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
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Auditions for “The Valentine Box” The Stokes County Arts Council will be holding auditions for “The Valentine Box” on Thursday, January 4th at The Arts Place of Stokes. Roles are available for young actors, ages 10-19, to star in this one-act play by Brack Llewellyn. Come ready to do a cold reading for the script.
“A Dangerous Woman” Scheduled for The Arts Place of Stokes Local playwright Frank Levering enjoys nothing more than prompting his actors and the audience to think and feel when experiencing his plays. His latest work, “A Dangerous Woman” will do just that when it opens in Stokes County for one performance only on Sunday, November
Things Get Spooky at “Camp Saura” For many kids, summer camp means hiking, crafts, sing-alongs, swimming and roasting hot dogs over a campfire. In “The Ghost of Camp Saura,” The Stokes Arts Council’s latest theatrical production, summer camp also means hot and cold running poltergeists. The one-act play, written and directed by Brack Llewellyn takes
October Ales and Tales to Feature “Jack ” A Solo Performance by Michael Huie Be taken back to the unforgettable autumn of 1888 in this thrilling one-man show. Experience the atmosphere and social conditions of White Chapel, on the East End of London, and the poverty-ridden urban area where the world’s first-recognized serial killer hunted
Prominent Philadelphia area lawyer to present acclaimed JFK play on July 29 Dennis McAndrews, Founder & Managing Partner of multi-state law firm McAndrews Law Offices, P.C., will perform his self-written play If JFK Survived Dallas: Presidential Reflections of an Elder Statesman in North Carolina this month On Saturday, July 29, the Stokes County Arts Council