theater

Arts
7:00 am
Fri September 20, 2013

Greensboro's Performance Art Center Following in Durham's Footsteps

A sketch of the GPAC theater interior as presented in May, 2012.
Credit Rosser International, Inc., Artec Consultants, Inc. and Sutton Kennerly and Associates Inc.

Creating a performing arts center can draw people and businesses to a city’s downtown area, but it takes a lot of money and forethought to make it happen.   Business Journal reporter, Catherine Carlock, joins WFDD's Audrey Fannin for an update on Greensboro's performing arts center project, and how, in many ways, it's following the process Durham undertook to build its center.

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Radio Camp
11:43 am
Fri August 16, 2013

Meet The Actor: Neil Shepherd

Radio Camper Christopher talks to Neil Shepherd
Credit Molly Davis-WFDD

 

Neil Shepherd is a local actor and a worker at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro who is going to play to role of Jean Valjean in the Theater Alliance's upcoming production of Les Miserables.

 

WFDD radio camper Christopher Stirewalt recently spoke with him.

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Radio Camp
2:56 pm
Thu August 15, 2013

Bringing Broadway's Best to The Triad

Radio Camper Riley and Stan Bernstein
Credit Molly Davis-WFDD

Stan Bernstein is one of the three principal owners & operators of the new theater company Broadway's Best. It will be a drama house that will only operate in the summer season and will show critically acclaimed productions from Broadway in New York City.

WFDD radio camper Riley Burgiss recently sat down with Stan to find out what's new.

 

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Theater
7:26 pm
Tue June 4, 2013

National Black Theatre Festival Announces 2013 Schedule

Performers from the NBTF show, Crowns, entertain during the NBTF press conference, Monday, June 3. It is one of more than 100 performances coming to Winston-Salem July 29-August 3.
Kathryn Mobley WFDD

Performers from around the world will entertain people in the Triad for six days and nights. 

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