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With summer around the corner, “OUT at the Movies” gets into the seasonal spirit with the award-winning romantic drama You Are My Sunshine, which will be screened at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 28 at ACE Theatre Complex, located on the main campus of the University of North Carolina School of the…

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Camel City Playhouse proudly presents A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams. The passionate story of a troubled southern Belle Blanche Dubois visiting her sister Stella and in a crowded and boisterous corner of Nee Orleans. Her delusions of grandeur bring her into conflict with Stel…

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The University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA) scored big at the Annual Artpreneur Awards, with five graduating students and 10 UNCSA alumni reaping rewards. The UNCSA Artpreneur Initiative was established in 2017, providing graduating college students and alumni an opportunity …

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The 2022 RiverRun International Film Festival opens this week, and four authors will be appearing in conjunction with special screenings. “RiverRun has spotlighted authors several times at both the festival and our ‘RiverRun Retro’ programs,” said Rob Davis, executive director of the festiva…

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There are those who would say the 2022 RiverRun International Film Festival is a rebirth or a resurrection, but that’s an overstatement, because RiverRun never went anywhere. True, the 2020 festival had to be canceled due to the COVID pandemic, but the festival responded by offering virtual …

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Winston-Salem’s a/perture cinema has bestowed its first a/ward to Jeffrey “Smitty” Smith for his contribution to Winston-Salem, downtown, and the arts community through his long-running “Smitty’s Notes,” which marks its 25th anniversary this year.

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Inspired by the real-life Mother of the Blues, Gertrude “Ma” Rainey, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom by Pulitzer Prize-Winning playwright, August Wilson takes place in Chicago in 1927 over a single day of making music, making jokes, and making deals. A young, ambitious horn player named Levee arriv…

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Once upon a time, there were only three TV channels to watch, and in the late 1970’s, no show was bigger than “Laverne & Shirley,” a sitcom starring Cindy Williams and Penny Marshall as roommates who worked at a Milwaukee beer factory. The series was a spin-off from a “Happy Days” episod…

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The Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts is wrapping up its inaugural Broadway season with one of the biggest plays that has hit Broadway in the last decade. HAMILTON is slated to take over the Tanger Center, located at 300 N. Elm St. in Greensboro, from April 6-24, 2022, except Mond…

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Greensboro, NC — On April 9, 2022, the hit gospel musical Crowns returns to the Barn Dinner Theatre stage. In this moving production, a troubled teen is sent south to recover where she is introduced by her grandmother to her friends, the "hat queens". These women take the teen on a musical j…

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WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA. Outside the door of a small rehearsal space in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, you can hear the voices of the community coming together in one spectacular production of Children of Eden. The show is getting ready to perform April 1-3 at The Southeastern Center f…

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Creative Greensboro has selected eight new short plays to be a part of its An Evening of Short Plays event, each written by a member of the Greensboro Playwrights Forum, for its 40th season.