Latest news for the visual and performing arts in the Triangle.
DPAC is proud to announce its second autism-friendly performance since 2016 with Elf: The Broadway Musical which will take place on Saturday, December 8 at 10 a.m. In an effort to allow all families in the Triangle to enjoy the magic of live theater, this special autism-friendly performance will be presented in a tolerant and… Read More ›
Janet Jackson played Walnut Creek Wednesday. All of us hoping the rain would hold off. At least those without the roof over our heads. This is Janet’s “State of the World” tour but what could have been left out was political messages. We paid for and came to be entertained. Janet came out with The… Read More ›
I have to say Weezer was a good show. I loved the 50’s dinner feel of the stage set and the Happy Days into. Rivers Cuomo starting out in a nerdy cardigan and tie to play Buddy Holly. But he also went through two outfit changes during the show. Playing a mixture of old and… Read More ›
Walnut Creek was packed last night. I have never seen them use the overfill parking before. Evanescence was featured tonight with Lindsey Stirling opening. Both with an orchestra playing behind them. Lindsey Stirling is the 2010 Americas Got Talent dancing “hip hop violinist” who was bounced in the quarter-finals by judge Piers Morgan telling her,… Read More ›
Foreigner played Walnut Creek Amphitheater last night to what I would have to say was a distinguished audience. Kelly Hansen who joined the band in 2005 started out with Long, Long Way from Home. Continuing on with strong vocals and stage presence throughout the show. Mick Jones is the founder and only original member from… Read More ›