There are only three shows left of "The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess" by the Justice Theater Project. Get tickets now.
Nicole Oxendine is on a mission to build the confidence and authority of young people through dance. Join Empower Dance Studio Sunday for it's annual recital.
"Smokey Joe's Cafe" could be just a glorified concert of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller hits, but in Theatre Raleigh's hands, it's highly theatrical with mesmerizing vocals and focused characterizations.
"Finding Patience" tells the history of Holly Springs from the 1850s to the present day through the eyes of an emancipated slave. It touches on divisive issues of slavery, the Civil War, civil rights and gentrification.
The innocence of childhood meets the realities of adulthood in the Broadway musical, "Avenue Q," at Raleigh Little Theatre.
Who doesn't enjoy a good happy hour? Well, this week, ADF is offering several. Monica Bill Barnes & Company's "Happy Hour" is at the Durham Arts Council each night June 6 to 9.
This year marks 40 years of ADF in NC! Mollie O'Reilly, marketing and audience services associate at ADF, writes a guest blog about the upcoming season that kicks off June 3.
Debra Austin was the first African-American female to dance as a principal for a major ballet company.