Cary, NC – If you love stage productions with lots of singing and choreography, then the Cary Players’ latest production Nunsense is a show you won’t want to miss.
Cary, NC — The Cary Players combine comedy and music in NunSense, an evening of hilarity for their 2013 Fall season opening production at the Cary Arts Center. Read more
Cary, N.C. – The Cary Players have announced the nominees for the 2013 Pietzsch Awards Ceremony. Read more
Review by Lindsey Chester, photos by Brooke Meyer.
Cary, NC – The Cary Players opened “Mornings at Seven” this past Friday at the Cary Arts Center with a last minute switch in the cast. Debra Grannon, a long-time board member for the group who has produced and appeared in numerous productions, took over the role of Arry, a week and a half before the play was to open. She literally steals the show. Read more
Photo from Cary Players.
Cary, NC- Cary is neighborly town, with families moving here that appreciate our “small town charm” even though we have grown to over 140,000 residents. The Cary Players last production of the season, Paul Osborn’s Mornings At Seven, is a comedy about small town life and opens April 5th at the Cary Arts Center. Read more
Story from staff reports. Photo by Debra Grannan. (L–>R) Kirsten Ehlert and Ashton Layh in the Cary Players production of The Miracle Worker.
Cary, NC – In an unusual bit of casting, real-life teacher and student play the roles of teacher Annie Sullivan and student Helen Keller in The Miracle Worker, opening this week at Cary Arts Center. Read more