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Perihelion Theater Company

Chapel Hill, NC
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  • Chapel Hill, NC
    Perihelion Theater Company, Ltd. is a non-profit, 501-C-3 fully tax exempt organization. A non-profit, professional theater company, Perihelion has been producing plays since 1987.
  • Chapel Hill, NC
    To celebrate 100 years of playmaking at UNC-Chapel Hills, the PlayMakers Repertory Company will award one playwright $7,500. We are looking for unproduced scripts that speak to the rich legacy of one of North Carolina’s most famous writers: Thomas Wolfe. The prize is named after the novelist whom William Faulkner called “the greatest talent of his generation.”  Wolfe’s writings reflect a largeness of spirit and an expansive vision of life, while anchored in what, where, and whom he knew.
  • Chapel Hill, NC
    PlayMakers Repertory Company is the LORT-D professional theatre in residence at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
  • Chapel Hill, NC
    Ten short plays by North Carolina playwrights will be selected for full production in NC 10 by 10. The festival runs July 16-19 at The Cary Theatre in Cary and July 23-26 at The PSI Theatre in the Durham Arts Council building in downtown Durham. NC 10 by 10 has grown to be the most-attended short-play festival in the region, with last year’s show having over 1300 patrons.
  • Chapel Hill, NC
    Our mission is to entertain audiences of all ages, educate adults and children through theatrical participation, and empower local talent.
  • The public domain is the realm of material—ideas, images, sounds, discoveries, facts, texts—that is unprotected by intellectual property rights and free for all to use or build upon. Our economy, culture and technology depend on a delicate balance between that which is, and is not, protected by exclusive intellectual property rights. Both the incentives provided by intellectual property and the freedom provided by the public domain are crucial to the balance. But most contemporary attention has gone to the realm of the protected. The Center for the Study of the Public Domain at Duke Law...
  • North Carolina Central University's Department of Theatre is designed to satisfy the needs of a broad range of enthusiastic students, give them the widest possible exposure to accomplishments in theatre, and provide experiences that will develop them as capable theatre practitioners.
  • Durham, NC
    The Black Ops Theatre Company is a Durham-based theatre group dedicated to challenging preconceived notions (conscious and otherwise) on what Black Theatre should look like. We are devoted to breaking down the frequent barriers that Black artists face by presenting multifaceted pieces that defy easy and typical categorization. While continuing to honor the contributions of Black theatre creators who have blazed the trail for us we will also present work that is outside of the norm for artists of color, encouraging them to reach their full and broader creative potential. Black Ops Theatre...
  • Durham, NC
    Funds donated here go directly to artists and arts presenters in Durham who have been financially impacted by cancellations due to COVID-19, with priority given to to BIPOC artists, transgender & nonbinary artists, and disabled artists (note: we will try to help as many artists with need in Durham as we can).
  • The Guild’s mission is to elevate theater companies and artists as well as the audiences that support them by providing different tools that aid in the increased productivity, visibility, and recognition of the many theatrical efforts of our region.
  • Legal Aid of North Carolina (LANC) is a statewide, nonprofit law firm that provides free legal services in civil matters to low-income people in order to ensure equal justice and to remove legal barriers to economic opportunity. Online resource
  • Cary, NC
    North Carolina-based playwrights are invited to submit original (new) scripts for the competition. The winning playwright takes home $100.00 cash on SLAM Day! It’s a high-energy evening, and loads of crazy fun and organized chaos. Submissions should be sent by email to: “