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Butoh dance by Paul Ibey Nov. 10

International guest artist Paul Ibey presents his original butoh choreography, 'Korrat,' on Nov. 10
11/08/2012
122

Not FADE Away

The Appalachian State University Department of Theatre and Dance presents the annual Fall Appalachian Dance Ensemble at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 14 to 17 in...
11/08/2012
123

WHS Playmakers go to state

The Watauga High School Pioneer Playmakers and Drama Department hosted 11 visiting schools and 14 one-act productions Nov. 2-3 as a part of the...
11/08/2012
124

Playmakers set stage for conference

N.C. Theatre Conference Regional High School Play Festival comes to Watauga High School
11/01/2012
125

'Middletown' at ASU

Playwright Will Eno’s “Middletown” might be summed up in the Latin phrase, “In media res,” meaning “in the middle of things.” ...
11/01/2012
126

‘Dragons in the Mountain’

Many have seen bears in local mountains. 

Some claim to have seen cougars.  

Now, a lucky few will...
10/25/2012
127

‘Dracula’ rises again

Performing a staged radio drama from the golden age of radio has become something of a Halloween tradition for Ensemble...
10/25/2012
128

Shall We Dance?

Appalachian State University’s Department of Theatre and Dance welcomes the return of the North Carolina Dance Festival (NCDF) for its 2012...
10/17/2012
129

‘Legally Blonde’ at LMC

Musical serves as director Speer’s academic swan song
10/04/2012
130

‘Dragons in the Mountain’

Appalachian State University’s Performing Arts Series presents the Star of the Sea Studios production of “Dragons in the...
10/04/2012
131

Play celebrates Blowing Rock writer

Juanita Brown Tobin, a Blowing Rock poet and writer who shared her thoughts in a weekly column in The Blowing Rocket, died in 2007.

But her...
09/27/2012
132

Slapstick farce ‘Noises Off’ presented Oct. 3-7

The Appalachian State University Department of Theatre and Dance presents a farce to be reckoned with – “Noises Off.”

The slapstick...
09/27/2012
133

Rural Academy Theatre saddles up for Boone

Sometimes ideas that seem innovative and new actually harken back to earlier times.

Boone is one of the first stops on the inaugural tour of...
09/27/2012
134

First Year Student Showcase Sept. 27-29

Event honors 100th birthday of Pulitzer Prize-winning author Studs Terkel
09/20/2012
135

Setting the Stage

ASU Department of Theatre and Dance announces 2012-13 season   
09/06/2012
136

Tongues of Fire at the Ashe Civic Center

Touring Theatre of North Carolina is announces the second production in its Kinfolk Series, a collection of “sometimes humorous, always profound” stories about families that are drawn from some of the finest works in Southern literature. 
09/06/2012
137

'All the King’s Women'

Thirty-five years after the death of Elvis Presley, the magic of his career continues to intrigue music lovers.

Songs, such as “Love Me...
08/23/2012
138

‘Horn’ sounds for final shows of 2012

The 61st season of “Horn in the West” is coming to a close, but before the Daniel Boone Amphitheater shuts its gates, all local residents are invited to see the outdoor drama at a discounted price.
08/09/2012
139

The Drama of Duplicity

Suspense and thrills mark Ensemble Stage’s ‘Fit to Kill’
07/26/2012
140

Broadway music docks at Land Harbor

A History of the American Musical,” July 27 to 29 in Crossnore
07/12/2012

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