For over 25 years, Cely and Bill Chicurel have been working to bring the joy of arts and crafts to children of all ages.
Larry Platt is a nationally renowned author of four books and editor of The Philadelphia Citizen whose work has appeared in various publications, including GQ Magazine and The New York Times Magazine. He recently co-authored the memoir,“Every Day I Fight,”of sports broadcasting legend Stuart Scott, who died in January.
From concerts by electronic musicians to audio engineer instillations, Moogfest has helped create a music scene unlike any other.
Over 100 excited students and faculty members gathered at the Hanes Art Center last night to hear from the organization’s latest visiting artist – who also happens to be a UNC alumnus.
A sense of mystery, mirth and magic consumed Paul Green Theatre Thursday night as PlayMakers Repertory Company’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” took the audience on a journey through Shakespearean comedy.
For the first time ever, the Carolina Union Activities Board hosted two Homecoming concerts this year — but the new system may not stick around to see a second year.
The design of PlayMakers' latest undertaking is not immaterial.
In the wake of UNC athletic scandals and the recent release of Kenneth Wainstein’s report, “Priceless Gem: An Athlete Story” not only captures many ongoing arguments about academics, but manages to give a spirited voice to the students feeling the repercussions.
Chances are most published cookbooks will tell readers something about preparing food. Not all of them will tell readers to “eat like you give a f*ck.”
Despite its eye-catching architecture and the various rumors surrounding its history, Forest Theatre might still be the best kept secret on UNC’s campus.
Company Carolina's "The Drowsy Chaperone" 4 1/2 Stars It is rare for musicals to break the fourth wall for anything more than a quick gag or jarring joke. However, Company Carolina managed...
The crowd roared, the amps hummed and an age-old rivalry took on musical life in a sea of parkas and Blue Cups...
From shows created by UNC students to full scale Broadway style musicals, Chapel Hill’s theater companies are ushering in the spring season with an assortment of...
???? In an aesthetic blend of cheery melody and grim motifs, Pauper Players' “Carrie: The Musical” brought a darkly, high-camp loo...
????The dynamic staging and seamless flow of Kenan Theatre Company’s “Failure: A Love Story,” was matched...
Throughout the fall semester, Canvas will follow several of UNC’s student a cappella groups, looking and listening to what makes each unique. In this second installment of the series, staff writer Robert McNeely looked at the devoted sisterhood of Cadence.
????PlayMakers Repertory Company’s “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” delivered high hilarity and flamboyant theatrics, officially opening the company’s main stage season with belly laughs and a standing ovation.
Combining captivating portrayals of various characters with the pulse of beat poetry, PlayMakers’ one man show, "Rodney King",
PRC2's "Hold These Truths"Thursday, 7:30 p.m.????1/2Jeanne Sakata’s one man show “Hold These Truths” presents an immensely powerful look into the American struggle for racial equality and justice, and is closing out PRC2’s 2013-14 season with standing ovations.