Month: August 2010
“Quite a collection of misfits,” mutters the drug addict Ajay (John Murphy) toward the end of Deep Dish Theater Company’s current presentation of MI VIDA LOCA; and there really isn’t anything more appropriate that could be said about the characters presented here.
North Carolina Symphony Launches New Season with Free Concert in Raleigh Amphitheater “Pops in the City,” Sept. 12 Raleigh has a new outdoor amphitheater, and the North Carolina Symphony will be there this September to help break it in. The orchestra, led by Maestro William Henry Curry, will wave goodbye to summer and kick off… Read More ›
New Music Raleigh, Raleigh’s most adventurous performing arts group will begin it’s second season on Sunday, September 12th at the Murphy School Theatre (224 Polk St.) with an evening of music that explores textural sonic landscapes ranging from serene to dense and electric. In just one year, New Music Raleigh’s dynamic, classically trained musicians have filled… Read More ›
The Raleigh Chamber Music Guild presents: BROOKLYN RIDER Sunday, Sept. 12, 2010 @ 3:00 pm * Fletcher Theater Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts 2 E. South Street, Raleigh NC 27601 * 2:15 pm–pre-concert talk by Dr. George Gopen, Duke University Professor of Rhetoric and Director of the Durham Chamber Arts Society, followed by a student… Read More ›
Experience Greek traditions and cuisine at the 29th Annual Greek Festival, September 17 – 19, 2010 at The Expo Center, NC State Fairgrounds in Raleigh