Thank you to everyone who auditioned. Call backs are listed below: Izzy-Diana McQueen, Kirsten Ehlert, Vera Varlamov Tyler/Sam-Joseph Ayscue, Sean Wellington, Jaret Preston, Johnathan King, Wayne Mooring Bubbie-Gilly Conklin, Sonia Usatch-Kuhn Hannah-Karen Williams, Laura Arwood, Courtney Christison Callbacks are Saturday, December 12 at 1:30 p.m. at Cary Arts Center.
Chart Your Course for the Cary Arts Center On Thursday, December 3, at 7:30 pm Dashing Through the Snow opens for a limited, six-performance run at the Cary Arts Center. Over 500 tickets have been sold! Don’t be left out in the cold! Be sure to get your tickets early for this outrageously funny play […]
Big thanks to Randy Jordan for creating this Cary Players commercial!
November 9, 2015 Ugly Sweater Contest at Dashing Through the Snow December 3-7, 2015 at the Cary Arts Center Simply attending the uproarious play, Dashing Through the Snow, is all one needs for an enjoyable night at the theatre. However, Cary Players wants to add an extra layer of fun to the event. To that […]
Cary Players Presents Dashing Through the Snow A Jones Hope Wooten Comedy December 3-7, 2015 at the Cary Arts Center Cary Players Community Theatre is delighted to serve up a side-splitting, southern-fried comedy this December. Dashing Through the Snow, a Jones Hope Wooten comedy will be presented December 3-7, 2015 on the main stage at […]
Spooky stories, ghostly legends and bit of mystery dramatized by Cary Players will send a chill up your spine! Performed in the main gallery of the historic 1868 Page-Walker, come and enjoy complimentary apple cider and tasty autumn treats as you are visited by spirits from Cary’s past. Recommended for ages 12 & older. Seating […]
Thanks to everyone who auditioned for Dashing Through the Snow! We had a great turnout and a lot of talent to chose from. Kick-Off meeting for cast and crew is THIS Monday (October 5th) at 6:30pm in Studio M10 at the Cary Arts Center.
The director would like the following people to please attend a callback at 7:00 pm in the theatre at the Cary Art Center:
We’re kicking off the second weekend of Isn’t It Romantic tonight – so if you haven’t gotten tickets yet, do so now! Only 2 weekends left! If you need a little push, here’s Pamela Vesper and Kurt Benrud’s review the show in the Triangle Arts & Entertainment:
Make plans now to take your favorite guy or gal out for a show this weekend as Cary Players presents the romantic comedy Isn’t It Romantic! The show opens this Friday at the Cary Arts Center’s beautiful 400-seat theatre and features some of the area’s best stage performers and artists! In Isn’t It Romantic, Pulitzer-prize […]