The Stokes County Arts Council and the NoneSuch Playmakers present “Quilters,” a tender, moving play about a pioneer woman and her daughters, Quilters skillfully blends a series of interrelated scenes into a memorable musical. Each scene is introduced by a quilt square or “block” symbolic of life’s passages. During each “block”, the actresses skillfully
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“Me, My Selfie & I” at The Arts Place of Stokes Can today’s young people separate their digital lives from their real lives? Where do the two intersect–and what does this mean as they mature into tomorrow’s adults? These are the themes explored in “Me, My Selfie & I,” a one-act “dramedy” presented Saturday May
Stokes Arts and the Stokes County Historical Society Present a FREE Film Screening of the Original SCHS & SCAC Theatre Production of: “Sure and Steadfast: Jack and Nancy Shipp Martin and The Rock House” The play is a historical drama based on Nancy Shipp Martin’s life with her husband, Jack, in the Rock House.
Churchill Set to Premier at The Arts Place of Stokes The Stokes County Arts Council is excited to present the North Carolina premiere of “Churchill”, written and performed by Andrew Edlin, on March 17th and 18th at The Arts Place of Stokes, 502 N. Main Street, Danbury, NC. This tour de force one-man show features Edlin as one
Winter Dessert Theatre – Random Acts of Laughter Party Game & Best Seller The 2018 Winter Dessert Theatre Series comes to a conclusion with the NoneSuch Playmakers production of ‘Random Acts of Laughter.’ “Party Game” and “Best Seller” are short one-act plays full of verbal barbs, wit, and comedy. The plays contain adult themes and language, and
Winter Dessert Theatre Continues with Ironman: The Life of Frederick Douglass In this powerful, one-hour, two-act play based on The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, Darryl Van Leer brings to stage a young scrapping Douglass, who gives an account of the most gut-wrenching events of his life. The audience relives moments with Douglass and his nurturing