Three Sisters Stage

The Three Sisters Stage is the principal performance area for The Arts Place of Stokes. Named after the Three Sisters mountain ridgeline that extends from Danbury to Hanging Rock State Park, the stage provides a platform for concerts, theatre, film screenings and meetings / presentations, with capacity seating up to one hundred-sixty persons. The stage also provides the option to include professional sound, lights, and technical team to assist with performances and presentations. Recent concerts and theatrical performances on the Three Sisters Stage have included John Berry, Suzy Bogguss, John Cowan, Ricky Nelson Remembered, “Bloody Blackbeard”, Mike Wiley’s “Breach of Peace”, as well as film screenings by the Piedmont Triad Film Commission.

To submit promotional material for consideration of a performance on the Three Sisters Stage, please send to stokesarts@gmail.com

Brother Wolf

From the makers of Bloody Blackbeard Stokes Arts presents Brother Wolf, a musical Appalachian adventure based on Beowulf. Directed by Laurelyn Dossett. Coming July 22-24, 2022

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PURPLE PIANO – THE ONE-MAN TRIBUTE TO PRINCE

The Purple Piano starring Marshall Charloff is a one-man tribute to the music and artistry of Prince. Thursday, September 1, 2022, 7pm General Admission $30, Stokes Arts Members $25 Doors open at 6pm

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Natural Wonder – The Ultimate Stevie Wonder Tribute

Natural Wonder – The Ultimate Stevie Wonder Tribute July 16, 2022 at 6pm with doors opening at 5pm General Admission $30, Stokes Arts Members & Seniors $25

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You’ve Got A Friend: The Music of Carole King & James Taylor

“You’ve Got A Friend: The Music of Carole King & James Taylor” Featuring Kirsti Manna and Jonathan Birchfield Saturday, May 7, 2022 at 6pm. Doors open at 5:15pm General Admission $35, Stokes Arts Members $30

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