Under the direction of Rodney Smith, this ensemble is having a good time, and so are we.
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It’s a critical time for one of Asheville’s most important performance and event venues.
If you like your Christmas a little dirty and a little drunk, then the Bernstein show is for you.
Robinson founded the Montford Park Players, known as the state’s longest-running Shakespeare Festival, in 1973.
Wander through rooms of the house and experience different visual, auditory, sensual, and emotional experiences.
The auditions are set to begin in West Asheville on Sunday and run through Tuesday.
In the meantime, there’s an exciting new season of plays set to be staged at ACT.
The festival was conceived and launched courtesy of LEAD Productions, the staging company of NYS3.
Four to six plays will be presented at the theater in the summer of 2016.
The 250-seat, two-screen theater is expected to open in 2016.
The Costume Drama fashion show is July 10 and Business Sings Broadway is July 11.
The Fox and Beggar Theater show embodies elements of theatre, modern dance, circus art, live music and spoken word performance.
The Magnetic Theatre recently opened at its new location, 375 Depot St. in Asheville’s River Arts District.
The Magnetic Theatre is getting settled into its new theater space on Depot Street in the River Arts District, a space that just happens to be right across the street from its former theater space. It’s great to see the theater have a home after staging works in other theaters around town. Get out and support this theater, which only[Read More…]
The dinner show promises professional entertainment set in a glass-enclosed pavilion with a panoramic view of the mountains.
Odyssey students are also working on their own literary publication, due out in May.
Looking for some great performance art this weekend? Check out the Asheville Fringe Arts Festival.
The all-original sketch comedy is the latest from The Magnetic Theatre.
The show is staged by Attic Salt Theatre Company in Asheville.
This will be the theater company’s second production in Asheville.
The Grammy winners will headline the new four-day festival that will feature music, theater, local artists and more.
The new comedy runs Oct. 23 through Nov. 17.