Carolina Performing Arts at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill announces the fall lineup for its 22/23 season, inviting audiences to rediscover, reengage and reconnect with live, in-person arts experiences. From new works and partnerships to returning crowd-pleasers and collaborators, CPA’s fall programming features music, dance and drama that remind us of art’s ability to drive vital conversations and spark joy.
“This season we reconnect and move forward. We are excited to welcome back longtime artistic partners and introduce a few surprises,” notes Alison M. Friedman, The James and Susan Moeser Executive and Artistic Director at Carolina Performing Arts. “After such a long period of disruption and detachment, we look forward to reviving our shared sense of belonging here at Carolina.”
The new season kicks off Sept. 23 in full Southern style. Combining New Orleans jazz, funk and bounce, The Soul Rebels and special guest Big Freedia offer