// Feb 9, 2015
What better way to learn more about a performance than from the artists themselves? Below are two excerpts from composer Aleksandra Vrebalov, and filmmaker Bill Morrison. Learn more on the Beyond Zero project site.
Unlike official histories, that have often romanticized and glorified the war,… Read More >
// Dec 12,2014
Carolina Performing Arts is seeking four male actors aged 18-25 who would be interested and available to perform small roles within our Dunsinane production with the National Theatre of Scotland.
– some dance/movement and or stage combat/fencing experience (preferably… Read More >
// Dec 1,2014
While you may be familiar with the charming National Theatre of Scotland after their two previous visits to Chapel Hill, you may not know all the details about their thrilling production arriving in January. Save these Dunsinane Fun Facts for some extra context, or to get your friends excited… Read More >
// Nov 11,2014
Between 1914 and 1918, the battlefields of Europe forever changed a generation of artists. Modernist abstraction was refigured in the trenches, musical languages recast on the Western front. Nearly every prominent composer, writer, and artist of the era took part in World War I, a conflict that… Read More >
// Oct 30,2014
Arriving in Chapel Hill on November 6 & 7 is a performance that I have been looking forward to since its conception.
The 20th century English composer Benjamin Britten wrote Curlew River after watching a Noh theatre performance in Japan. Unmistakable in the music of Curlew River… Read More >