Margaret Severin-Hansen and Gabor Kapin in Giselle When I watched the movie Casablanca for the first time I found I already had some familiarity with many iconic lines and scenes. Giselle may be the Casablanca of ballets. The romantic era ballet contains many of the images that have come to represent ballet, giving it an [...]
- “Sister Act” Makes a Flawless Transition from Film to Stage in DPAC’s Charming Production
- Teens Successfully Tackle Tough Issues in Studio A’s “Twelve Angry Men”
- Unlike the 1992 Film, “Sister Act: A Divine Musical Comedy” Is Set in Philadelphia in the 1970s
- Harnett Regional Theatre’s Production of “Seussical” Is Delightful (And Surprisingly Deep)
One of the lies that we all tell ourselves is that there will always be time — to mend broken relationships, to tell the people who love us that we love them right back, to say goodbye to old friends battling serious illnesses. Sometimes, we wait too long. Like many of his friends, I knew [...]
- 2013 AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL
- John Cloyd Miller (Red June) Wins MerleFest’s Chris Austin Songwriting Contest; “Cloud of Dust” Places #1 in Bluegrass Category
- Clay Aiken and Beth Leavel Will Star in NCT’s Production of “The Drowsy Chaperone” on May 7-12
- Artsplosure Announces Lineup for 34th Annual Raleigh Arts Festival
Youth classes begin June 17 and Adult classes start May 20. Spots are limited.
- The Legacy of Freedom Symposium Complements Exhibit
- FREE Download of “Prohibition Rose” by Ashleigh Flynn from A Million Stars from A Million Stars – Due Out May 14, 2013
- Tickets for the 2013 American Dance Festival Available May 13th.
- Concert Event Raises $852,722 for Band Together Partnership with Tammy Lynn Center
Like baseball legend Jackie Robinson, whose story is told in the movie “42,” North Carolina’s Walter F. “Buck” Leonard was an outstanding athlete. Leonard played baseball in the Negro National League during the 1930s and 1940s, when segregation barred African American players from major and minor leagues. The Rocky Mount native helped pave the way [...]
A big budget, special effects action bonanza, J.J. Abrams’s 2009 reboot of “Star Trek” accomplished what no other “Trek” film has done before. A massive success, it was a game changer for the series, transporting “Star Trek” from something only for fanboys into the mainstream. Suddenly it was cool to like “Star Trek.” By eschewing [...]
At a time when the literary community has seen a resurgence of interest and respect for all things gothic, For When the Veil Drops, a newly published anthology of short fiction by West Pigeon Press is a rather refreshing read.
Four Local Bands aim to be the “Last Band Standing” on March 2 Band Together’s 3rd annual “battle of the bands” event to benefit Tammy Lynn Center Raleigh, N.C. (Jan. 31, 2013) — Four of the best NC-based bands are slated to go head-to-head in the Triangle’s most energetic and philanthropic music battle. Band [...]
If you live in Raleigh and want to try some fresh and wonderful food based on Venezuelan cuisine, head on over to Guasaca, which recently opened off of Lake Boone Trail, right down from Rex Hospital. Believe me; you’ll be glad you did! According to Guasaca’s website, the restaurant was “born out of the belief [...]
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- SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES: The Cinema, Inc. Offers 12 Classic Films for Just $20, Starting Sept. 9th
- Triangle Arts & Entertainment Free-Film List
- LIONSGATE’S THE HUNGER GAMES: THE IMAX EXPERIENCE OPENS MARCH 23 AT MARBLES IMAX
- Triangle Arts and Entertainment is media sponsor for First Night Raleigh’s French film festival
One of the questions we ask brewers when we do our NC Beer Buzz episodes is their opinion on the growing craft beer industry in North Carolina. In May of 2012, there were a little over 50 craft breweries listed in the state where now there are over 80 active breweries and a total of [...]
SuperFun Show: The True Story of the Three Little Pigs presented by Tarradiddle Players at The ArtsCenter on May 18th! (0)You know the story: Three pigs build houses; the one who builds his out of brick doesn’t get eaten by the Big Bad Wolf and lives to tell the tale. But, is that the whole truth or just porcine propaganda?
North Carolina Symphony Celebrates “Rite of Spring” Centennial With Performances in Raleigh and Chapel Hill, May 16-18, 2013 Music Director Grant Llewellyn will lead the North Carolina Symphony in the finale of the orchestra’s 80thAnniversary Season as he conducts Igor Stravinsky’s masterpiece The Rite of Spring, along with Stravinsky’s Fireworks, Op. 4, and works by Claude Debussy and ...