Winter Dessert Theatre – Random Acts of Laughter Party Game & Best Seller The 2018 Winter Dessert Theatre Series comes to a conclusion with the NoneSuch Playmakers production of ‘Random Acts of Laughter.’ “Party Game” and “Best Seller” are short one-act plays full of verbal barbs, wit, and comedy. The plays contain adult themes and language, and
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Winter Dessert Theatre Continues with Ironman: The Life of Frederick Douglass In this powerful, one-hour, two-act play based on The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, Darryl Van Leer brings to stage a young scrapping Douglass, who gives an account of the most gut-wrenching events of his life. The audience relives moments with Douglass and his nurturing
Auditions for “The Valentine Box” The Stokes County Arts Council will be holding auditions for “The Valentine Box” on Thursday, January 4th at The Arts Place of Stokes. Roles are available for young actors, ages 10-19, to star in this one-act play by Brack Llewellyn. Come ready to do a cold reading for the script.
PERFORMANCES CANCELLED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER Refunds issued 12/11/17. If your refund does not show by 12/13/17 contact Stokes Arts at 336-593-8159. The Stokes County Arts Council and NoneSuch Playmakers present: “Uh-Oh, Here Comes Christmas!” Join us at The Arts Place of Stokes for 15 holiday stories from the international best-selling author of All I Really
October Ales and Tales to Feature “Jack the Ripper” A Solo Performance One of Stokes County’s newest venues will feature a one man theatrical show based on Jack the Ripper, as the Stokes County Arts Council presents October Ales and Tales on October 20th & 21st at The Arts Place of Stokes. Heavy Hors d’oeuvres
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