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  • Apr
    14 Sun

    [where•else]

    Greensboro, NC
    United States
    Show at 2:00 PM

    PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

    Age Rating: PGRun Time: Approx. 1 hr.Frame/Works Discussion via Teams: April 15 at 7:00 p.m.To attend in person, please visit room 130 in the Moore Nursing Building located at 318 McIver St.Join the Frame/Works discussion!

    Performance Location: 606 S Elm St, Greensboro, NC 27406



    [where•else] is the School of Theatre’s first Community Based Theatre Project as part of our production season. Led by professor Robi Arce-Martínez, students from UNCG will embark on a journey using storytelling, multiple disciplines, interviews from their communities, and lived experiences to create a new devised performance from the ground up at the Elsewhere Museum in downtown Greensboro!


    What is the Elsewhere Museum?


    Elsewhere is a living museum, artist residency, and learning laboratory set within a three-story former thrift store in Greensboro, North Carolina. The building houses an immense collection of things amassed by Sylvia Gray, who gathered wares over the course of 58-years. The store was once a furniture store, fabric store, surplus and secondhand store. The space now provides a context for site-specific experimentation, interdisciplinary collaboration, and public participation.


    The rule at Elsewhere is that everything that is being created in the residencies need to incorporate objects that are already in the building. Example: If one artist stages their performance with a door nailed down to a chair, the next artist in residence could come in, destroy it and create something new with the parts. The Elsewhere Museum operates in an eternal cycle of creativity, destruction and creation. For more go to: www.elsewheremuseum.org



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  • Apr
    26 Fri

    Amplify Black Voice Theatre Festival

    Greensboro, NC
    United States
    Show at 7:00 PM
    TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
    TICKET: $10.00
    COLLEGE STUDENT: $0.00

    TICKET SALE DATES
    TICKET Public Onsale: March 18, 2024 10:09 AM to April 26, 2024 8:00 PM
    COLLEGE STUDENT Public Onsale: March 18, 2024 10:12 AM to April 26, 2024 8:00 PM

    PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

    Age Rating: TBA
    Run Time: TBA
    Location: International Civil Rights Center & Museum - 134 S Elm St, Greensboro, NC 27401


    About the Amplify Black Voice Theatre Festival: 


    Get excited for the Amplify Black Voice Theatre Festival 2024, happening right in Greensboro this April! The Greater Greensboro Theater Consortium, in collaboration with local colleges and community members, is bringing together a dynamic celebration of Black voices in theater. The festival kicks off with a welcoming event and reception, followed by two thrilling evenings of theater on April 26 and 27, featuring two captivating plays each night. 


    But there’s more—after the curtains close, the stage will come alive again with insightful discussions. Audiences will have the chance to engage with the cast, playwrights, and esteemed guest speakers such as Kamilah Bush and Michael Dinwiddie, diving into the themes of Black stories, lives, and the ongoing conversation on racial equity. 


    This festival was born out of a collective response to the national call for racial justice in 2020. The Greater Greensboro Theater Consortium, uniting seven local college theater departments, including institutions like Bennett College, NCAT, and UNCG among others, aims to amplify Black narratives through the power of theater. Our inaugural festival in 2022 laid the groundwork, inspired by Greensboro’s deep-rooted legacy of social justice and civil rights activism. 


    The Amplify Black Voices Theater Festival continues to champion new playwrights from the Greensboro area, offering them the opportunity to develop their work with professional playwrights and dramaturgs. This festival is not just about staging readings; it’s about premiering new works that center the Black experience, fostering dialogue, and inspiring change. 


    Join us for this impactful celebration, where the power of theater brings us together to honor, reflect, and advance the conversation on racial equity. It promises to be an unforgettable experience. 



    $0.00 - $10.00
  • Apr
    27 Sat

    Amplify Black Voice Theatre Festival

    Greensboro, NC
    United States
    Show at 7:00 PM
    TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
    TICKET: $10.00
    COLLEGE STUDENT: $0.00

    TICKET SALE DATES
    TICKET / COLLEGE STUDENT Public Onsale: March 18, 2024 10:13 AM to April 27, 2024 8:00 PM

    PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

    Age Rating: TBA
    Run Time: TBA
    Location: International Civil Rights Center & Museum - 134 S Elm St, Greensboro, NC 27401


    About the Amplify Black Voice Theatre Festival: 


    Get excited for the Amplify Black Voice Theatre Festival 2024, happening right in Greensboro this April! The Greater Greensboro Theater Consortium, in collaboration with local colleges and community members, is bringing together a dynamic celebration of Black voices in theater. The festival kicks off with a welcoming event and reception, followed by two thrilling evenings of theater on April 26 and 27, featuring two captivating plays each night. 


    But there’s more—after the curtains close, the stage will come alive again with insightful discussions. Audiences will have the chance to engage with the cast, playwrights, and esteemed guest speakers such as Kamilah Bush and Michael Dinwiddie, diving into the themes of Black stories, lives, and the ongoing conversation on racial equity. 


    This festival was born out of a collective response to the national call for racial justice in 2020. The Greater Greensboro Theater Consortium, uniting seven local college theater departments, including institutions like Bennett College, NCAT, and UNCG among others, aims to amplify Black narratives through the power of theater. Our inaugural festival in 2022 laid the groundwork, inspired by Greensboro’s deep-rooted legacy of social justice and civil rights activism. 


    The Amplify Black Voices Theater Festival continues to champion new playwrights from the Greensboro area, offering them the opportunity to develop their work with professional playwrights and dramaturgs. This festival is not just about staging readings; it’s about premiering new works that center the Black experience, fostering dialogue, and inspiring change. 


    Join us for this impactful celebration, where the power of theater brings us together to honor, reflect, and advance the conversation on racial equity. It promises to be an unforgettable experience. 



    $0.00 - $10.00
  • May
    4 Sat

    ACE Excellence Awards and CHROMATICA Concert

    Greensboro, NC
    United States
    Show at 5:30 PM
    TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
    GENERAL ADMISSION TICKET: $10.90
    CONSCIOUSNESS CHAMPION DONATION: $18.17
    UNITY CHAMPION DONATION: $27.26
    LOVE CHAMPION DONATION: $36.35
    COMMUNITY CHAMPION DONATION: $45.43

    TICKET SALE DATES
    GENERAL ADMISSION TICKET / CONSCIOUSNESS CHAMPION DONATION / UNITY CHAMPION DONATION / LOVE CHAMPION DONATION / COMMUNITY CHAMPION DONATION Public Onsale: February 14, 2024 4:22 PM to May 4, 2024 8:00 PM
    $10.90 - $45.43
  • Aug
    26 Sat 2028

    Dancers Connect

    Greensboro, NC
    United States
    Show at Saturday, August 26, 2028 12:00 AM
    REGISTRATION PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
    STUDENT: $50.00

    REGISTRATION SALE DATES
    STUDENT Public Onsale: August 22, 2019 8:35 AM to August 26, 2028 12:00 AM

    PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
    Triad area students are invited to join UNCG's exciting dance community. Young dance artists ages 3-16 will take dance classes focusing on dance technique, improvisation, choreography, and performance. Dancers Connect unites interested students with expert dance educators to support collaboration and creativity.

    What: Dance class taught by skilled dance education faculty & students under the supervision of Dr. Mila Parrish, UNCG's Director of Dance Education
    Who: Kids ages 3-16 years old
    When: Saturdays from September 21, 2019 - December 7, 2019, Dancers Connect Sharing is on December 8, 2019
    Where: UNCG School of Dance - Coleman Building
    Why: Every child should have the chance to dance. UNCG Dancers Connect provides low cost dance instruction to students who show a high level of interest in dance
    Cost: $50 per semester
    $50.00

CVPA - UNC Greensboro

Greensboro, NC
United States