Month: October 2014
The Mallarmé Chamber Players is pleased to announce it has received a $3,000 grant from the Mary Duke Biddle Foundation. These funds will support the pilot program for a brand-new educational initiative Mallarme Meets the Third Grade (MM3). Arts education is something that every arts organization must consider to ensure future generations of artists and… Read More ›
Dr. Peter Sacco, host of the TV series ‘Niagara’s Most Haunted,’ offers many true, spine-chilling tales from the grave in his book, Paranormal Niagara: Cases of the Mysterious and the Macabre.
Needham Broughton High School’s Theatre Department is staging a unique collaboration with a North Carolina author to raise money for its journey next year to the world renowned Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Broughton Theatre, under the direction of Julie A. Florin, was selected to participate in the 2015 American High School Theatre Festival (AHSTF), which chooses… Read More ›
Halloween offers tons of festive fun, but it does come with hidden fire dangers that can be truly scary.
Temple Theatre artistic director Peggy Taphorn’s adaptation of Bram Stoker’s 1897 horror novel, Dracula, flew off the stage Friday night like a big, blood-hungry vampire, reeking laughter and goose bumps galore. It was a marvelous follow-up to the Carolina Ballet’s magnificent performance of the story the previous week in Raleigh, which continues through next week…. Read More ›