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Events

Romeo & Juliet with the North Carolina Symphony

PAST DATES AND TIMES

  • Fri, Apr 27, 2018 – Sat, Apr 28, 2018 8pm

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LOCATION: North Carolina Symphony - 2 E South St

You know Romeo and Juliet, but you’ve never seen it—or heard it—like this! The North Carolina Symphony and actors from the state’s top conservatory, UNC School of the Arts, join together for a semi-staged theatrical production with the drama of the tragic love story enhanced by music from Shakespeare’s time through the 20th century, and everything in between. This unique play-and-concert hybrid features works by Prokofiev, Berlioz, Kabalevsky, and many more. Tickets available at ncsymphony.org or call 919.733.2750

Cost: Starting at $18