Arts News: Monday / May 29

Your Arts News Roundup from Arts Friendly

Asheville: ATTIC SALT THEATRE COMPANY PRESENTS THE COMEDY ‘GRUESOME PLAYGROUND INJURIES’ 35BELOW JULY 14-30

Charleston: Review: Angel a timely, effective monologue on Middle East politics

Charleston: Sofia Rei: A world’s worth of rhythm and song

Charleston: ‘Yo, Carmen’ an updated flamenco take on famous character

Charleston: Pedrito Martinez Group kicks off tour at Spoleto Festival

Charleston: Outdoor Piccolo Craft Show a celebration and a tradition

Charleston: Review: ‘Eugene Onegin’ sparkles with great singing

Charlotte: Style: Emily Klingman of Davidson Community Players

Charlotte: Jazz Arts Initiative puts young musicians on development track

Columbia: Business Community Affected By Cuts in Arts Funding

Flat Rock: Leapin’ Lizards! ANNIE to Take the Stage at Flat Rock Playhouse

Greenville, SC: BWW Review: SPRING AWAKENING Brings Exquisite Tension to the Warehouse Theatre

Raleigh: Come OUT with Theatre Raleigh on June 8th!

Raleigh: The Governor’s School is ‘eye-opening,’ must remain publicly funded

Tryon: Honoring the service of others through art

Wilmington: THOUSANDS PACK DOWNTOWN WILMINGTON FOR ORANGE STREET ARTFEST

Wilmington: Arts In Wilmington Images from the Orange Street Arts Festival

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New Republic: Why Are Americans So Hostile to State-Funded Art?

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Arts News: Sunday / May 28

Your Arts News Roundup from Arts Friendly

Asheville: Asheville area stage productions

Charleston: Spoleto cited as ‘artistic capital’ during festival’s kickoff ceremony in downtown Charleston

Charleston: Piccolo Spoleto’s Celtic Arts Series offers music and healing

Charlotte: Dancers answer: What’s been best about Charlotte Ballet’s Bonnefoux?

Columbia: June is “Ag and Art Tour” Month in SC

Raleigh: Theater Review: Matilda the Musical Is Sweetly Subversive and Secretly Heady

Wilmington: Communique: Over 400 Works Of Art At “Silver Arts” Exhibit

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Arts News: Saturday / May 27

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Boone:  In/Visible Theater Presents Its Latest Production, The Christians, Opening Day June 6

Charleston: Charleston’s Piccolo Spoleto Makes Art and Performances Accessible to a Wide Audience

Charleston: Celebrating the arts of Spoleto Festival

Charleston: Visual arts and crafts shows a big part of Piccolo Spoleto

Charleston: BWW Previews: SPOLETO FESTIVAL USA in Charleston, SC

Greensboro: UNC-Greensboro moves summer musical theater to Triad Stage

Greenville, SC:  GSP International Airport’s ‘Waterfall of Light’ sculpture is now on display

Greenville, SC: Stone Mural Project’s fourth mural takes shape at 223 W. Stone Ave.

Greenville, SC: Greenville Little Theatre wants you to fall in love with Tracy Turnblad all over again

Morganton: Four new exhibitions set to open at Bardo Arts Center

Raleigh: Great storytelling, music, comedy: ‘Matilda’ delivers

Raleigh: Theater Picks: Two productions in RLT’s ‘Women in War’ series

Arts News: Friday / May 26

Your Arts News Roundup from Arts Friendly

Burnsville: Parkway Playhouse announces both new play “39 Steps” and new free outreach performance

Durham: Moogfest and Art of Cool Tell Durham Two Different Stories About Itself

Charleston: Follow Your Art: Gabriel Lovejoy’s Positional Ambivalence at Redux

Charleston: The Charleston Performing Arts Center brings the story of Princess Di to life through music

Charleston:  S.O.U.L. Power unites arts community for youth outreach and music education

Charleston:  Asking the tough questions of Spoleto’s 41st season

Charleston: Aurélia Thierrée straddles the line between imagination and madness

Charleston:  Finding the humanity in Waiting for Godot

Charleston: Storytree Theatre partners with the Gaillard for a children’s summer camp

Charlotte: Mary Deissler Brings a Little Hendrix and Radiohead to the Symphony

Greensboro: Our Opinion: They told us so

Newton: Carolina Style Chorus committed to bringing musical joy

Raleigh: See ‘living legend’ Debra Austin at the Black Ballerina Experience

Raleigh: Wake County students win Raleigh Fine Arts Society writing contest

Ridgeland: The art of literacy: New park hopes to promotes education through expression

Wilmington: Lantana’s Gallery celebrating anniversary

Wilmington: PHOTOS: ‘One Tree Hill’ bridge fan messages

Wilmington: Artist’s love of the sea and forest inspired new collection

Wilmington: Orange Street ArtsFest is as family-friendly as downtown Wilmington gets

Wilmington: Acme Art exhibit goes with the flow in ‘The Ways of Watercolor’

Wilmington: ‘STILL MOVING’ BENEFITS DREAMS OF WILMINGTON THIS WEEKEND

Winston-Salem: UNC School of the Arts grant program is latest initiative establishing the conservatory as incubator for arts-based innovation

Winston-Salem: Concrete Canvas Mural Fest hits the mark

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Arts News: Thursday / May 25

Arts News from North & South Carolina

Asheville: Asheville Ballet puts a fresh spin on performance

Greensboro: NC A&T theater program wins national honors

Spruce Pine: Spruce Pine Gallery hosts “Inheritance” exhibition of Paul Hartley students

Wilmington: SPIRITED FUN: Cape Fear Shakespeare on the Green celebrates 25 years of community theatre

Wilmington: THE UNSPOKEN TRUTH: Local cast brings nuance to Thalian Association’s ‘Cat on a Hot Tin Roof’

Wilmington: BARING ALL: Janette K. Hopper takes on the effects of human overpopulation, pollution and extinction in ‘Natural Millieu’

Wilmington: Downtown Bookstore Owner Retiring, Hopes Story Continues

Wilmington: This weekend: Wilmington’s largest art festival

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The Stage: How pop-ups are making opera more accessible than ever

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