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UNC Process Series Read a New Translation of Ramón Griffero’s Your Desires in Fragments

It is a truism that “the audience is part of the event,” that our engagement with the production adds to and actually serves to morph the product. This is particularly true with events such as the Oct. 14th and 15th staged reading of Chilean playwright Ramón Griffero’s Your Desires in Fragments, translated by Adam Versényi… Read More ›

The Process Series presented "The New Generation Project: Contemporizing the African-American Art Song and Arranged Negro Spiritual" by Louise Toppin (left) and Marquita Lister on Sept. 4-6 in the Kenan Music Building at UNC-Chapel Hill

UNC Process Series’ “New Generation Project” Makes the African-American Art Song Contemporary

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Process Series, which strives to “illuminate the ways in which artistic ideas take form,” opened its 2014-15 season on Sept. 4-6 with The New Generation Project: Contemporizing the African-American Art Song and Arranged Negro Spiritual, which opened up the African-American art song and arranged Negro spiritual to… Read More ›

SITI Company of New York City will present a FREE performance of its latest performance piece, "Who Do You Think You Are," at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, May 18th, in Frey Rehearsal Hall in UNC-Chapel Hill's Center for Dramatic Art

SITI Company Will Present “Who Do You Think You Are,” a Work-in-Progress, for Free May 18th at UNC

PlayMakers Repertory Company is hosting the SITI Company of New York City, which will present a FREE performance of its new work-in-progress, entitled “Who Do You Think You Are,” at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, May 18th, in Frey Rehearsal Hall in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Center for Dramatic Art. (Note: Although admission is free, the space is small, and e-mailing PRCresidencies@gmail.com to reserve seats is highly recommended.)