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An eclectic group of sixth-graders arrives at the 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, each eager to win for very different reasons. Presented by Pauper Players.Buy tickets
Short-form improv scenes based on audience suggestions. Everything is made up on the spot, and the content is appropriate for children and adults… and adults who act like children!
PopUp Chorus is no audition, no commitment community chorus. Just show up, learn popular songs, and sing with an ad hoc bunch of other lovely, excellent people!
Alash are masters of traditional Tuvan throat singing, known for their subtle infusion of modern influences into traditional Tuvan music.
An Open conversation about the life and times of Junius Irving Scales, a Southern pioneer who organized for labor and civil rights.
A performance of “I Go On Singing,” a tribute to Paul Robeson in Words and Song, with a pre-performance presentation by Professor Tony Perucci and a post-performance discussion.
Memphis rapper Duke Deuce has released a pair of viral singles in “Whole Lotta” and “Yeh,” spawned his own dance craze, signed to one of the hottest rap labels in the world in Quality Control, and been publicly praised by everyone from the members of Migos to Cardi B.
Tim Carless presents an original live score to Buster Keaton’s groundbreaking 1926 silent film "The General" that will be streamed via The ArtsCenter's Facebook Live. Tim has previously performed original scores to The General with ensembles, as a solo piano score and a solo guitar score, and on June 6th he will perform a brand new solo guitar score. Tim will be streaming live from his studio in Carrboro and the performance can be watched on The ArtsCenter's FaceBook Live page. We hope you will join us for The ArtsCenter’s first ever live-streamed event!
Tim Carless presents an original live score to Buster Keaton’s silent film "Sherlock, Jr." that will be streamed via The ArtsCenter's YouTube Live.
A founding member of the Carolina Chocolate Drops, multi-instrumentalist Dom Flemons is an expert player on the banjo, fife, guitar, harmonica, jug, percussion, quills, and rhythm bones, and a music scholar with a repertoire that covers over 100 years of American traditional music. Chris Frisina opens.Buy tickets