Entering its 40th year, The ArtsCenter in Carrboro will offer a concert series for the first half of 2014 dazzling in its scope and ambition, according to Executive Director Art Menius. The ArtsCenter, which was producing less than thirty concerts annually as recently as 2012, will present at least 42 concerts during the first six… Read More ›
Jewish Soldiers in Blue & Gray, 86 minutes, not rated Free film screening of Jewish Soldiers in Blue & Gray at The ArtsCenter, October 26 at 4:00pm. The 86-minute documentary will be followed by a panel discussion lead by Robert Marcus, Civil War Historian, and Leonard Rogoff, Southern Jewish Scholar. The ArtsCenter is located at… Read More ›
16 N.C. Dramatists Will Vie for Bragging Rights and $100 in The ArtsCenter’s “10th Annual PlaySlam!”
Starting at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 17th, 16 North Carolina playwrights will complete for bragging rights and a $100 prize in The ArtsCenter‘s “10th Annual PlaySlam!,” produced by ArtsCenter Stage in collaboration with the Playwrights Roundtable. This year’s participants include Paul Baerman, Deborah Barrett, Jack Berry, Mark Cornell, Danielle Fenton, Bill Garrity, Debra Kaufman, Mario Kersey, Richard Krawiec, Scott Larson, Jesse Lowe, John Paul Middlesworth, Renee Nixon, Amber Noel, Eric Weil, and Ken Wolpert.
The ArtsCenter is excited to host local favorites, Rags To Riches Theatre for Young Audiences, in their performance of The Frog Prince on Saturday, June 26 at 11 a.m. Famous for providing their own spin on classic tales, Rags To Riches will not disappoint audiences with this energetic and interactive performance. Perfect for children in… Read More ›
A story of infinite whimsy and magic, Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl is a play for sighing and crying, singing out loud and dancing with abandon. It’s a contemporary telling of the Orpheus and Eurydice myth…but this time it is from Eurydice’s point of view.