2020-21 Season:

Remembrance & Renewal

* Our fall season will be presented in a virtual format

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Folklore Festival:

Remembrance and Renewal

February 17th - 21st

A festival featuring diverse, nationally known storytellers (in addition a faculty and student storyteller).  Recognizing the power and potential of storytelling in its many forms at this pivotal moment in American culture and politics, the Process Series in partnership with UNC American Studies will present a Storytelling Festival February 17th - 21st 2021, drawing on the skills of some of the nation’s most prominent and diverse storytelling practitioners.

Visiting storytellers include Dovie Thomason, Andrew Ali Aghapour, Senora Lynch (2007 Heritage Award Winner), Milbre Burch (Grammy-nominated), and others. There will also be featured faculty and student storytellers including Samuel R. Gates and Daniel Reyes.

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Masters Falls:

An Immersive Descent into the Divided American Soul

NEW DATE: March 19th & 20th

A play written by Mark Perry, Department of Dramatic Arts

Caroline and David are strangers destined to meet tonight at Masters Falls, a diabolical place they both despise. Morningstar, the all-seeing impresario figure who lords over Masters Falls, seems deeply invested in their actions, as if his survival depends on them. After a harrowing night, the two leave together determined to find the loved one they share in common. Masters Falls burns behind them. Or does it? There’s really no way to know.


By Jim Grimsley

Reading April 16th & 17th

Acclaimed North Carolina playwright and novelist, Jim Grimsley’s latest play, Cascade takes us to the not-so-distant future where the climate crisis before us now, is then in the rearview mirror and society is breaking down, resources are scarce, and people are on the move. Only Grimsley could find both terror and tenderness in this strange new world.

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Dear Baldwin:

A Podcast

April 30th & May 1st

Created and written by Sharon P. Holland and Dolores Chandler

“Dear Baldwin” Podcast, hosted by Sharon P. Holland, Chair of the Department of American Studies and local activist Dolores Chandler, will take the form of a live taping of a podcast exploring the intersection of race and LGBTQ issues. This podcast imagines a conversation between call in guests and James Baldwin as a Dear Abby for the digital age.

The Process Series

101 E. Cameron Avenue, Rm. 105

Chapel Hill, NC   27514

uncprocessseries@gmail.com  |  (919) 843-5666

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