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QEA winter concert a smash hit

    QEA winter concert a smash hit

(pictured above: Program players (from left) Ruby Reaves, Kamya Simmons, Christina Baker, MaSasha Staley and Shabria Stewart.) Judging by the reaction of the packed audience, Quality Education Academy Fine Arts Department’s

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Master designer imparts his wisdom

    Master designer imparts his wisdom

Tony-nominated costume designer Paul Tazewell spent last Thursday sharing his work and wisdom with students at his alma mater – the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. Tazewell,

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Film on race debuts in Wilmington

    Film on race debuts in Wilmington

“Racial Taboo,” a documentary film that features many North Carolinians, was premiered earlier last month at Wilmington’s City Stage Theater. The site was significant; City Stage is a historically segregated

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Former Triad resident starts L.A. theater company

    Former Triad resident starts L.A. theater company

Latonya Black, a former Greensboro resident who performed with the N.C. Black Repertory Co. in the 1980s, has taken her love for performance to the “left coast.” She is the

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Setting the Scene

    Setting the Scene

WFU alum is major movie player Wake Forest University alumnus Curt Beech returned to his alma mater earlier this week

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For Seniors Only! Senior Spotlight-Susan Meny

    For Seniors Only!  Senior Spotlight-Susan Meny

Name (nicknames)? Susan B. Meny, Senior Center Director of the Shepherd’s Center of Greater Winston-Salem (I have nicknames, but you can’t

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Theatre Festival season kicked off

    Theatre Festival season kicked off

Tony Award winner Tonya Pinkins and NAACP Image Award winner Dorien Wilson have been tapped to serve as celebrity co-chairs

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NBTF officials: Myers will be missed

    NBTF officials: Myers will be missed

News of the death of actor Lou Myers hit hard in Winston-Salem. The show business veteran was a frequent presence

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Dance legend says his art speaks to social injustice

    Dance legend says his art speaks to social injustice

Bill T. Jones, an internationally known artist, choreographer, dancer, theater director and writer, visited the campus of Salem College last

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UniverSoul Circus rolling into Greenboro

    UniverSoul Circus rolling into Greenboro

UniverSoul Circus had to juggle its performances in Greensboro to do make-good shows in Philadelphia after the city was hit

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