Carolina Live! – Our Musical History brings history to life through NC music. Through words and song, top-notch NC performers inspire the audience with music fromt NC trailblazers, including Doc Watson and John Coltrane. Tickets are $10 Adults, FREE for Students (K-12) and can be purchased online at SquareUp.com or by calling 336-593-8159.
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A musical play about the final years in the life of Judy Garland, “End of the Rainbow” is a savagely funny drama featuring a glorious ensemble of Judy Garland hits and infused with the glamour and the melancholy of stardom. It’s December 1968 and Judy Garland is about to make her comeback….again. In a London
Our 2019 NC Music Celebration continues on Sunday, March 17, 2019 wit the progressive bluegrass bass player and vocalist John Cowan alongside the talented husband and wife traditional bluegrass duo of Brooke & Darin Aldridge. Known as the “Voice of Newgrass,” Cowan is a true innovator as he applies his powerful pipes to genres from
Fried Chicken billionaire Henry Cabot Henhouse III is stabbed at his own birthday party! But who done it? Was it the fanatical environmentalist? The unbalanced animal rights activist? Henhouse’s former business partner? The embittered corporate mascot? The billionaire’s own daughter? Or – SOMEONE ELSE? With the audience’s help, a convenient amateur sleuth conducts an intense
The Arts Place of Stokes and the Stokes County Arts Council present the 3rd installment of our annual Winter Dessert Theatre series on Saturday, March 9th and Sunday, March 10th, Flights of Imagination. Written and portrayed by Terri Ingalls, Flights of Imagination is a trip back in time – a time when flying was a pleasure and
The 2019 Winter Dessert Theatre Series continues Friday, January 25th with Breach of Peace, performed by Mike Wiley. A North Carolina-based actor & playwright, Wiley’s compelling works of documentary theatre yield rich and powerful journeys to milestones and turning points of cultural history. Breach of Peace is based on true accounts of surviving participants of the Freedom Rides as