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“Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” Dazzles at DPAC

After 15 years of performances pleasing more than 35 million people in 21 countries, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast arrived back at the Durham Performing Arts Center on Tuesday, Oct. 8th, to enchant current fans and entrance new ones. The show’s sellout engagement in 2010 will certainly be repeated during the run of the dazzling… Read More ›

“Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” Offers Escapism at Its Finest

Every person, no matter what age, can stand a little magic in his or her life, and Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” onstage now at DPAC, provides it in droves. Anyone who has seen the classic 1991 animated feature film of the same name will recognize the lively cast of characters—beautiful, free-spirited Belle (Hilary Maiberger)… Read More ›

The enchanted objects of "Disney's Beauty and the Beast" help make the show some enchanted evening (photo by Joan Marcus)

“Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” Returns to the Durham Performing Arts Center on Oct. 8-13

The Durham Performing Arts Center is bringing back Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, based on the 1991 Disney animated film, on Oct. 8-13 as a “Broadway Encore Special.” (Columbia, MD-based NETworks Presentations, LLC’s new-and-improved version of the 1994 Broadway musical began its current tour in February 2010 and first played DPAC on June 8-13, 2010.)… Read More ›

New ballet is a joyous end to Carolina Ballet’s season

Carolina Ballet ended its 14th season with two original ballets by artistic director Dr. Robert Weiss. Beauty and the Beast was the opener, and went on a little too long. But it proved to be worth the wait for Weiss’s world premiere of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9. Beauty, danced by Margaret Severin-Hansen, was the youngest… Read More ›

Lilyan Vigo, Gabor Kapin and Company in Carolina Ballet's A Midsummer Night's Dream; Choreography by George Balanchine (c) The George Balanchine Trust; Photo by Russ Howe


Carolina Ballet is pleased to announce the line-up of programs for the company’s 2011-2012 season, offering many new works for the Triangle audience. Once again there will be seven programs from September 2011 to May 2012 – plus the annual Nutcracker.