Tag: Herbert C. Young Community Center
A Good Script and a Superior Cast Make The Justice Theater Project’s Staged Reading of Real Women Have Curves Delightful
It is suggested by Justice Theater Project artistic director Jerry Sipp that we ordinarily think of a “staged reading” as one where actors sit on stools, often dressed in black, in front of black music stands, only moving when they rise to speak. However, The Justice Theater Project’s staged reading of Real Women Have Curves… Read More ›
“Despite what people say, cats are very loyal and devoted to their owners,” claims “Puss in Boots!” director Staci Sabarsky. “It’s this devotion and bond between Puss and his owner, Jack, that is at the root of this story.”
This weekend, Cary Players will present a world premiere of RUBY RED, a domestic drama written by Cary playwright Phil Lowden and staged by local director Jaret Preston. Admission is FREE
Jan. 9 DIA DE LOS REYES CELEBRATION (Three Kings Day), 2:30 p.m. Fred G. Bond Metro Park, (919) 460-4963, FREE Jan. 9 TWELFTH NIGHT MADRIGAL FEAST, 7 p.m. Herbert C. Young Community Center, (919) 755-8004 Jan. 16 MLK, JR. DREAMFEST CELEBRATION, 1-8 p.m. Community Expo, Children’s Activities, Student Art Contest and Reception, free concert by… Read More ›
What do you get when you cross World Randked Step Dancing with Champion Fiddling and a family of nine?