Category: Theater

WANTED: ‘BORIS KARLOFF’ LOOK-ALIKE

North Carolina History Theater in downtown New Bern presents the popular and hilarious 1941 Broadway play ‘Arsenic & Old Lace’ (see ad on page 22) in which one creepy character is repeatedly described as resembling famous actor Boris Karloff. Just…

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‘Grinch’ set for Dec. 17 & 18 at Arapahoe Charter School Wyatt Hahn: “Being in Theatre Arts at ACS for four years has been a trulygreat experience. “The Grinch!” is definitely the most comedic play we’ve done. What I’ve learned…

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Voices of Volunteers at The Old Theater

By Elaine Creel In 2003 my husband Bill and I had just moved to Oriental and were driving around town when I saw an open side door at The Old Theater. I had always wanted to act in a “real”…

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‘We’re off to see the Wizard!’

Join us for this wonderful adventure when a tornado rips through Kansas and Dorothy and her dog, Toto, are whisked away to the magical land of Oz. Follow the Yellow Brick to performances at The Old Theater on April 29th…

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How Did That Happen? The History Behind Honour, The Musical

In a free presentation the writers of Honour, The Musical discuss politics, race relations and music of 1802 New Bern NEW BERN, NC, Bill Hand and Simon Spalding have crafted Honour, The Musical that tells the story of the Spaight-Stanly…

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