by Katori Hall Olivier Award-Winner: Best New Play Regional Premiere APRIL 3, 1968. MEMPHIS. DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. AT THE LORRAINE MOTEL. A new play acclaimed from London to Broadway. Spend a historic night with Civil Rights icon Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., as a visitation from a mysterious woman leads him to confront [...]Find out more »
Visit the North Carolina Opera Thursday and Saturday at 8 or Sunday at 3 for Mozart’s hilarious “Così fan tutte” in the Fletcher Opera Theater.Find out more »
In 1989, playwright, actor, and activist Safdar Hashmi was fatally attacked by political thugs while performing a street play outside of Delhi. His death led to the founding of Sahmat, a vital platform for contemporary art in India that defends freedom of expression and battles intolerance within the country’s often divisive political landscape. Through a [...]Find out more »
A “Dance Concert for Shelter Animals” will be held on Friday, October 4, at the Haw River Ballroom in Saxapahaw, NC, to raise awareness for euthanasia of sheltered animals. The event is sponsored by the Goathouse Refuge for cats in Pittsboro and other rescue and animal-welfare partners.
Doors to the concert open at 7 p.m., with music starting at 8 p.m. Admission is by voluntary donation.Find out more »
Lee Craig, Alumni Distinguished Professor at NC State University, has written a definitive “no holds barred” biography of political powerhouse, Josephus Daniels. Daniels was a very complicated politician who rose to power in North Carolina and influenced twentieth century politics.Find out more »
Come support your community and local refugee farmers as we launch our first Farmers Market! Farmers will offer their own fresh, locally-grown American and Southeast Asian produce. We will accept SNAP benefits and provide .50 for every dollar spent using your EBT card. Transplanting Traditions Community Farm is a non-profit educational farm that trains refugees [...]Find out more »
Friday’s Author Event at McIntyre’s Books is a showing of a documentary by Elisabeth Haviland James. “In So Many Words” follows Lucy Daniels’ life from living in mental institutions suffering from anorexia through to her current career as a psychologist.Find out more »
Our Zumba instructors will be hosting two hours of dancing fun in our gym, with proceeds benefiting the Y We Build People Campaign. We’ll have raffle prizes, contests, even light refreshments. Plus, you’ll get plenty of fun exercise. So get ready for fun! Child Watch is available free of charge for kids 11 and under. [...]Find out more »
The Greater Chapel Hill Association of Realtors is hosting The Royal Ball for the benefit of Family Violence and Domestic Abuse Victims.
Cocktails begin at 6:30 followed by a silent auction, dinner and dancing.
Tickets are $100; call 919-929-4032 for ticket purchases. More information is available at the event website.Find out more »
Come see a concert under the stars at the Forest Theatre in Chapel Hill on October 4th. Featuring acts are Judah and The Lion, Delta Son and Look Homeward – tickets are $8, children 12 and under FREE (must be accompanied by adult). Doors open at 7pm, show starts 7:30pm. To purchase tickets: http://www.itickets.com/events/313653/Chapel_Hill_NC/Love_Live.html Visit the band [...]Find out more »
Richard Wall, the Chapel Hill-based musical director and singing coach, presents two free benefit performances featuring the state’s finest artists singing and swinging for a great cause. Free and open to the public, (donations accepted and encouraged!) the performances will benefit Equality NC, a statewide agency dedicated to securing equal rights and justice for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) North Carolinians.Find out more »