A long-time educator will present a screening of movies made by Asheville students. Plus, the Prom Dress Exchange is back for a second year, Free Radio Asheville is immortalized in film and the Asheville Fringe Festival returns.
Local theater troupe The Cardboard Sea returns to the stage for the first time since the pandemic hit. Plus, Ole Shakey’s is back at a new location, the Flatiron Writers Room goes hybrid, and The Captain’s Bookshelf shuts down for good.
The Magnetic Theatre stays innovative, local filmmakers release new works and other area arts news.
For its past two appearances at the Asheville Fringe Arts Festival, local avant-garde theater company Anam Cara presented original pieces created by an ensemble. For 2015, its players are trying something slightly more traditional while still keeping with the Jan. 22-25 event’s focus on cross-genre collaboration and innovative performances. “The goal of Fringe is to […]
John Crutchfield’s latest play, Come Thick Night, will premiere at the Asheville Fringe Arts Festival next weekend. Get ready for some “wild, funny and disturbing” theater.
Peer into the strange and fantastical world of the seventh annual Asheville Fringe Festival, which was performed this weekend at the BeBe Theatre and on the LaZoom bus.