Fine Arts & Humanities
PlayMakers Repertory Company concludes its main-stage season with Stephen Sondheim’s musical masterpiece “Sweeney Todd,” on stage March 30 through April 23.
Despite fears that higher education in the United States is in decline, CNN host Fareed Zakaria told a packed auditorium at UNC-Chapel Hill that he is extremely optimistic about the future.
Lourdes Diaz-Gonzalez, a communication major with a studio art minor, describes how transferring to UNC has helped her pursue her dreams of dance and more.
Carolina alumni Sandra Davidson, Baxter Miller and Ryan Stancil launched the digital publication, Bit & Grain to tell North Carolina’s stories from mountains to coast.
Trethewey comes to campus as the 2016 Frank B. Hanes Writer-in-Residence. She’ll participate in panel events on March 21 and 23.
A six-day long conference-festival called “Telling Our Stories of Home” will bring together faculty, activists, and performers to workshop, present and engage with feminist discourses of home.
Dynamic plays from three important women playwrights, plus a landmark Arthur Miller drama, a romantic Shakespearean romp and a beloved musical masterpiece, will highlight the 2016-2017 main-stage season from PlayMakers Repertory Company. The new season is the first selected by Vivienne Benesch, PlayMakers’ new producing artistic director.