Month: July 2011
The North Carolina Theatre‘s high-octane production of “Hairspray” is a must-see musical, with energy to burn, thanks to kinetic staging by director John Simpkins and choreographer Josh Rhodes, exuberant instrumental accompaniment by musical director Nancy Whelan and the NCT orchestra, and a crackerjack cast that really knows how to shake, rattle, and roll.
Cris Cohen of Cary, NC, a humor columnist, blogger, and budding entrepreneur, will present his popular talk “Just Try. Just Ask. You’ll be amazed at what might happen: My entrepreneurial adventure”
Visual artists are invited to submit their work to be exhibited and featured at Cary Visual Art’s 15th Annual Art Ball to be held November 4, 2011 in Cary, North Carolina.
These parties are ideal for anyone who has wanted to try painting, but cannot commit to several weeks of classes. They are also a great way to shake up the average dinner party, bridal shower, fundraiser, office party, team building event, sorority party, red hat group meeting, child’s birthday party, girl scout or boy scout meeting, or just about any other event you can think of! Artistic Abandon will even bring the party to you if you choose!
The North Carolina Symphony today introduced the newest member of its musical family, Sympson, the orchestra’s new NCS Kids mascot.