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Dawn Kane

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Greensboro, NC, United States

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Past articles by Dawn:

Forecasted weekend rain, wind cancels Triad area events

The heavy rain and wind expected this weekend has prompted the cancellation of at least two popular Triad events. → Read More

Let's dance: New Greensboro troupes take a bow

Meet Gate City Dance Theatre and Triad International Ballet. → Read More

Greensboro theater community mourns the loss of Bennett College professor

Tennille Foust, who taught theater at Bennett College, died Tuesday morning. → Read More

Triad reacts to death of Queen Elizabeth

“It will be difficult to realize that the person who was ‘always there’ has now gone,” Rosemary Haskell said. → Read More

Greensboro's NC Folk Festival offers some new and familiar features this year

The free, outdoor multicultural festival runs from Sept. 9 to 11 in center city. → Read More

For King & Country to bring holiday tour to Greensboro Coliseum

Christian pop duo For King & County will bring its annual holiday show on Dec. 11 to the Greensboro Coliseum. → Read More

Ever wonder how Greensboro's Eastern Music Festival recruits students? Take a look at the process.

Among the states, Texas, Florida and North Carolina top the numbers of pre-professional students ages 15 to 25 studying at EMF this summer. Here's how they got there. → Read More

EMF Encircling the City returns to Greensboro's public libraries

Starting Wednesday, Eastern Music Festival String Fellows quartets will travel to branch libraries to offer a free short program of major works from classical literature in the family-friendly settings. → Read More

Summer love: Eastern Music Festival, Guilford College both benefit from relationship

EMF has rented needed space at Guilford College each summer — except for the summer of 2020 and COVID-19. Guilford gets the revenue and another opportunity to introduce its campus → Read More

Branford Marsalis, Ben Folds, Mariachi Cobre to perform with Greensboro Symphony in 2022-23 season

The 2022-23 season will mark the final season for symphony Music Director Dmitry Sitkovetsky, who has served in his post since 2003. He announced his upcoming retirement in May. → Read More

How did Jared Grimes, other NC nominees, do at Tony Awards?

North Carolina theater talent was well represented among nominees at Sunday night's Tony Awards. Did they win? → Read More

High Point's Jared Grimes up for Tony Award

Jared Grimes, who grew up in High Point, has been nominated for a Tony Award in the category of Best Featured Actor in a Musical, for his role as Eddie → Read More

Residential rent rate hikes concern Greensboro tenants, organizations trying to help

The situations at British Lake Village and New Garden Manor apartments are among many examples locally and nationwide of rising rents amid an affordable housing crunch. → Read More

Artist adds a nontraditional mural to Greensboro's Downtown Greenway

Charlotte artist Sharon Dowell was commissioned by Downtown Greenway planners to create a mural on the wall of the Summit Avenue underpass on Murrow Boulevard along the Downtown Greenway. → Read More

Dark for two long years, Triad Stage's 20th season will be as a 'stronger theater'

The regional professional theater, located downtown at 232 S. Elm St. will announce its 20th season of live, in-person performances at an event at 6 p.m. June 4. → Read More

4 Triad organizations to receive NEA grants

The grants, totaling $107,000, are part of more than $1.6 million awarded to 21 organizations statewide for arts projects and partnerships. → Read More

Rita Moreno closes out 2021-22 Bryan Series

The actress discussed her career and more in an interview with local educator and author Molly Sentell Haile to close out this season's Bryan Series at the Steven Tanger Center → Read More

Greensboro Bound brings diversity to literary festival

The four-day Greensboro Bound literary festival returns in-person starting Thursday. → Read More

NC Folk Festival announces initial roster of performers for this year's gathering

The initial roster of eight artists for the N.C. Folk Festival includes newgrass artist Sam Bush, family pop/rock group Big Bang Boom, Irish musician Karan Casey and QWANQWA, a supergroup → Read More

Rita Moreno to speak as part of Guilford College's Bryan Series

Before Ariana DeBose, Rita Moreno had been the only Latina actress to win an Academy Award. That changed this year. → Read More