UNC Greensboro

Art 448: Experiments in Art and Social Practice

College of Visual and Performing Arts

Tuesday and Thursday 11-1:45 Meets Downtown at the Greensboro Project Space http://www.greensboroprojectspace.com/ Course Description: This interdisciplinary course explores the social context for creative experimentation. Through “on the ground” research and experiential learning, students will develop projects that stem from their creative practices and directly engage the city of Greensboro. Students … Continued

Triad Stage, UNCG Theatre team for ‘Common Enemy’

UNCG’s The Globe and the Cosmos series is going out with a slam dunk. Triad Stage presents “Common Enemy” June 7-28. Preston Lane, artistic director at Triad Stage and a head of the directors’ program at UNCG Theatre, has taken an Ibsen classic and created a very modern tale set … Continued

Philip Glass, April 14, at UNCG

Philip Glass, one of the most celebrated composers of the modern era, performs with violinist Timothy Fain Tuesday, April 14, at UNCG. The performance begins at 8 p.m. in Aycock Auditorium.

Philip Glass, one of the most celebrated composers of the modern era, performs with violinist Timothy Fain Tuesday, April 14, at UNCG. The performance begins at 8 p.m. in Aycock Auditorium. The concert is part of UNCG’s University Performing Arts Series as well as a highlight of “Globe & Cosmos,” UNCG’s yearlong celebration of … Continued

Evening with actress/singer Molly Ringwald & UNCG Jazz Ensemble

“An Evening with Molly Ringwald” will be offered at UNCG’s Aycock Auditorium on the UNCG campus for one performance only on Friday, April 24, 2015, at 8 p.m.

Award-winning performer Molly Ringwald is probably best known for her roles in the John Hughes’ motion pictures “Sixteen Candles,” “The Breakfast Club” and “Pretty in Pink.” Now she will pair her vocal style with the UNCG Jazz Ensemble I and strings, directed by Chad Eby, in an evening of music … Continued

Enjoy UNCG Music – and Dance – Live Via the Web

UNCG music, theatre, and dance

Enjoying a UNCG Music performance is always a wonderful experience. You can’t get to a particular performance? It may be one of the many that will be live streamed, so you can enjoy it with the click of mouse. What’s more, for the first time, UNCG will live stream a … Continued

Your table’s waiting in the ‘Cabaret’

Cabaret Performers Carly Ruda, Alex Cioffi and Brady Wease as “Sally,” “Emcee” and “Cliff”

The Kit Kat Club opens for business Feb. 12-22, so come hear the music play. See UNCG Theatre’s production of “Cabaret” live in Taylor Theatre. Kander and Ebb’s Tony-winning musical, set in pre-war Berlin as the Nazis take hold, is “one of the masterpieces of musical theater,” says John Gulley, … Continued

Pinocchio: North Carolina Theatre for Young People

The North Carolina Theatre for Young People presents Pinocchio, by Greg Banks, and based on the story by Carlo Collodi. From the moment Gepetto creates him from a stick of wood, Pinocchio dreams of being a real boy. But will the all-too-tempting delights of puppet shows and Playland be too … Continued

Studio 1 uses sign language to enhance ‘Three Musketeers’

 Matt Baccari, from left, Kyle Southern, Christian Moore, Dale Johnson, Jay Nauman, Michael King, Jacob Larkin and Richard Watkins Jr. star in a scene from Studio 1’s “The Three Musketeers, A Sign-Language Shadowed Production.” The play runs today through Sunday at Sara McMillan Brown Theatre at Studio 1 in Burlington.  … Continued