The national tour of the 2010-11 Off-Broadway presentation of “Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps,” directed by Kevin Bigger and produced by Windwood Theatricals of New York City and Paris, VA, will stop at the Clayton Center Auditorium & Conference Center for one night only — at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 17th. English actor, comedian, and playwright Patrick Barlow adapted this zany 2005 farce from John Buchan’s classic 1915 adventure novel and Alfred Hitchcock’s edge-of-your-seat 1935 motion-picture thriller based on Buchan’s nail-biting espionage story.
At 8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 18th, the Clayton Center Auditorium & Conference Center will open its 2012-13 Palladian Series with a visit from the national tour of Don Goggin’s latest musical revue involving the Little Sisters of Hoboken: “Nunset Boulevard: The Nunsense Hollywood Bowl Show,” starring Cindy Williams as Mother Superior. Williams is an actress and comedienne who is probably best known for her portrayal of perky Shotz Brewery bottlecapper Shirley Wilhelmina Feeney in the long-running ABC television series “Laverne & Shirley” (1976-83).
Jeanne Robertson reached her 6’2″ stature at age thirteen. Perhaps it was an indication of a future speaking career that would soar to great heights.
From “A Boy Named Sue” to “Ring of Fire,” four of Raleigh’s favorite musical sons pay tribute to the Man in Black with The Johnny Folsom 4. True to the Mr. Cash’s poetic spirit, the JF4 promises an honest and entertaining performance for fans of all ages.
Since 2008, Adam Growe has been touring with “The Adam Growe Quiz Show,” in which he combines comedy with trivia for a funny and unpredictable event. Each game is interactive, the audience can win cash prizes.