The T-birds and the Pink Ladies are coming back to school. Starting tonight, senior Michael McWaters and UNC’s Pauper Players will bring their own flair to the iconic musical, “Grease.”
Trent will be on campus today to screen “The Panama Deception,” her Oscar-winning 1992 film that looks at the media’s role in the 1989 U.S. invasion of Panama.
Orgasms, birth and menstruation feature prominently in Company Carolina’s current production. Tony Award-winning playwright Eve Ensler’s play, “The Vagina Monologues,” will return to campus after more than a decade of yearly performances at UNC.
John May began his dramatic career as a playwright. An exchange student from Glasgow, Scotland, May’s first play, “The Room,” won the 2008 Barclays Young Writers Award.
Tickets for the upcoming Jeff Mangum concert in Memorial Hall were gone within hours.
It took a while for Carolina Union Activities Board to warm up this semester. The organization’s events have sparked controversy among the student body.
Eight women and zero men comprise the cast of LAB! Theatre’s most recent main stage production.
Tony Perucci, a UNC performance studies professor, is directing The Performance Collective’s current show, “Eating Animals,” based on the novel of the same name by Jonathan Safran Foer.
Irish accents and wordplay will begin a four-day run tonight. Carolina Performing Arts is sponsoring the performance of two of Irish absurdist playwright Samuel Beckett’s pieces, “Watt” and “Endgame.”
Bland Simpson of the Red Clay Ramblers discusses the band’s dynamic and their upcoming appearance at the PlayMakers Ball.
UNC alumni will host a charity fashion show at the Greensboro Cultural Center Saturday.
Employees of Summit Consulting in Hillsborough, NC, have united as Salt Bodyne to perform in this Saturday’s Triangle Battle of the Bands.