What’s Happening…

july-calendar-e1531229206872.jpgThere are so many exciting things happening at Parkway Playhouse… just check out the calendar!

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Wednesday, July 11 — Reading Is Alive — 1 pm at the Avery County Library 

Goldilocks and the Three Bears, a musical for young audiences is FREE and includes a FREE book and FREE craft activity.  Kids also may get a Reading Is Alive 2018 t-shirt!

Thursday, July 12 — Reading Is Alive — 1 pm at the Spruce Pine Public Library

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Friday, July 13 — Oliver! — 7:30 pm

Read a review in the Mountain XPress
Purchase tickets online HERE

Saturday, July 14 — Oliver! — 7:30 pm (FINAL SHOW)

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Friday, July 21 — Madagascar, Jr. Summer Camp Performance — 6 pm

Come see what these 50 kids have learned in two short weeks! Tickets available at the door. ($11 Adult – $9 Member – $5.50 Student)

Saturday, July 22 — Madagascar, Jr. Summer Camp Performance — 6 pm

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The cast of Godspell is currently hard at work rehearsing!

Saturday, July 28 — GODSPELL — 7:30 pm — OPENING NIGHT

Join us on opening night and you get to attend the after-show reception where you can mingle with other theatre-goers and meet the cast… plus have some complimentary munchies.

Purchase tickets HERE or by calling the box office at 828.682.4285

Sunday, July 29 — GODSPELL — 3 pm — Post Show Q&A

After our Sunday shows, several members of the cast and creative team return to the stage after the performance where they answer a few questions and give an insider’s perspective to the musical and the rehearsal process.

** If your church group would like to reserve a block of seats (at a slight discount) be sure to arrange that early. (Groups of 10 or more receive a 10% discount off full-priced tickets.)

Purchase tickets HERE or by calling the box office at 828.682.4285

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Tuesday, July 31 — Miscast Cabaret — NEW — 7:30 pm

Every performer knows the frustration of falling in love with a beautiful song but knowing he or she will never get to sing it in a show, because they wouldn’t be cast (because of gender, age, physical appearance) in that role.  MISCAST CABARET solves that problem by having performers from our 2018 season sing the beloved songs they know they’d never get a chance to otherwise!

Join us for this night of musical fun! There are already 10 acts on the schedule (including Briar Boggs, Hunter Taylor, Brittany Wise, Bobby Guenther, Rachel Haimowitz, and Maximillian Koger.) There aren’t tickets to purchase in advance, we simply suggest a donation at the door.

Friday, August 3 — GODSPELL — 7:30pm

** If your church group would like to reserve a block of seats (at a slight discount) be sure to arrange that early. (Groups of 10 or more receive a 10% discount off full-priced tickets.)

Purchase tickets HERE or by calling the box office at 828.682.4285

Saturday, August 4 — Reading Is Alive — 10 am at the Mount Mitchell Craft Fair

This is the final show of Goldilocks and the Three Bears, so if you haven’t seen it yet this summer, here’s your chance. Plus, the Mount Mitchell Craft Fair is fun for the whole family… and there will be plenty of yummy lunch choices after the show!

Saturday, August 4 — GODSPELL — 7:30pm

Purchase tickets HERE or by calling the box office at 828.682.4285

Sunday, August 5 — GODSPELL — 3:00pm

After our Sunday shows, several members of the cast and creative team return to the stage after the performance where they answer a few questions and give an insider’s perspective to the musical and the rehearsal process.

Purchase tickets HERE or by calling the box office at 828.682.4285

 

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Parkway Playhouse, located in the Appalachian town of Burnsville, NC, is a haven of theatre talent. While people come to the mountains to get away, Parkway Playhouse is a natural gathering place to connect. Likewise, we are an extension of traditional mountain talents: singing, dancing, and, foremost, storytelling. By giving rise to energetic new voices and through a wide variety of plays and musicals, we invite our audience into experiences that are thought-provoking, adventurous, and entertaining. Together we reimagine the world in every live performance, creating dynamic conversations that last far beyond the curtain call. This blog is will feature stories, helpful information, insight and features about the performances.

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