July 23, 2014 10:35
“The purpose of our awards ceremony is to close our season and to take a moment to thank our volunteers and recognize those who went above and beyond,” said Rachel Schroeder, KLT president. “As a volunteer-based organization this is so important. We give special awards to those who have really shined....
July 16, 2014 11:37
Coming soon, Broadway’s Best Theatre Company presents the Whitetop Mountain Band on July 26, starting at 6 p.m. The Whitetop Mountain Band is one of the most popular dance bands of the Appalachian Mountains. They have a great following at square dances all over Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee and Kentucky....
July 16, 2014 11:37
Getting ready for dance class was a chaotic adventure for my mom and I. I took lessons two days a week after school at the Greensboro Cultural Center until I was 15. It was my job to change into my pink tights and burgundy leotard, usually in the back seat of my mom’s Chrysler because I hadn’t changed in the school bathroom....
July 9, 2014 10:54
“It’s a great group of kids to have,” Nierle said. “Many of them have other theater experience so they know the (rehearsal and acting) process and they’re really very responsible and mature about how they’re approaching it. (They’re) really finding deeper meaning in the show....
July 3, 2014 10:09
For me, summertime meant riding horses, swimming in the lake and only taking one or two showers for the week. It also meant dirt under my fingernails and mosquito bites up and down my leg, which is why a summer theater camp might be a better option for your kids who prefer to stay indoors....
June 25, 2014 11:45
This week Kernersville Little Theatre reminds us that sometimes you don’t have to go on an expensive vacation just to have an adventure. With the right mindset, excitement and wonder can explode out of the ordinary and find you, and that’s exactly what happens in Brigadoon....
June 18, 2014 10:21
Men have been reciting some version of “(w)itches be crazy” for decades, like its some sort of male motto or comforting excuse to remove themselves from blame or foreboding drama. And William Shakespeare was no exception. He, too, had no problem noting a female’s ability to be frustrating or conniving....
June 11, 2014 10:06
I share with my readers the same crestfallen attitude toward the Great Lag between spring and fall theater seasons. After all, the kids are finally out of school and those few vacation and “sick” days have finally racked up and you actually have more time to enjoy the things you love....
May 21, 2014 12:15
“But our directors were resolute that we would continue in a new space,” Nierle said. “One thing about Open Space is how strong our board of directors is. I know the theater is in strong hands. I could step away and it would keep going and that was my goal all along....

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