Be There Nov 5-10, 2015

by Austin Kindley


The Crucible Nov 5, 7, 2015 7:30 pm | $10

Historic Bethabara Park

2147 Bethabara Rd. Winston-Salem, NC 27106

The Crucible is a gripping historical play that captures the drama and hysteria of the Salem witch trials in the late 17th century. Originally intended as an allegory of 1950s McCarthyism, The Crucible is relevant to todays sociopolitical climate, in which the pervasive threat of terrorism has led us to suspect and even persecute our own citizens. There will be a pay-as-you-can performance on Thursday, November 5th. The Triad Shakespearience is a Winston-Salem based community theatre organization that is committed to bringing classical theatre, new works and underperformed plays to Triad performers and audiences.

Ang Li – 7:30 pm | $15-$20. Call the box office at 336-887-3001, 12-5pm, Mon-Fri. for more details.

High Point Theatre

220 E Commerce Ave High Point, NC 27262

Delivering adjectives any concert-goer thrives on captivating, powerful, passionate, exquisite the Triad will be treated to an evening of musical excitement on Thursday, November 5, as pianist Ang Li takes command of the stage at the High Point Theatre. A multifaceted virtuoso, Lis youth, talent, personality and audience appeal make her one of the worlds rising classical piano stars. Featuring some of the most loved selections from a classical American repertoire, such as Earl Wilds arrangement of Embraceable You (originally by George Gershwin), musicians from the School of the Arts NC will also collaborate with Miss Li in this performance. Ang Li made her first public appearance at Beijing Concert Hall at age six. At age thirteen, she made her orchestral debut with the Little Orchestra Society of New York at Avery Fisher Hall. She has also performed with the Montral Symphony Orchestra, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Staten Island Symphony, City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong, American Academy of Conducting Orchestra, and one month prior to performing at Avery Fisher Hall, she made her orchestral debut with the Manhattan School of Music Repertory Orchestra. Ms. Li holds a Bachelors Degree from The Curtis Institute of Music, a Masters Degree from The Juilliard School and an Artist Diploma from Texas Christian University. Ranked among the worlds top 30 pianists by the prestigious Van Cliburn Foundation in 2009, and the recipient of numerous honors and awards, Ms. Li performs regularly throughout North America, Europe and Asia. She has appeared at all three biggies Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center and Lincoln Center the National Arts Centre in Ottawa, Runekerk of Bergen in the Netherlands, Hong Kong City Hall, Forbidden City Concert Hall in Beijing, among others. With huge audience appeal and breath-taking talent, she remains dedicated to inspiring audiences of all ages to develop a taste for classical music, a genre rarely heard by the youth of today. Ang Lis music, together with her overwhelming charm and spirit, allows her to soar to unimaginable heights, says Theatre Director David Briggs. And she doesnt go alone, she skillfully brings her audience along for the ride! Tickets are $15-$20, available by calling (336) 887-3001 or online at

Badfish: Tribute to Sublime – 8:00 pm | $10-$30. Tickets are available online at and at the box office

Cone Denim Entertainment Center

117 South Elm Street Greensboro, NC 27401

Badfish: A Tribute to Sublime is a tribute band dedicated to playing the music of Sublime and not to be confused with the original Badfish from Southern California. The group is named after a song appearing on the album 40oz. to Freedom. Formed in 2001 at the University of Rhode Island, the groups members, who were computer science majors, began playing local Rhode Island clubs and quickly began selling out shows. They continued touring the East Coast and Midwest of the U.S., becoming popular on college campuses among Sublime fans who never were able to see the band due to Bradley Nowells 1996 death. Since then the group has done multiple national tours per year. In 2008, the band was nominated for Best Tribute Act in the Boston Music Awards. See them with Sun Dried Vibes on November 6


An Evening of Whimsy: Celebrating 150 Years After Alice – 7:00 pm | $55-$250

Millennium Center

101 W. 5th St. Winston Salem, NC 27101

Join us for an interactive, once-in-a-lifetime event celebrating the 150th anniversary of the publication of Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. The evening will feature an appearance by Gregory Maguire, international bestselling author of Wicked and his new book After Alice. Enjoy inspired cuisine, Raffaldini wines, creative games, live music, silent films of Alice, special collection of Lewis Carroll memorabilia and more! Presented with support from the Millennium Center with special thanks to Goodwill Industries. Ticketed event. Tickets available: or by calling: 1-800-838-3006. Ticket Price Range – $55 – $250

You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown Nov 6, 7, 2015 8:00 pm | $12-$15. $15 for adults$12 for Seniors and Students

Stephen D Hyers Studio Theater

200 N Davie St Greensboro, NC 27401

The Drama Center of City Arts presents ‘You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown’, the delightful musical based on Charles Schulz’ famous Peanuts cartoon strip. Bring the whole family for a great time with the Peanuts gang, including Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the rest of the beloved characters!


House in the Horseshoe Archaeology Event – 9:30 am | Free

House in the Horseshoe State Historic Site

288 Alston House Road Sanford, NC 27237

1st Annual House in the Horseshoe Archaeology Day House in the Horseshoe, North Carolina State Historic site will be hosting the 1st Annual Archaeology Day from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm and an Archaeology Round Table from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, Saturday November 7, 2015. This is your chance to find out whats under the ground at House in the Horseshoe and to talk with experts in the fields of Archaeology, Metal Detecting, History, and Geology. The event is Free. Experts will be on hand to answer your questions about House in the Horseshoe land through time, who lived at the site, and what they left behind. We will have Jacob Turner, the UNC-Greensboro doctorale candidate who conducted a two year long excavation of House in the Horseshoe. He will be discussing how he used the tools of the trade in his search for artifacts, what he found as he dug throught he dirt, and how archaeologists preserve and protect these fascinating relics. We will also have other experts in the fields of Archaeology, Geology, History, and Metal Detecting on hand to answer questions and provide insight into the history of House in the Horseshoe. We will also have many of the archaeology instruments and tools used at House in the Horseshoe to uncover the artifacts along with actual artifacts Jacob found in his excavations using these instruments and tools. We will also have several fun hands-on activities for the whole family including mini-archaeology kits and kinetic sand to make landscape features. At 6:00 pm at the Masonic Lodge, 302 Saunders St. in Carthage, will hosting an Archaeology Round Table with members of the archaeology team at House in the Horseshoe. This round table will focus on more detailed information about archaeology and House in the Horseshoe as well as showing photographs and slides detailing the archaeology dig. Seating is limited, please call for reservations for the evening event. The event is Free. The House in the Horseshoe State Historic Site is located at 288 Alston House Road, Sanford, NC 27330 which his 16 miles west of Sanford off NC 42 and 10 miles north of Carthage on the Carbonton-Carthage Road (State Road 1006/16310). For more information call 910-947-2051, Visit our official website at or the sites Facebook page at The Historic Site Section of the Division of Archives and History is administered by the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources. This event is sponsored by the House in the Horseshoe Preservation Committee, Inc. All public buildings at the House in the Horseshoe are accessible to people with disabilities

8th Annual Colfax Persimmon Festival – 10:00 am | $7

Historic Stafford Farm

558 N. Bunker Hill Road Oak Ridge, NC 27310

The Festival celebrates all things persimmon, along with historic farming and demonstrations, music, arts & crafts, food vendors, vintage cars and farming equipment and more.

Shea’s Case 5K – 11:00 am | $15-$30

The Railyard Entertainment Complex

120 Barnhardt Street Greensboro, NC 27406

We are excited to announce the inaugural Sheas Chase 5K Run/Walk. This race is open to the entire community and all proceeds will support the Mental Health Association in Greensboro. The races primary purpose is to bring together the Triad community to raise awareness and support for mental health in memory of our dear friend, Shea McKenna, who we lost far too early in June 2014. We hope to create a movement in our community where mental wellness is just as important as physical wellness. Sheas Chase 5K Run/Walk started as a simple idea to do something to help memorialize our friend, Shea and to create a movement towards mental wellness for the Greensboro community. Sheas Chase is dedicated to increasing awareness and decreasing the stigma. Sheas Chase will promote community resources that are available for those who experience mental health problems or know and love someone who does. . We hope that this event will destigmatize these issues, offer support to those involved, and help further fund the Mental Health Association in Greensboro so that they may touch additional people in our community who need their help. To learn more, please visit or or call us at 336-373-1402.


The Boxcar Children – 2:00 pm | $14.05

Twin City Stage

610 Coliseum Drive Winston-Salem, NC 27106

The Boxcar Children A Drama by Barbara Field, based on the book by Gertrude Chandler Warner Directed by Nick Zayas November 6-8, 2015 Hanesbrands Theatre Friday & Saturday performances at 7 pm; Sunday matinee at 2 pm Online tickets will be available beginning Tuesday, August 4. Tickets can also be purchased at the box office window, one hour prior to each performance Orphaned and in danger of being sent to different foster homes, the four Alden siblings run away and make their home in an abandoned railroad boxcar. Pursued by the authorities and a mysterious stranger, the children discover the rewards and perils of life on the run, as well as the joy of keeping their family together. The chance to identify and appreciate the strength, and the good, that were all capable of demonstrating in times of crisis should provide a welcomeopportunity for both children and their parents. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Show Notes: This show is filled with adventure and recommended for kids 6+. It runs approximately 90 minutes with no intermission. Cast: Tim Austin – Mr. Alden/Cookie Arron Barber-Stephens – Sheriff Banning Ramona Griffin-Noble – Mrs. Alberts/Mrs. Truman/Bakery Woman Quint Johnson – Benny Jacob Koerner – The Kid Tyler Lashley – Henry Michael Madrey – Dr. Samuel Truman/Big Mike Ella Marion – Violet Caroline Puschinsky – Sarah Calder Kady Ann Tilley – Jessie