Scivic Rivers is the new musical nom de plume of North Carolina American singer-songwriter Randy Bickford; the new self-titled album is his seventh full-length album. Pitchfork Magazine described Randy's writing as "tracing a single thought or sketching a single image throughout the course of several bars, building suspense and making you wait patiently for the payoff". Special guest includes Quetico. Led by North Carolina artist Yan Westerlund, Quetico is a jazz project that explores the edges of jazz music and what lies beyond its traditional musical construct.
Actors Improv Theater presents an improvised musical all about the ups and downs of romantic love. Featuring new company members Parker Bach and Hailey Brown with director Greg Hohn, Dana Marks, Steve Scott, and accompanist Glenn Mehrbach, this show is made up on the spot based on audience suggestions! Don't miss it!
As one of A Southern Thing's top 10 comedians to watch, Nashville's own Lee Hardin will be performing live, here at The ArtsCenter. Lee has appeared on DryBar comedy surpassing a million views and The Mike Huckabee Show. A clean comedian in the vein of Jim Gaffigan, Jeff Foxworthy and Brian Regan, Lee's show is for everyone to enjoy, so bring your friends and family for this special one-night North Carolina show! Masks required for attendees.
The Simon Dunson quartet is a collective group interpreting original compositions that combines the accessibility and joy of American folk music, the unexpected twists and turns of jazz and the spirit of the blues. Whether you like rock, pop, blues, jazz or bluegrass you are sure to have a great time listening to this band!
Presented by award-winning choreographer Killian Manning, When The Stars Lose Their Light is a dynamic dance performance that explores ways in which we cope with loss, upheaval, and the unforeseen. Combining movement, music, text, and props, Manning creates an evocative atmosphere that is by turns provocative and poignant.
Presented by award-winning choreographer Killian Manning, When the Stars Lose Their Light is a dynamic dance performance that explores ways in which we cope with loss, upheaval, and the unforeseen. Combining movement, music, text, and props, Manning creates an evocative atmosphere that is by turns provocative and poignant.