Walnut Creek is a state-of-art outdoor venue featuring world-renowned musical talent during the summer months. The 20,000- capacity amphitheatre is open April through October with an average of 40
Future home of "Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in America"; visitors center, outdoor stage, indoor stage. Shakespeare, other classics, medieval Bible plays & children'
This Greek-revival structure, built in 1851 on the UNC-CH campus, was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1974
Outdoor drama was first performed here in Chapel Hill's Battle Park in 1916 to celebrate the 300th anniversary of Shakespeare's death. The theatre was rebuilt in the early 1940
Hendersonville Little Theatre Friday & Saturday 8:00 PM Sunday 2:00 PM(828) 692-1082
Part of the Durham Civic Center Complex, the renovated, Downtown historic Beaux Arts Carolina Theatre features Fletcher Hall, a 1,016-seat auditorium and two art cinemas.
Eastern NC's first IMAX Theatre and the only 3
An evening of "Southern Hospitality, Great American Music and Side Splitting Comedy" delights audiences with their Branson-style variety show that entertains visitors from 50
Flat Rock Playhouse, The State Theatre of North Carolina is considered one of the "
Now entering its 52nd consecutive season, Kermit Hunter's revolutionary drama, "Horn in the West"
Downtown Greensboro's longest running professional theatre and recipient of the Berrilla Kerr Award for Outstanding Contribution to American Theatre. Offering a full season of adult and children'
City Arts Drama Center sponsors five performing arts groups: Greensboro Children?s Theatre (grades 4-9), Livestock Players Youtheatre (9th grade to age 20), 3rd Stage Theatre Company (age 18+)
The historic Meroney Theater, home of the Piedmont Players Theatre, is a renovated 361 seat theater, built in 1906, in Salisbury, North Carolina.The Meroney'
Built in 1927, the historic Carolina Theatre is one of Greensboro?s most revered downtown landmarks. Originally billed as ?The Showplace of the Carolinas,? the theatre hosted some of the era?
City visual art center with exhibitions of contemporary art and educational programs. Three art galleries plus the interactive Kaleidoscope Youth Gallery. Admission free.
Site of the nation's third longest- running live radio Bluegrass and Old-Time music show. Local AM radio station, WPAQ 740AM, is the founder of the show called "The Saturday Morning Merry Go Round"
Annual performances of William Hardy's highly acclaimed "Sword of Peace," which highlights the struggle of the peaceful Quakers in the time of the Revolutionary War, and Mark Sumner'
Celebrating 58 years of presenting Broadway plays & musicals, CTG presents A Few Good Men, Beauty & the Beast, Steel Magnolias and Peter Pan as part of the 2005-2006 season. This year's 11
The Players specialize in British comedies and Agatha Christie murder mysteries. Call for scheduling.
Asheville's premier theater has offered professional-quality productions since 1946. Comedies, musicals and dramas are presented for three consecutive weekends throughout the year. Named "
There's something for everyone in the mix of high-stepping musicals,outrageous comedy,serious drama and family favorites produced. Recipient of 10 "Best in the Triangle"
Asheville's only downtown cinema located in the heart of Asheville'
A non-profit, professional regional theatre company producing high-quality Broadway musicals in Raleigh since 1984.