Clay Ramblers, are hitting the stage starting this week in PlayMakers Repertory Company’s new production of “Big River.” The musical, the company’s first in more than 10 years, adds music and song to Mark Twain’s classic novel, “The Adventures of Huckelberry Finn.”
Staff writer Nidhi Singh chatted with Virginia Tech alum Colin Goddard about his gun policies documentary, his experience as a survivor of the 2007 shooting and the message he’s trying to send to his audience. Goddard’s documentary, “Living for 32,” is being screened at the Gillings School of Public Health, Rosenau Hall Auditorium 133. The screening begins at 6:30 p.m. tonight and will last about an hour. Admission is free. Goddard and his parents will be at the screening and will speak briefly afterward.