Tag: Holly Springs Cultural Center
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, 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 ›
The Further Adventures of Nick Danger… Provides an Evening of Laughter at the Holly Springs Cultural Center
Are you old enough to have enjoyed radio drama? Have you ever listened to Firesign Theatre? Do you enjoy “Guy Noir” segments on NPR’s A Prairie Home Companion? If you answered any of those questions in the affirmative, or if you are simply scratching your head in wonder, consider spending an evening at Holly Springs… Read More ›
PineCone celebrates its 25th Anniversary with a Listening Room Series featuring national and up-and-coming touring artists in an intimate venue with outstanding acoustics. This year’s series begins with The Kruger Brothers on Saturday, Feb. 27. The North Carolina-based Kruger Brothers’ musical style defies definition, encompassing all styles of music through their personal individual development, classical… Read More ›
“This series allows us to offer listeners the opportunity to hear established traditional musicians and up-and-coming artists in an excellent listening room environment in Holly Springs,” said William Lewis, PineCone’s Executive Director.