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Wake Forest Civic Ballet Welcomes Carolina Ballet Guest Artists for the Ballet’s 2018 December “Nutcracker” Performances

November 28, 2018

Wake Forest Civic Ballet (WFCB), the not- for-profit performing ensemble of young dancers who are on track to become future dance professionals, announced today the addition of Carolina Ballet’s Alyssa Pilger and Nicholas Fokine, as guest artists in the company’s upcoming production of the Nutcracker. This family-friendly performance brings Clara’s journey to the Kingdom of… Read More ›

37th Annual Raleigh Greek Festival to be Held

The 37th Annual Raleigh Greek Festival Will be held at the Jim Graham Building at the NC State Fairgrounds from Friday, September 7th to Sunday, September 9. Highlights of the event will include: Greek Food: Taste handmade, authentic Greek food prepared by the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church family using recipes handed down for generations…. Read More ›

Booth Amphitheatre Announces Vance Joy

Outback Concerts Presents VANCE JOY www.VanceJoy.com Saturday · May 12 · 7:30 p.m. Tickets on Sale Friday, February 23 at 10 a.m. (Ticket Limit 6) ~Reserved Seats/$50, GA Lawn/$35, Reserved Table Seats/$50~ Tickets can be purchased at Booth Amphitheatre (Tuesday – Friday, noon – 6 p.m.) or through etix.com. By phone call (800) 514-3849 Etix… Read More ›

Carolina Ballet will stage Handel's Messiah, choreographed by Robert Weiss, on Nov. 24-26 in Raleigh Memorial Auditorium

The Carolina Ballet’s Messiah Is Stunning

The Carolina Ballet’s version of Handel’s Messiah, which opened on Nov. 22nd and runs for four more performances on Nov. 24-26 in Raleigh Memorial Auditorium is a brilliant representation of the arts of dance, music, art, literature. This holiday tour de force, directed and choreographed by Robert Weiss, with assistance from choreographers Timour Bourtasenkov, Amy… Read More ›

WTF’s Dance Revue, Music and the Mirror, Brings Broadway Songs to Life in a New Way

Broadway show tunes come to life in a new way in the Women’s Theatre Festival’s production of Music and the Mirror, a full-length revue told entirely in dance. Think of it as a Broadway’s greatest hits cabaret act, but skilled vocalists are replaced by skilled dancers. Solo, duo, trio, and larger group pieces are set… Read More ›