Prominent Philadelphia area lawyer to present acclaimed JFK play on July 29 Dennis McAndrews, Founder & Managing Partner of multi-state law firm McAndrews Law Offices, P.C., will perform his self-written play If JFK Survived Dallas: Presidential Reflections of an Elder Statesman in North Carolina this month On Saturday, July 29, the Stokes County Arts
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440th Army Band Concert Scheduled for July 5 in Stokes County Stokes County, North Carolina loves nothing better than to show off its support for the Armed Forces of the United States and will do so once again on July 5 as it hosts the 440th Army Band for a 7pm performance at the King
For Local Actors, It’s “A Dog’s Life” If you have ever been blessed with a dog in your family, then “A Dog’s Life” is your kind of musical. “A Dog’s Life,” with book and lyrics by Sean Grennan and music by Leah Okimoto, will be presented June 30th and July 1st in the amphitheater at King Central
The award winning UNC School of the Arts Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Ron Rudkin, will present a free public performance on Sunday, April 30 beginning at 4pm at the King Central Park Amphitheatre, 302 Kirby Road in King. The event is part of worldwide activities recognizing International Jazz Day, organized by UNESCO in
Support the arts and Sauratown Summer Theatre on August 26th and 27th at 7:00 pm at King Central Park! The Red Badge of Courage is a beautifully written play about a young private in the American Civil War, who finds his, courage unexpectedly. He encounters many tragedies along his way, but manages to push through.
UNC School of the Arts to present Community Concert Series The University of North Carolina School of the Arts Summer Music School will present a series of free summer community concerts in Stokes County, organized by the Stokes County Arts Council. The series will kick off on Sunday, June 26 at 7pm at the King
“May the Farce Be With You” is Theatrical Silliness at its Best “Farce” is defined as “a light dramatic composition marked by broadly satirical comedy and improbable plot.” That definition is perfect for two short plays being performed at 4:00 p.m. each day this Saturday and Sunday, May 21 & 22 as the Stokes County