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All shows located at the Cary Arts Center
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Antonio Rocha presents
Saturday, October 13 | 11 a.m. | Buy Tickets
Welcome to Antonio Rocha's world of mime, sound effects, zany characters, physical comedy, and one-of-a-kind storytelling. You will be spellbound by myths, the absurd, and the poetic. This performance showcases Antonio’s versatile talents for silent and spoken works. www.storyinmotion.com
ArtsPower's production of
"Nugget & Fang"
Saturday, November 3 | 3 p.m. | Buy Tickets
ArtsPower’s under-the-sea musical tells the story of Nugget, a minnow, and Fang, a shark, who get along swimmingly — until Nugget’s first day of minnow school. There, Nugget learns that minnows are supposed to be afraid of sharks! To regain Nugget’s trust, Fang takes desperate and hilarious measures. Nothing goes as planned. Fang is moping in deep waters when he notices that Nugget and his minnow schoolmates are caught up in some big trouble (and one very big net). Holy mackerel! Can Fang save the day and prove he’s a true friend? www.artspower.org
Cary Ballet presents
“The Nutcracker Suite”
Saturday, December 15 | 11 a.m. | Buy Ticktets
During this one-hour spectacular, enjoy a delightful, condensed version of the holiday classic “The Nutcracker” in addition to a mini-ballet demonstration by Cary Ballet Company’s Artistic Director. Afterwards, join us for a special Ballerina Tea. Decorate a teacup and take photos with featured ballerinas.
This performance is not a part of the season package. Tickets for the performance are $12. Tickets for the Ballerina Tea are $10 and sold separately. www.caryballet.com
Jeff Boyer Productions presents
Saturday, February 16 | 3 p.m. | Buy Tickets
Jeff Boyer takes bubbles to the max in this one-man bubble extravaganza. It’s the craziest, most creative bubble show around. Jeff juggles bubbles, sculpts and builds with bubbles, and makes fog-filled bubbles!. Mixing comedy, music, and interactive bubble-magic, he engages and delights audiences of all ages. www.jeffboyer.com
Philharmonic Association Chamber Ensembles present
“The Triumph of Rapunzel“ and the
Sunday, March 24 | 3 p.m. | Buy Tickets
Two Grimm's fairytales told by youth musicians, actors, and visual artists with original music by R. Michael Daugherty. www.philharmonic-association.org
Lexington Children's Theatre presents
Saturday, April 6 | 3 p.m.
This is a story about a girl and her Nan. The girl’s name is Rapunzel, and she likes painting with every color imaginable, watching the birds fly down to the seashore, and singing her Nan’s old lullaby. But as Rapunzel grows older and older, and her hair grows longer and longer, her curiosity grows bigger and bigger as she wonders what lies behind the distant horizon. Join us once upon a time and once upon a place in this re-telling of a classic fairy tale that celebrates life’s little adventures, the magic of growing up, and the strong love of family. www.lctonstage.org
For general information, call (919) 462-2055.
Sarah Preston, Operations & Program Supervisor-Theatre