"Kiss Me Kate" runs on Friday and Saturday evenings with a Sunday matinee through June 30th. This Cole Porter musical opened on Broadway in 1948 and it earned the Tony for Best Musical. The story within a story weaves together a musical production of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew with the on and off-stage relationship between Fred Graham, (played by John C. Hall) the show's director, producer, and star, and his leading lady, his ex-wife Lilli Vanessi (played by Wendy Morrison.) Mother-daughter reviewers Becky Upham and Cicely Upham discuss the local production.
The week-long fundraiser begins this Saturday with the 2:30 p.m. staged reading of a play by Patsy Clarke and Ellen Landau. Clarke has a long local history, including performing in Asheville Community Theatre's first play in 1946. This is not only a world premiere for "Last Stop, Old," but a homecoming for Clarke. Photo by Rob Storrs.
- View All Articles
Click an article from the list, and it will appear here!
PT or PRN Physician's Assistant or Family Nurse Practitioner Needed to Join our Team
Two Positions at Carolina Mountain Land Conservancy
Carolina Mountain Land Conservancy (CMLC) protects land and water resources vital to our natural heritage and quality of life in…
2006 John Deere 5525 tractor for sale
2006 John Deere 5525 asking $9700, has cab heat air, 91HP, FWD, 540 PTO, email@example.com / 919-727-9742.
Bedroom in 2 bed apartment. $450 inclusive. Weaverville
Bedroom (11’x12’ w/ large closet) for rent in 2 bedroom apartment. For one person. It is a 1 ½ bath…
Missing Wedding Ring: $200 Reward (Downtown Asheville )
Gold Ring with yellow sapphire stone, hawk carved on one side, and celtic wedding knot. Lost on Friday night downtown…