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On Nov. 12-14, UNCG School of Theatre will present “Hear Our Voices: An Inclusive Celebration of New Musical Theatre.” The production is a brand-new song cycle which consists of unpublished music written and composed by BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of color), disabled, female and LGBTQIA+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Pansexual, Transgender, Genderqueer, Queer, Intersexed, Agender, […]

Of the nearly 2,000 nominations submitted for the eighth annual 2021 GRAMMY Music Educator Award, two UNC Greensboro alumni have been named semifinalists for the award. Brian McMath ’96 BM, ’10 MM and Donald Walter ’94 BM, ’12 MM are among the 25 semifinalists for this national award, representing both North Carolina and Guilford County […]

Next week, the UNCG School of Theatre releases its second production for the season, “Skeleton Crew,” available for streaming Nov. 5-7, with a virtual Frame/Works discussion for ticket-holders on Monday, Nov. 9. The story is set in an automotive plant during the 2008 economic recession, and the characters face challenges such as economic inequality and […]

UNC Greensboro’s Ashby College Haunted House returns for its 26th year this Halloween season, but scare-seekers can now enjoy the tradition as a first-person walkthrough video from home. The haunted house is put on each year by residents of Ashby Residential College, an inclusive two-year program that offers a unique living and learning environment for […]

Two Friday afternoons this month, UNC Greensboro alumni will give free, socially-distant concerts from an unusual location: the roof of Tate Street Coffee. The concerts will be called “Rooftoberfest,” presented 3-5 p.m. on Oct. 23 and Oct. 30. Tate Street Coffee has begun serving drinks again, but with limited seating space, and regular and special […]

This year’s UNCG Theatre season is anything but typical. The challenges imposed by the pandemic might have, at first, made a live theater production seem like an impossible goal. How could actors, directors, designers, crew, and audience members participate in a production when the very act of being in the same space together – an […]

As the semester continues, UNCG is hosting a number of performing arts events. See information on a selection of Zoom concerts and discussions, a live-streamed play, and a socially-distanced performance at the Tew Recital Hall. Assistant Professor of Clarinet, Andy Hudson, will perform an in-person recital October 2. The performance will have limited audience spots […]

Although UNCG’s College of Visual and Performing Arts’ Concert & Lecture Series is on temporary hiatus during the pandemic, CVPA will continue its commitment to connecting artists and performers with the campus community through insightful, inspirational, and informative events. CVPA is offering a series of arts-related masterclasses that are open to all faculty, staff, students. […]