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A review of 'Wild Fire' by Roy Williams (currently @ Hampstead Theatre, London)

This show was worst than television, and yet I do not go to the theatre to watch telly.

Bad Play

No. 6 North Carolina refuses to settle offensively in blowout win

After being forced to play at a slower pace than they would prefer in Friday’s win over North Carolina Central, No. 6 North Carolina¬†performed far better offensively Sunday in their… 288 more words


Tonight I visited Hampstead Theatre for the first time, to see Wildefire by Roy Williams. The last play of his I saw was Sucker Punch at the Royal Court, which was far better. 162 more words


No. 6 North Carolina holds off North Carolina Central

It wasn’t always easy for North Carolina in its opener against North Carolina Central on Friday night, but the Tar Heels used a second-half surge to hold off the defending MEAC champions, 76-60, in the Dean Dome. 309 more words



Roy Williams is one of our best writers and one of the few whose plays cover urban working class issues. This one may well be his most hard hitting, and surprisingly it puts the police centre stage. 301 more words


ACC Basketball: 6 Burning Questions for the 2014-15 Season

The Atlantic Coast Conference opens its door to another basketball powerhouse this year after bringing in the Syracuse Orange in 2013.

Say “Hello” to another Hall of Fame head coach in Rick Pitino and his Louisville Cardinals. 1,744 more words


Are we really surprised?

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is considered one of the 40 or 50 best colleges in the United States, according to several publications who rank that sort of thing.   1,180 more words