Albert Daniel Wolfheimer, who died June 5th at age 90, was the epitome of a community-theater volunteer. A sweet, humble man, he was also a mechanical genius who performed yoeman’s work behind the scenes not only for Raleigh Little Theatre but also for The Cinema, Inc. As former Raleigh actor Scotty Cherryholmes put it on… Continue reading A Death in the Family: Al Wolfheimer
Historic Interpretations, Inc. is looking for talented and energetic actors and improvers for a 4 hour benefit themed around the short story by Washington Irving, “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow”. Auditions will be held Saturday, August 18th from 1:00pm – 5:00pm* Auditions will be held at: 8032 Ray Rd. Raleigh, NC 27613 We are looking… Continue reading Sleepy Hollow Auditions
The popular culinary event combines professional chefs with food, wine, music, and auctions to benefit children and adults with disabilities.
The Cinema, Inc. offers the Triangle’s biggest entertainment bargain: 12 films for $20. That’s just $1.67 per film, which is only two cents more than the 1971 average U.S. movie ticket price of $1.65. The 2010-11 season of this nonprofit film society will begin on Sept. 12th, with “Don Juan DeMarco,” starring Marlon Brando and Johnny Depp.
The American Dance Festival (ADF) will announce its 77th season lineup and host a dance party on Friday, March 19th in downtown Durham at The Cotton Room at Golden Belt. The 2010 ADF season, What is Dance Theater?, will officially be unveiled at 8:00pm by Charles L. Reinhart and Jodee Nimerichter, the ADF’s Director and… Continue reading AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES 2010 SEASON IN DOWNTOWN DURHAM | MAR 19