August 2011

August 2011
From appearances by George Jones to performances of Madame Butterfly, WNC stages offer a wonderfully eclectic lineup

Kellin Watson | Halo of Blue

Aaron Wood

Al Petteway & Amy White | High in the Blue Ridge

Jonathan Scales Fourchestra | Character Farm and Other Short Stories

Secret Agent 23 Skidoo | Monkey Wrench

The Secret B-Sides | Flowers & Chocolate

An aerialist teaches others the ropes of high-flying performance

Asheville's sketch comedy troupe brings plenty of laughs

Asheville Vaudeville is as strange as it gets--in a good way

Get out on the floor with dance classes in ballroom, Salsa, clogging, and more

Asheville Ballet gears up for fall with kid-friendly productions

Asheville Contemporary Dance Theatre cultivates international communication

Moogfest sends out good vibrations

One symphony is great, but three in WNC is something to brag about

Every seat is a good seat for the Asheville Chamber Music Series

Along About Sundown, a play about the life of Bascom Lamar Lunsford, hits close to home

World premieres take the stage at the Magnetic Field

Aspiring thespians find their voice, and more, at Stella Adler Studio of Acting

The Performance Center in Asheville promises a bigger, better home for the arts

Asheville's Masonic Temple invites the world in

Thanks to community support, the show always goes on at Peacock Playhouse

The town's largest venue sets the stage for big name acts

Hayes Performing Arts Center raises the curtain again

North Carolina's state theater opens new digs on Main Street in Hendersonville

It's stand-up paddleboarding, and it's riding a wave of popularity on lakes and rivers

Crimson Laurel Gallery in Bakersville displays beautiful works of art and the building's storied past