Archive for September, 2010
Trans-Siberian Orchestra is returning to the Triangle for two performances in December.
A 25-member orchestra is not out of the ordinary, but what about a 25-member orchestra with instruments made out of everyday objects?
Officials at the Durham Performing Arts Center are expecting a huge turnout for their ticket sale event for Disney’s The Lion King.
“Avenue Q” will be back in the Triangle by popular demand, Durham Performing Arts Center announced Thursday.
A Duke grad will be one of 16 unemployed contestants vying for an opportunity to work for Donald Trump in this season’s “The Apprentice”.
Elizabeth Edwards is opening up her Chapel Hill home and her life to viewers of NBC’s newest daytime talk show, The Nate Berkus Show.
It seems like the Durham Performing Arts Center is making quite an impression on entertainers, prompting those that have already performed on the DPAC stage to return for more shows.
Tony Award-winning Monty Python’s Spamalot is coming to the Durham Performing Arts Center for two nights only, and tickets go on sale September 17.
The North Carolina known as Petey Pablo was arrested on weapons charges at Raleigh-Durham International Airport Saturday morning.
Triangle movie enthusiasts will now have another place to catch the latest box office hits on IMAX.