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Camel City Playhouse proudly presents A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams. The passionate story of a troubled southern Belle Blanche Dubois visiting her sister Stella and in a crowded and boisterous corner of Nee Orleans. Her delusions of grandeur bring her into conflict with Stel…

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The 24th annual RiverRun International Film Festival, which took place April 21-30, was, in the words of executive director Rob Davis, “a ‘stepping stone’ festival back toward normalcy and it exceeded our expectations,” he said. “We are delighted at the positive response from our audiences a…

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The Heart of the Triad Choral Society, proudly announces our much awaited return to the stage as a full choir! Over the past 2 years, HTCS has worked hard to navigate the protocols and restrictions of the Covid pandemic, which kept so many of the performing arts from even gathering at full s…

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Will Wilson: Connecting the Dots Opens at SECCA June 16Diné (Navajo) Photographer and Community Engagement Artist Explores Environmental Justice, Institutional Racism, and Indigenous Futurism(Winston-Salem, NC) – The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) will host Will Wilson: Con…

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Since 1949, the United States has recognized May as national Mental Health Awareness Month. This national recognition was started by the Mental Health America organization. Each year, millions of Americans face the reality of living with mental illness. The purpose of Mental Health Awareness…

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On Friday, May 13, 2022, LB the Poet presents the secon season of Lyrics by the Lake. This is the first of 6 events at The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (750 Maurgerite Drive, Winston-Salem, NC 27106) that showcasethe multi-faceted artistry of LB the Poet, W.O.R.D. Society, and ot…

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Like most people, Katie Podracky found herself looking for a new hobby during the 2020 lockdowns. A spontaneous day trip to Haw River state park quickly turned into a NC state park challenge. The Podracky family raced across North Carolina, discovering each of the 41 state parks as shutdowns…

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In May of 1977, a little-heralded fantasy extravaganza called Star Wars became both a Hollywood and cultural phenomenon, arguably the biggest entertainment franchise in history. It has spawned prequels, sequels, and spin-offs, to say nothing of countless rip-offs, inspired a worldwide legion…

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Arts Council of Winston-Salem & Forsyth County and HUSTLE Winston-Salem are partnering with Visions Event Center for an Art & Business Expo at Liberty Plaza this Saturday, April 30, noon to 4 p.m. Visions Event Center is located on the ground floor of the Liberty Plaza building at 10…

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This week, the district of Old Salem is full of celebrations that precede the founding of America. 

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“This project is a Black cultural event,” said musician, producer, and entrepreneur Cyril Howell about Strange Fruit, a show of savory soul, jazz, blues, gospel, R&B, and hip-hop that’s happening on Friday, April 15, from 6 to 10 p.m. in the Van Dyke Performance Space at the Greensboro C…

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Winston-Salem’s a/perture cinema has bestowed its first a/ward to Jeffrey “Smitty” Smith for his contribution to Winston-Salem, downtown, and the arts community through his long-running “Smitty’s Notes,” which marks its 25th anniversary this year.

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Inspired by the real-life Mother of the Blues, Gertrude “Ma” Rainey, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom by Pulitzer Prize-Winning playwright, August Wilson takes place in Chicago in 1927 over a single day of making music, making jokes, and making deals. A young, ambitious horn player named Levee arriv…

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Wake Forest University launched the Face to Face Speaker Forum in spring 2020. The community-facing series brings world-renowned, influential voices to Winston-Salem to discuss topics in a variety of areas including politics, arts and culture, business, global issues and social justice.