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ARTS TOGETHER

ARTS TOGETHER ANNOUNCES 2012 – 2013 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Arts Together announced today five new members of their Board of Directors: Anle Banh Wilson – graphic designer and co-owner Blue Sky Farms; Aaron Bittikofer – bassist, independent music professional and educator; Stacy Bluth – community leader and former executive director of Building Futures Now, East… Read More ›

Dark Glass by Ira David Wood III | May 16

The public is invited to a first reading of Mr. Wood’s new script, Dark Glass, on Sunday afternoon, May 16th beginning at 4 pm at Theatre In The Park, 107 Pullen Road, Raleigh.
You will leave the theatre wondering did US astronauts land on the moon or was the landing staged here on earth?

It’s a Wonderful Life | Dec 4-7

Cary Players Announces Production of It’s A Wonderful Life, a 1940’s Style Radio Drama Family-oriented show one of many downtown Cary holiday events. Cary Players announces the production of It’s A Wonderful Life as a 1940’s style live radio drama to be performed December 4-7, 2009, at the unique and spacious Town of Cary Council… Read More ›

Broken | Oct 31

The piece is a snapshot into the lives of three women balancing the struggles of relationships and faith as life deals them unexpected twist and turns. A story of abuse, death, and wrong choices, Broken exposes the failures of the human heart and reveals that sometimes in order to be whole and healed, one may have to come to their breaking point in which they can no longer continue in their morbid existence, but strive for a plan greater than their own.

FLEE THIS PLACE | Oct 8-18

The tales of Medea and Antigone smash together in this visceral and haunting story that begs the question: “Can we ever let go?” Johannah Maynard, co-artistic director of The Distillery and creator of Flee This Place, has delved deep into the psyches of the characters of these two stories and has provided a hellish world for them to relive their demons over and over again.