Archive for April, 2010
As the warmer weather arrives in North Carolina, so does the outdoor concerts and performances! Raleigh Little Theatre announced it will present musical “Songs for a New World” at the RLT Outdoor Stephenson Amphitheatre.
MOUNT AIRY, N.C. (AP) – The actress who played Thelma Lou on “The Andy Griffith Show” was robbed in the town that inspired the show’s idyllic Mayberry setting, after moving to the area to avoid big city crime.
After announcing in February that she is postponing her appearances at the DPAC, Paula Deen says she is coming back in June for one performance only.
The mother of late rapper, Tupac Shakur, is out on bond after being arrested for drug possession in North Carolina.
“You’ll laugh, you’ll cry.” This statement has become somewhat of a cliche in the entertainment world, but very rarely do you actually get to experience a range of emotions in one sitting, whether it be a movie, a concert or a theatre show. But this is exactly what you’ll experience during a performance of Wicked, [...]
*Ding, Ding, Ding* Alright all you die-hard wrestling fans…Get ready for mayhem and entertainment as the superstars of WWE’s SmackDown invades the RBC Center in Raleigh on June 15.
The Durham Performing Arts Center has announced that comedian Lewis Black will make a stop in Durham on September 10, as part of his “In God We Rust” tour.
The Carolina Theatre of Durham has released its film schedule for the upcoming week.
Pop group Backstreet Boys has been announced as the first Live Nation act to perform at the still-under-construction Raleigh Amphitheatre and Festival Site, which is slated to open in early June.
Burning Coal Theatre in Raleigh will be holding auditions for its upcoming 2010/2011 season.