Theatre In The Park delivers big again in this season's production of "The Elephant Man." Presented in TIP's intimate theatre, the show mesmerizes from start to finish. Ira David Wood III portrays Mr. Merrick with heartbreaking warmth and intelligence, contorting his body to match the appropriate physical deformities the entire show. The supporting cast is superb, notably Ira David Wood IV and Lynda Clark. This contemplative show gains it's power more from the other character's reactions to and treatment of Mr. Merrick (and his reactions and response) than from Mr. Merrick himself. There's only one more weekend to see this fabulous show. Don't miss it!
This small Theater always delivers big productions. I have seen many different styles of plays here and never been disappointed. Ira David Wood III leads groups of actors in many styles and has produced more play than i can count that have made me Cry,Laugh and yes even think. I you are looking for a Community Theater that offers Broadway quality shows check this Theater out soon.
I look forward to "The Elephant Man" The cast looks amazing!!
Have been a fan of Mr. Dave since I saw him on my 19th birthday in 1974. Last year got to see him again on my birthday in Greensboro where I mostly listened but grabbed a few images of him. Even played "Soul Of A Man" for my birthday at my wife's request. This is a not to be missed show and it was packed last year in Greensboro so I wouldn't delay getting tickets for it. Mr. Dave tends to draw almost all the local musicians out of the woodwork so it will be interesting to see who shows up to see him at the Motorco.
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This show is going to be amazing! Eleanor Tallie has a beautiful voice.
Michelle did a wonderful production of Grounded....
Since before there was a North Carolina, generations have lived off the waters of the Core Sound. Their way of life, their love of the water, their determination to survive, their culture, language and cuisine has fed the spirit and body of the state from one generation to the next. Now, awash in globalized seafood, amidst shifting political and economic landscapes, fishermen with one foot in the past are charting a new course for their future, steeped in tradition while looking far ahead, certain that they will make it Big.
Part of an ongoing project by filmmaker and photographer Dan Smith to document the evolving nature of North Carolina's commercial fishing industry and the impact it is having on small coastal communities, like Harkers Island, NC.
Great place to take friends, sit outdoors at big tables, have a beer, and eat great food from a small but very tasty menu.
Freshest, tastiest, home-made sandwiches, soups, and coffees in town. AND... fabulous desserts.
Fresh and delicious!
The taste for CTS has been acquired by Raleigh. The last show was packed. With Marbin on the bill, anyone with respect for sax or guitar will enjoy themselves Saturday night. Get the free compilation album at considerthesourcemusic.com
This was one of the most unique shows I've seen in the triangle! I recommend it for anyone who is looking for an intimate and thrilling theatre experience!
GREAT CAUSE! GREAT MUSIC!
This is a unique venue. Eclectic music lovers will love this place. It's not on the beaten track but it's worth finding! The owners really know their music and book fun bands with a great vibe. BYOB.
The opening band Trainwreck is also amazing. Be sure not to miss them, they put on a helluva show.
Fantastic espresso every time, delicious macchiato, lovable coffee, bangin pastries, and quirky fun personalities behind the counter. This place raises my spirits every time I come by!
Fabulous!!! Buy tickets before it sells out!
excellent vegan foods, prepared with Love!!
It's going to be an epic time!
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