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Actor’s Theatre to present ‘Clyboune Park’

Actor’s Theatre to present ‘Clyboune Park’

The Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte and Moore & Van Allen are teaming up for a production of “Clyboune Park,” the 2011 Pulitzer Prize winner for drama. The play is an… Read more »

Charlotte City Ballet readies for ‘The Enchanted Forest’

Charlotte City Ballet readies for ‘The Enchanted Forest’

The Charlotte City Ballet is gearing up for their spring performance. The group will put on “The Enchanted Forest” on April 14 at the Matthews Community Center. Find more information… Read more »

Culinary Corner for March 16

Culinary Corner for March 16

By Charles Jenkin Culinary Awards Best of the best: One of my favorite uptown restaurants is Savannah Red. It seats 28 guests and the chef creates gourmet delights that will… Read more »

Master of Macabre onstage appeals to transitioning youth

Master of Macabre onstage appeals to transitioning youth

Children’s Theatre breathes new life into Edgar Allan Poe by Dee Grano Children’s Theatre of Charlotte Artistic Director Alan Poindexter has an interesting analogy for the undying appeal of Edgar… Read more »

SouthPark’s Summer Pops season announced

SouthPark’s Summer Pops season announced

The Charlotte Symphony is getting ready to return to SouthPark’s Symphony Park. The symphony plays a number of outdoor concerts each summer in south Charlotte, and will do so again… Read more »

Charlotte Fine Art Gallery hosts “Bring in the Spring”

Charlotte Fine Art Gallery hosts “Bring in the Spring”

The Charlotte Fine Art Gallery held a show last week focused on a number of local artists and their work for “Bring in the Spring.” Ten artists displayed their work… Read more »

Oscar-nominated animator coming to Light Factory

Oscar-nominated animator coming to Light Factory

Don Hertzfeldt, the Academy Award nominee and animator of films like “Rejected,” “Billy’s Balloon” and “The Meaning of Life,” will lead a screening of his work and hold a lecture… Read more »

New exhibit open at Ciel

New exhibit open at Ciel

The Ciel Gallery and Mosaic Studio unveiled their newest exhibit last week. The show, “Survey,” features local artists Tina Alberni, Greg Barnes, Cher Cosper, Annette Cossentine, Miriam Durkin, Louise Farley,… Read more »

Ya Gotta Love Yama

Ya Gotta Love Yama

Culinary Corner by Charles Jenkin Yama means ‘mountain’ in Japanese. In this case, it means a mountain of excellent Asian cuisine. And you don’t have to climb Mount Fuji to… Read more »

Ulysses Festival connects high art, folk art and underrepresented culture

Ulysses Festival connects high art, folk art and underrepresented culture

Spring arts festival highlights Russia, Tchaikovsky by Dee Grano Like the butterfly for which it’s named, the Ulysses Charlotte Spring Festival of the Arts will celebrate the transformative nature of… Read more »