Former UNC cheerleader comes home in ‘Motown The Musical’
Posted Aug 4, 2017
Rod Harrelson was an energetic cheerleader on the sidelines of UNC Chapel Hill football and basketball games in the mid-1990s. He traded sports for the stage and found Broadway success in “The Lion King,” “Bring It On,” “Legally Blonde” and national tour of “Motown The Musical.” “Motown” returns to the Durham Performing Arts Center on Tuesday for a six-day run.
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