Monday morning arts news: September 7


Monday, September 7

University Theatre: Out Loud series. Reading of Argo, a new adaptation of the classic Greek story of Jason and the Argonauts. 7pm.

Tuesday, September 8

University Theatre: How to Theatre series. Join Laura Parker and Adrienne McKenzie to learn the basics of  alterations –  how to quickly take in and hem pants, skirts and suit jackets. 1pm.

University Theatre: Strictly Speaking series. With Broadway credits that include Ragtime and Simba in The Lion Kingactor and singer Josh Tower is now playing Aaron Burr on the national tour of Hamilton. 6pm.

Wednesday, September 9

University Theatre: How to Theatre series. Join Dave Jensen and Mike White to learn the basics of a table saw and a cross-cut saw, the two saws used most often in the scene shop. 4pm.

University Theatre: Interest meeting for The Institute. Learn about the mysterious Institute for Temporal Observation and Alteration, a closely guarded secret on campus that has been experimenting with time travel – where they “Think and Do… the Impossible.” Students only (for now). 7pm.

Thursday, September 10

NC State LIVE: Wolfpack’s Got Talent staff winner Chernelle Jones will be featured on the LIVEstream, followed by Q&A with Stephanie Clark. 2:30pm.

University Theatre: Strictly Speaking series. After stints with North Carolina’s Flat Rock Playhouse and the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, UNC School of the Arts alum Hillary Hart returned home to Texas as executive director of Houston’s Theatre Under The Stars. 6pm.

Dance Program: Virtual master class (musical theatre jazz) with actress, dancer, singer and writer NaTonia Monét. 6pm.

University Theatre: Out Loud series. Reading TBD. 7pm.


Explore the growing list of online classes at the Crafts Center.


NC State News: Stopping Bugs With a Taste for Art. The Gregg Museum takes a scientific approach to managing invasive pests.

The News & Observer: It’s a fall arts season like no other, but North Carolina artists are getting creative. (the Gregg Museum is featured)

Technician: The show must go on: University Theatre offers new, enriching virtual events amid COVID-19.