The Judson Theater Company ends their 8th season with the production of Agatha Christie’s WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION, to be held at the Bradshaw Performing Arts Center from Nov. 21st to Nov. 24th. Tickets can be purchased at www.judsontheatre.com
Tony Award nominee, Alan Campbell provides insight into his industry and craft and speaks about his affinity for Agatha Christie and the longevity he has enjoyed in the arts through theater, musicals, television and film. Executive Director and Moore County native, Morgan Sills talks about his 8 year run with the Judson Theater company; his efforts to give back to the students of the arts in Moore County and a preview of season 9 in 2020.
Executive Producer Morgan Sills talks about the Judson Theatre Company’s upcoming production of LOVE, LOSS and WHAT I WORE, starring Sally Struthers, Kim Coles and Joyce Reehling.
There will be 6 shows starting on Thursday, Oct. 18th at 7 p.m. thru Sunday, Oct. 21st. The venue this year will be the Hannah Center Theatre at The O’Neal School.
GRAPE LEAF BISTRO
There is a new Middle Eastern restaurant in town, located right next door to the Olive Garden on 15-501.
Owner Michael Alojeil, from Lebanon, and a N.C. native since 1980 talks about the menu, his inspiration for bringing authentic Lebanese food to Moore County, and the specific make up of many of his offerings for foodies who appreciate the authentic foods of the Mediterranean.
April 12th – April 15th – OWENS AUDITORIUM AT THE SANDHILLS COMMUNITY COLLEGE
The Miracle Worker is an iconic play about Helen Keller, her teacher, Annie Sullivan, and the family members of Helen Keller. It’s moving, inspirational and heartfelt for anyone who has seen it as an award winning play or movie.
Executive Producer and Moore County native, Morgan Sills speaks about this superb cast from NYC, as well as some of the local area talent. The Judson Theatre Company also offers an Education Program which allows many younger people to take part in the Arts at no cost to them.
There will be 5 performances and some of the final performance proceeds will benefit the Boy Scouts of America (BSA), through the work of Vision4Moore. https://www.vision4moore.com/
The Palustris Festival is an annual event that celebrates what makes Moore County the best place to live, work, visit, explore, shop, dine, relax and play. At the same time the Palustris Festival is an event that showcases these same attributes to the world, attracting thousands of visitors to Moore County.
Chris Dunn, the executive director of the Arts Council of Moore County (www.MooreArt.org),
and Claire Phillips, the marketing director of the Convention & Visitor’s Bureau (www.homeofgolf.com) join us to discuss this event and include their special guests, Morgan Sills, director of the Judson Theatre Co., which will be presenting “Driving Miss Daisy” starring Michael Learned, musician Joe Craven from California who also does a special school outreach program for our students, Janet Kenworthy, the director of the Rooster’s Wife in Aberdeen, N.C. & Ray Owen the founder of the Longleaf Ensemble that will be performing at the Old Bethesda Church during the festival. All information about the festival can be found at www.PalustrisFestival.com. The Palustris Festival showcases the visual, literary and performing arts in Moore County and the depth and breadth of their reach is best expressed by these passionate guests. An online broadcast of a prior UNC-TV show, North Carolina Weekend, is also available for viewing at http://video.unctv.org/program/nc-weekend/.