Talent abounds in Western Wake, as proven by this week’s on-stage calendar.
From local performers to one-night-only guests offering drama, comedy music and more, your entertainment is guaranteed!
Friday & Saturday, April 29-30
Holly Springs Cultural Center
Men, marriage, aging and more are faced head-on by five friends in this comedy presented by Holly Springs Community Theatre. And when trouble strikes, they rally to take the story in a surprising direction.
Friday thru Sunday, April 29-May 1
Halle Cultural Arts Center, Apex
A full cast of Triangle actors bring this hit comedy to life, featuring Suzette the cook, Suzanne the lover, a suspicious wife and a confused husband. It all takes place in the French countryside.
Friday, April 29
The Cary Theater
Buddy Mondlock, Dana Cooper and Bill West bring their respective musical talents to The Cary stage for one night only. Mondlock’s written songs that have been recorded by singers like Guy Clark, Nanci Griffith and Janis Ian. Cooper is a song poet with a quick wit, and West wows with his guitar.
Saturday, April 30
Garner Performing Arts Center
The final concert in the 2015-16 Broadway Voices season features David Burnham, star of Broadway’s Wicked, Light in the Piazza, and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat), in an up-close, solo performance.
Sunday, May 1
Cary Arts Center
The Triangle Youth String Orchestra, open to students in the fourth grade and older, performs with kids in mind, in this children’s concert.