1910s - A 24 Decade History of Popular Music - Taylor Mac

JUST ANNOUNCED: The UNC Clef Hangers will be appearing alongside Taylor Mac on the Memorial Hall stage, singing two hit songs from the 1910s as part of this can’t-miss performance.

“Fabulousness can come in many forms, and Taylor Mac seems intent on assuming every one of them.” – The New York Times

The incomparable theater artist Taylor Mac returns to Chapel Hill following his PlayMakers appearance as Cabaret?s emcee. Beloved for his beauty, disarming vulnerability and soaring spirit, his award-winning performances provoke and embrace his diverse audiences. This world premiere performance, commissioned by Carolina Performing Arts, showcases both music from and inspired by the 1910s, as well as searing social commentary on the decade. The piece will culminate in A 24-Hour History of Popular Music, Mac?s most ambitious project to date, which will feature a 24-hour marathon concert celebrating the last 240 years of popular music in America.

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Performance Details

Performance Length: ~100 – 120 minutes

Late Seating Policy: Between songs

Additional Notes: This performance contains strong language and adult content and is recommended for mature audiences.