The 21st North Carolina Gay + Lesbian Film Festival returns to the Carolina Theatre on August 12.
Presenting the best of LGBT cinema for more than two decades, the North Carolina Gay + Lesbian Film Festival (NCGLFF) returns to the Carolina Theatre of Durham on August 12-20 with a record-setting 167 films, including 134 shorts and 33 features.
Ten-Passes, which cost $85 and enable guests to choose 10 film screenings at NCGLFF, and tickets to individual screenings, which cost $10, are on sale now at the Carolina Theatre box office, ncglff.org and carolinatheatre.org.
The Carolina Theatre is launching a new pilot program with Durham Public Schools that will provide students the opportunity to obtain free tickets to 22 Arts Discovery Educational Series events scheduled for the historic downtown venue in 2016-17.
DURHAM, July 26, 2016 — Continuing its decades-long tradition of presenting vital arts education experiences to the students of Durham, the Carolina Theatre is launching a new pilot program with Durham Public Schools that will provide students the opportunity to obtain free tickets to 22 Arts Discovery Educational Series events scheduled for the historic downtown venue in 2016-17.
Carolina Theatre of Durham, Inc., the non-profit that operates the historic downtown Durham performing arts venue, and Nashville-based concert promotion company National Shows 2 (NS2) have entered into a booking partnership.
Carolina Theatre of Durham, Inc., the non-profit that operates the historic downtown Durham performing arts venue, and Nashville-based concert promotion company National Shows 2 (NS2) have entered into an agreement that opens the door for the two organizations to co-promote at least 60 national touring acts at the historic theatre each year.
The Carolina Theatre of Durham will host its 90th Anniversary party thanks to donations from local businesses.
The Carolina Theatre turned 90 years-old on Tuesday (February 2)! Our majestic downtown Durham venue is celebrating its landmark anniversary with a year-long slate of special events, including a 90th Anniversary Party this Saturday, February 6 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The Carolina Theatre of Durham has reopened and is running on normal hours after Winter Storm Jonas.
We're hoping that all Triangle residents have fully recovered from Winter Storm Jonas. After nearly two days of snow, sleet and freezing rain — and three days of cleanup — it's about time for everything to get back to normal.
One area a cappella group can win a spot opening for Vocalosity at the Carolina Theatre of Durham on Feb. 26 via the "Aca-Performance of a Lifetime Contest."
harton Center are giving away the chance for one lucky A Cappella Group to perform as the Opening Act for VOCALOSITY when the show comes to East Lansing on January 26th 2016! Plus, this is your chance to get in front of Deke Sharon, the man behind Pitch Perfect and The Sing-Off and the creator of VOCALOSITY.
The submission period has ended. Beginning January 11th, voting for finalists will begin here. One lucky group of singers from the Lansing area will open VOCALOSITY when it comes to the Wharton Center. The winner will be announced January 18th.
Congratulations to Jaded A Cappella of North Carolina! The group was selected by VOCALOSITY tour producers to open Vocalosity's Feb. 26 show at the Carolina Theatre. Watch/hear their winning entry in the video below.
The Carolina Theatre of Durham announced a full slate of events to help celebrate its 90th Anniversary.
The Carolina Theatre will celebrate its 90th year in the heart of Downtown Durham in 2016 with a year-long celebration filled with spectacular live events, interesting special programs and exciting new partnerships.
The last remaining of the original downtown theatres, the Carolina Theatre opened on Feb. 2, 1926 as the Durham Auditorium. Nine decades later, the city-owned historic concert and performing arts venue has become a community treasure and one of its most beloved institutions.
The Carolina Theatre has named cellist Ben Sollee its first Musician-In-Residence.
The Carolina Theatre of Durham has named cellist Ben Sollee as its Musician-In-Residence for 2015-2016. This new, annual program promotes collaboration with the community of performing artists and organizations in Durham and the surrounding Triangle area. Future musicians will be selected through a yearly application process, the first of which will take place in the coming months.