Going South sheds a light on North Carolina’s legal system by focusing on four cases tried on the same docket. The cases—Custody, Cake, Co-Eds, and Coco—examine divorce, discrimination, campus rape, and transgender issues, respectively. These stories are linked together by Bob Jones, a smarmy and charismatic Southern lawyer. Told alternately in the courtroom and in flashback, the musical challenges the political, social, and societal constructs of today’s American South.
7S: Seven Songwriters is a concert series that showcases composers and songwriters of cross-genre: pop, jazz, musical theater, classical art song, rock, experimental—multidisciplinary musicians whose work in-between genres defies definition or any one label. These are melodies in search of an ear, hidden gems slipped through the crack; new poetry, words, and lyrics set for the voice.
Celebrate dance and the human experience with us for our 2nd annual June Dance Showcase! “Split” explores the extremes of human experience. The dancers in each piece embody human life at its most vulnerable, or it's most vivacious. Featuring NYC pianist John Albert Harris.