The State of Things Live in Greensboro

The State of Things in Greensboro

Each month WUNC's The State of Things travels to Greensboro for a live show at Triad Stage's UpStage Cabaret.

The next live event at the Triad Stage's UpStage Cabaret will be Tuesday, January 10. 

A Conversation With Greensboro Police Chief Wayne Scott: Like many other law enforcement agencies around the country, the Greensboro Police Department is working to improve community relations while facing a period of heightened tension between police and the public, particularly with marginalized communities. Host Frank Stasio speaks with Greensboro Police Chief Wayne Scott about the unique challenges his department faces along with the continuing battle over policies surrounding access to police body camera footage.

Carri Smithey Band Delivers Country Rock From The Foothills: Singer/songwriter Carri Smithey channels the sounds of Dolly Parton and Emmylou Harris through songs of her upbringing in the foothills of Alamance County. Through her band, Smithey builds her musical roots into a dynamic country rock group. The Carri Smithey Bands performs live with Carri Smithey on lead vocals, Josh King on vocals and acoustic guitar, Keith Ingalls on electric guitar and vocals, Josh Coe on electric bass, Alex McKinney on pedal steel guitar and Ryan Burgess on drums and vocals. 

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The phone number for Triad Stage is (336) 272-0160.