UNC’s Pauper Players returns to The ArtsCenter with a spring production of In the Heights.
In the Heights is an award-winning musical about life in a predominantly Latinx neighborhood of Washington Heights, New York City, where the summer breeze carries the rhythm of three generations of music. Touching on themes like identity, family and community, In the Heights can be enjoyed by people of all backgrounds. The show will be performed at The ArtsCenter in Carrboro.
About Pauper Players:
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Pauper Players is the premier musical theatre company on campus. Founded in 1989, Pauper Players seeks to establish a venue for Carolina students to organize and perform full-scale musical productions. Pauper Players got its name from the abundant conviction despite the limited resources with which the company’s founders started. Now celebrating our 27th season, Pauper has grown to a theatrical staple annually producing two full-scale musicals and two seasonal productions. Still unlimited in their conviction, Pauper is dedicated to artistic growth and social betterment.