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Brian Clark’s Whose Life Is It Anyway? Script Is First Rate, and So Is This Stageworks Theatre of Holly Springs Production

  Driving home from Stageworks Theatre of Holly Springs’ production of Whose Life Is It Anyway? we were reminded of a few poignant lines from the Cat Stevens’ song “Moonshadow“: If I ever lose my hand … I won’t have to work no more, If I ever lose my leg … I won’t have to… Read More ›

Stageworks Theatre of Holly Springs Guest Director Daniel Barth Doesn’t Pull Any Punches in Whose Life Is It Anyway?

Who gets to determine whether a life is worth living or not? That’s the central question posed by Stageworks Theatre of Holly Springs’ current production of the compelling 1978 play Whose Life Is It Anyway? by British dramatist Brian Clark. This disquieting theme has given this work the legs to endure, and it resonates just… Read More ›

Stageworks Theatre’s Rendition of Agatha Christie’s Classic "Whodunnit," And Then There Were None, Is Sprightly, Lively, and Enjoyable

Unfortunately, especially in this deadly flu season, several audience members coughed, sneezed, sniffled, and made other illness-related interruptions throughout the Thursday-night performance of Stageworks Theatre’s community-theater production of Agatha Christie’s classic play, And Then There Were None, at the Holly Springs Cultural Center. Otherwise, this clever and delightful play was sprightly, lively, and enjoyable. The… Read More ›

Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None Keeps the Holly Springs Audience Guessing Right Up Until the End

Everyone loves a good mystery, so I was not surprised to find the parking lot full at the Holly Springs Cultural Center on a chilly Thursday night. Opening night of Stageworks Theatre’s second show of its inaugural season, And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie, played to an almost-packed house and did not disappoint…. Read More ›

Neil Simon’s God’s Favorite at Holly Springs Is a Fine Show That Deserves a Longer Run

Neil Simon’s God’s Favorite, presented Sept. 7-9 by Stageworks Theatre of Holly Springs and MyComputerCareer.edu at the Holly Springs Cultural Center, opened for a one-weekend stint this Thursday, and will close at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday. God’s Favorite is a quirky play, even for Simon; and it has been updated from its 1974 Broadway version… Read More ›