Imagine walking into an elevator disguised as a tree trunk and descending into the earth where you encounter the other elements — air, fire and water — and a realm of dreams.Imagination Installations Project Winston-Salem will provide a chance to do that when they present “Beyond Imagination: Thinking big outside the box, Dreaming big inside the CUBE” on Sept. 22 and 24 at the Center for Design Innovation.“We are asking for silence in the CUBE.
Cle Thompson was working on her Southern accent last week, which is pretty funny considering that her day job is teaching other actors how to speak with no accent.Thompson, who splits her time between Winston-Salem and Los Angeles, is preparing for the role of Daisy Werthan in Alfred Uhry’s play, “Driving Miss Daisy.” It will open Sept. 22 at the Willingham Theater in Yadkinville.Ron Stacker Thompson is directing.
The name of the play, “Steel Magnolias,” says it all.Robert Harling’s 1987 play about the hidden strength of women opened Friday at the Little Theatre of Winston-Salem.Set in small-town Louisiana and based on Harling’s experience of losing his sister, Susan, to Type 1 diabetes, Harling uses nonstop zingers and zany one-liners to unveil a serious message about life-and-death choices and the deep love that can grow among women.Absurd behavior by off-screen husbands and the charming...
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Selecting a term
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