The 2019 Winter Dessert Theatre Series continues Friday, January 25th with Breach of Peace, performed by Mike Wiley. A North Carolina-based actor & playwright, Wiley’s compelling works of documentary theatre yield rich and powerful journeys to milestones and turning points of cultural history. Breach of Peace is based on true accounts of surviving participants of
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We are kicking off the 2019 Winter Dessert Theatre Series with a performance of The Tortoise and The Hare by the Columbia Maironette Theatre on Friday, January 18, 2019 at 7:00pm. The race is on! The speedy Hare is confident that he can beat the slowly Tortoise in a race across the forest. But as
Stokes Arts and Wreak Havoc Productions present two screenings of “Trouble Will Cause” – a true crime documentary about the Lawson Family murders on Christmas Day, 1929 in Germanton, NC. This film focuses on answering the mystery of why Charlie Lawson murdered his family and himself through a psychological exploration. Screenings will take place at
The Stokes County Arts Council welcomes photographer Jerrie Poindexter to the Apple Gallery, 500 Main Street, Danbury. Poindexter’s love of photography began at the age of nine, when she was given a Kodak Pocket Instamatic camera for Christmas. She began spending all of her allowance money and summer work funds on film and film processing.
THE START TIME FOR THIS SATURDAY’S MALPASS BROTHERS CONCERT AT THE ARTS PLACE OF STOKES HAS BEEN MOVED UP TO 3PM. PLEASE CONTACT EVERYONE IN YOUR PARTY OF THIS CHANGE. Seating will begin at 2:15pm. The Stokes County Emergency Medical Services Department has encouraged Stokes Arts to move up the concert start time to