Raleigh native and American Idol Season 2 runner-up Clay Aiken will be among the performers to share the ice during the 2011 NHL All-Star Game.
WRITTEN BY: MAGGIE ALEXANDER As the Broadway musical The Lion King continues to astonish audiences at the Durham Performing Arts Center, many local businesses are feeding off of the show’s frenzy.
Many shows claim to be funny, but this show really lives up to its claim. The new Mel Brooks musical “Young Frankenstein” is now playing at the Durham Performing Arts Center uses humor and all the glitz of an on stage performance to make one heck of a monster show.
Bringing fairytales and toys to life is what Disney does best. And that’s exactly what they’re doing in the Triangle as it presents Toy Story 3 on ice.
The highest grossing film series, Harry Potter, is set to open in theaters on November 19, and fans in the Raleigh-Durham area will have the chance to win tickets premiere night screening of the latest film.
Stand up comedian and actress, Wanda Sykes will be making her Durham Performing Arts Center debut in March 2011.
Producers of Burn The Floor have announced that Raleigh will be one of three cities to see “Dancing With The Stars” Mark Ballas perform on stage.
Handel’s Messiah Rocks is slated to play at the Memorial Auditorium this holiday season, with a local twist.
UPDATE: Second Show Added Durham Performing Arts Center audiences will soon be saying “Hello, Jerry” as comedian Jerry Seinfeld makes his return to stand-up comedy in 2011.
Music, dance, lavish costumes and beautiful jewelry is what makes Bollywood such a big part of the world’s film industry. And for one night only in Raleigh, “The Merchants of Bollywood” will take the stage at the Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts.