Cary, NC — A new play, Death By Design, will bring a story of murder and mayhem to the Cary Arts Center stage starting this weekend. The show is presented by the Cary Players Community Theater Company and is sure to entertain.
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Cary has its annual big Downtown Christmas celebration this weekend, with Santa’s Workshop, the Victorian Christmas at the Page-Walker Center, all culminating with the tree lighting. Also this weekend, you can see the Cary Players’ new production and the Cary Community Choir holds their 49th performance of Handel’s “Messiah.”
This weekend, Cary hosts the first ever BMX Freestyle competition to earn points for the Olympics. Plus, the Cary Players continue their performance of 12 Angry Jurors, there are downtown walking tours and more.
This weekend is absolutely packed in Cary, with both Asia Fest and the Fall Farmers Festival, the Cary Players start their first play of the new season, Cary Art Loop is this Friday and much more.
All this weekend, the Cary Players will be presenting “Men Always Leave,” a drama about family, betrayal and struggle, in their second-ever time doing a play written by a local playwright.
Groundhog Day is this weekend but if you don’t want to look at a big rodent, there are events all over town instead. The Cary Players put on a locally-written play all this weekend, the Concert Singers of Cary have their first Discovery Concert, Bond Brothers is hosting a beer and yoga event and much more.
All of us know the story of “A Christmas Carol,” and if called upon, we think we could put on a simple show of the classic Dickens tale. That’s what the characters think in the latest Cary Players performance, but obstacles mount in this mix of comedy, musical and emotional drama and they find themselves quickly in over their heads.
Over the next two weekends, the Cary Players will be performing the classic musical “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” at the Cary Arts Center, mixing all of the musicals various styles with both its comedy and its heart.
Neil Simon’s “Plaza Suite” has long been a celebrated play and movie for its comedic look at dysfunctional relationships. In the Cary Players’ new production, that same comedy and message comes through, even after 50 years.
This weekend in Cary, it’s another Final Friday Art Loop, as well as the start of a new performance by the Cary Players, a live game by North Carolina FC and more.