Month: July 2011
The Brick City Brew Festival is Saturday, October 15, from 1:00 pm until 5:00 pm at Depot Park in Sanford, North Carolina.
Watch a stone-carving demonstration, learn about Cherokee artistic traditions and listen to traditional Cherokee stories at the N.C. Museum of History during the opening of Cherokee Carvers: Tradition Renewed
Sneak-preview sponsors always distribute more passes than tickets, so you should arrive 60 to 90 minutes before show time to maximize your chances of getting tickets. For big movies, such as the next James Bond film, you probably should arrive even earlier than that.
If you enjoy attending FREE sneak previews of upcoming films, you should subscribe — for FREE — to the new and improved Triangle Arts & Entertainment Free-Film List. Otherwise, you will need to check dozens of websites several times each day.
Sharon Talbot’s “A Field of Glory” Is a Talky Play Whose Plot Is Similar to a Classic Civil War Story
Sharon Talbot’s Civil War drama, “A Field of Glory,” is a “work in progress.” The question is, “Is ‘A Field of Glory’ original enough to capture the audience’s imagination and to inspire other producers to produce it?”