Tag: Chapel Hill
The Rite Aid Foundation announced today a $15,000 grant to Voices Together, which is based in Chapel Hill, N.C., and uses specialized music therapy to help children with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The grant will be used to expand the nonprofit organization’s programming to three more classrooms, helping between 35 and 40 more students in… Read More ›
MUSEUM PRESENTS NEW, FREE VIDEO SERIES The N.C. Museum of History in Raleigh presents the new video series North Carolina, Long Story Shorts. Entertaining and educational, the free programs are available in an on-demand streaming video format at www.ncmuseumofhistory.org. Under the “Education” link, just click “Videos on Demand,” register and watch history unfold. The videos… Read More ›
You don’t have to live near the Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts or Durham Performing Arts Center to see great shows. Bob Morrow, publisher of Triangle Arts and Entertainment, points the way to fun theater and great performances in and around the Triangle. For a line up of other great shows to catch,… Read More ›
Open captioning lets the audience read along with the play. A screen is visible to the audience, which displays the text of the play as the actors are speaking it. A professional open captioning operator is in the audience, watching the show and scrolling through the text, keeping up with the action on stage.
We’re thrilled to announce our exciting 2011-2012 season!
Season subscriptions are also on sale now!