Cirque de Vol

Saturday, February 29, 2020


Join Cirque de Vol for an astounding fun-filled evening of awe-inspiring circus spectacles. Enjoy amazing feats of strength, grace, comedy and beauty with a variety showcase designed to inspire and delight the whole family! Perfect for all ages!

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Collision of Rhythm

March 6, 2020


Tap into your inner rhythm with Bronkar Lee and Aaron Williams as Collision of Rhythm fills the stage with a richly rhythm-centered explosive experince of melodic movement and dynamic depth. Drumming, tap dancing, rhythm juggling, marimba, musical instruments and more, Collision of Rhythm has been described as "Stomp meets Blue Man meets Cirque de Soleil." Perfect for all members of the family!

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Mr. Handy's Blues

Saturday, March 14, 2020


William Christopher Handy is a larger than life figure in American Music History--for more than 100 years he’s been revered internationally as 'The Father of the Blues'. Mr. Handy’s Blues is an against-all-odds tale of family conflict, racial tensions and redemption. Born the son of a preacher in Post-Civil War Alabama, Handy rose to fame as one of the most beloved and prolific composers and music publishers of the 20th Century. Ten years in the making, the film includes never-before seen footage and photographs, and extensive rare audio and video recordings of W.C. Handy himself. Iconic Blues legends Taj Mahal and Bobby Rush appear in the film, which also features performances of Handy’s iconic songs St. Louis Blues, The Memphis Blues, Beale St. Blues, e.g. by current and past artists.

Join us following the movie for a talk back with members of the artistic team who made this movie.

Part of the Southern Circuit of Independent Films, supported by South Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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International Festival

Presented by the Cultural Arts Society of Fuquay-Varina

April 4, 2020


Discover the diverse cultures of Fuquay-Varina's vibrant community! The Cultural Arts Society of Fuquay-Varina's presents the 2nd Annual International Cultural Festival, complete with displays, activities and performances. Hosted by the Arts Center, the International Festival has something for everyone--come have fun sharing in the culture of many countries! This is a free event.

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On the Border--The Ultimate Eagles Tribute Band

Saturday, April 18, 2020


On the Border-the Ultimate Eagles Tribute from Charlotte, NC continues to be one of the most exciting and authentic tribute bands int he county, satisfying audiences up and down the East Coast. Their passion, showmanship and precise attention to replicating the details of The Eagles Music has earned them critical acclaim, name recognition and a very loyal following.

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Twelve Angry Jurors

Presented in partnership with the Justice Theatre Project, Raleigh, NC

April 24 & 25, 2020 at 7:30pm

April 26, 2020 at 3:30pm

Adult $23.00

Senior/Military $20.00

Student/Educator $5.00

Groups 10 or more $18.00

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A 19-year old man is on trial for murdering his father. An open and shut case. Eleven jurors vote guilty. One wants to talk. Tempers flare, prejudices are revealed, and battle lines are drawn and redrawn ina heated and thrilling exploration of reasonable doubt, justice, and the truth. Updating Twelve Angry Men to a gender neutral, multicultural cast only heightens the immediacy and relevance of this powerful drama.

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Life Without Basketball

Saturday, April 25, 2020


As a record-breaking high school star and college athlete, Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir’s life as a basketball player had structure and a clear forward path. Bilqis follows the Quran and has been wearing hijab since the age of fourteen, a practice she extends onto the court as well. Having just come off the best year of her college career at Indiana State, Bilqis began pursuing her goal to play professionally, at which point she was informed that FIBA (the international governing body for the sport) had a rule banning headscarves from international competition. The complex world of being Muslim in America, where family tradition and public perception are often at odds, is front and center in this portrait of an international athlete.

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Part of the Southern Circuit of Independent Films, supported by South Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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By August Wilson

Thursday, May 14, 7:30 pm
Friday, May 15, 7:30 pm
Saturday, May 16, 7:30 pm

Set in the 1950s, the evolving African-American experience is explored as a former star of the Negro baseball league, Troy Maxson, is excluded from the major leagues during his prime. Now working as a garbage man, bitterness takes its toll on his relationships as his son wants his own chance to play high school football and win a scholarship to go to college. The main action of the play takes place over a two-month period that changes the nature of the Maxson’s marriage and Cory’s path in life forever. Winner of the Tony Award for Best Play.

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