What is the Alamance Repertory Theatre Company
ARTC … bringing live theatre to the Downtown Arts District in Winston-Salem, NC
Willingham Story Slam
Sunday, May 19 from 4-6 pm for a “School Days” Story Slam.
Volunteers from the community will perform a live, 5-minute recollection and reflection from their own experience, a true story based on the theme “School Days.”
Audience members will volunteer to form judging teams to choose the most compelling story told at the event.
Tickets are $5 online or $7 at the door. Although admission is not age restricted, please consider that slam events are open mic. We do not control or know the story content in advance. Some stories may be explicit and meant for an audience aged 16 years and older.
A free storytelling performance workshop will be held on April 20 from noon until 2 pm at the Creative Community Lab in the railroad building at 300 S. Liberty St, Suite 150, next to Willow’s Bistro.
The workshop will be led by Joe Mills, with help from Laura Hart McKinney, professors at UNCSA.
Are you an artist?
Add your art to the theatre. If you are interested in leaving a little piece of yourself on the hallway walls of the theatre, contact Marsha at 336-408-9739. We can work out a time for you to come add your name, tag, favorite doodle, etc to the wall. All designs must be submitted prior to painting for approval. No gang signs or inappropriate language/drawings permitted.
Performing May 4 at 8:30 pm
Join Early Gray as they launch their new CD. Free admittance, donations accepted. Door opens at 8:00 pm. Open seating.
ARTC is sad to announce that the summer drama camp has been cancelled due to lack of reaching our minimum number of campers. Please plan on joining us for summer camp in July of 2020.
Coming in 2019
Savannah Sipping Society
Auditions June 23 and 24
Show dates August 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25
Auditions August 21 and 22
Show dates Sept 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, 29
Auditions September 8 and 9
Show dates October 18, 19, 20
Show dates Dec 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15
May 24, 25, 31, June 1 at 7:30 pm May 26 and June 2 at 3 pm
Director: Gill Thornton
Music Director: James Stryska
In this revamped interpretation of the Stephen King novel, Carrie: The Musical follows a young woman with telekinetic powers. Carrie is tormented at school, and remains lost at home, with a fervently religious mother while love traps her in its maw. When PE teacher Miss Gardener, kind classmate Sue Snell, and boyfriend Tommy Ross reach out to try and help Carrie, it seems that for once, Carrie might have a shot at being accepted. But Chris Hargensen, the class’s most vicious bully, has other ideas. Pushed to the brink, Carrie’s powers threaten to overwhelm her, and devour everyone around her in flame.