$15 per person!!! Combine a Pulitzer Prize nominated show with a wine tasting, and you have the perfectly unique Valentines evening. Click here for Wine Selections: HERE
Boy meets girl. Girl writes to boy. Girl and boy correspond throughout their lives.
“Love Letters,” a two-person play by A.R. Gurney about two people who grow up in tune with each other’s written words.
Andrew Makepeace Ladd III (“Andy”) and Melissa Gardner first write to one another when Melissa asks Andy to her birthday party. Their writings continue, growing longer and more familiar as they seek friendship in their respective boarding schools. They sympathize (and amiably bicker) throughout marriages, children, divorces, love affairs, and careers that take them down (and up) different paths.
It’s a sweet, simple romantic play about on-paper soul mates.
Wine tasting begins at 7:30.
Show starts at 8:30.
Show runtime approximately one hour and thirty minutes.
For tickets or more information you can contact Donna at (252) 531-2324
or any of the BEJL Entertainment group.
This is a fundraising concert to benefit The Eva J. Lewis Alumni Chapter of Elizabeth City State University’s annual Mr. or Ms. Alumni contest. The sole purpose of the contest is to benefit ECSU National Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship Fund. This scholarship is awarded to deserving students attending or wishing to attend Elizabeth City State University.
Donna Pierce is running for Ms. Alumni 2015.
The event will feature live music, free food, door prizes, and much more. The cost is $20, but there are a few early bird tickets available for $15.00.
Join the Magnolia Arts Center for our 10th Anniversary Season!!!
TO PURCHASE SEASON TICKETS CALL 1-888-622-3868 AND LEAVE A MESSAGE. Regular tickets can be purchased on-line.
You can also purchase Flex Passes on-line.
All evening performances are at 7:30pm and matinees are at 2:00pm. This year we are also adding Saturday Matinees. So every Saturday will have two performances, one at 2pm and one at 7:30 pm and all Sunday shows will be at 2pm. The Season is as follows:
Click here for tickets…”We will take your imagination on a journey. This play is full of biblical allusions, starting with its setting in Zion, Indiana during the Great Depression. But it deals with themes from today’s headlines. We see religion and religious interpretation has imprinted our society. The influence of the extremes of every belief system have some sort of impact on our world daily. In its purest form most of these belief systems are founded on love and compassion. But mankind has been known to pollute these belief systems by sprinkling in their own agendas leading to tragic results as it does in The Diviners.”
Friday March 06 at 7:30pm
Saturday March 07 at 7:30pm
Sunday March 08 at 2:00pm
Thursday March 12 at 7:30pm
Friday March 13 at 7:30pm(Wine Tasting Before the Show!)
Saturday March 14 at 2:00pm
Saturday March 14 at 7:30pm(Wine Tasting Before the Show!)
Shows will be held at 1703 E. 14th Street, Greenville, NC at MAC’s Building in the Perkins Complex behind the Sports Connection.
The Diviners is a play by Jim Leonard, Jr. It takes place in the fictional town of Zion, Indiana during the 1930s/Great Depression era.
A “slice of life” play, “The Diviners”, takes the viewers intimately close to the main characters :
CC Showers- having a crisis of faith and purpose
Buddy – who can mysteriously “feel” when water is near, yet fears it to the point of phobia.
Ferris – A single father trying to raise two challenging kids in the depression.
Jennie Mae – forced to grow-up too soon, facing normal coming of age feelings
Towns people who each have a point of view and in their desire to achieve what they believe to be righteous and true, cause distraction and calamity.
If any, “non-profit arts and education organizations ” are interested in renting the Magnolia Arts Center, please call 1-888-622-3868 AND LEAVE A MESSAGE WITH ANY QUESTIONS. You can also EMAIL at firstname.lastname@example.org
The uses of the facility are governed by our lease.
The Magnolia Arts Center, Inc.(The MAC) facility includes our performance space, intermission lounge space, restrooms, dressing room and parking lot. The facility can be used for plays, small musicals, recitals, comedy shows, concerts, photo shoots, fashion shows, educational events, etc. Also, for special situations, additional fees may be charged on a case by case basis.
Please click below for detailed rental information:
FINAL 3 SHOWS TONIGHT AT 730, TOMORROW AT 2PM AND TOMORROW NIGHT AT 730!!!
Most Valuable Player (MVP), by Mary Hall Surface, a triumphant story that follows the introduction of Jackie Robinson, a true American hero, into his professional baseball career. MVP is an inspirational and uplifting story, which showcases Robinson’s courage, resilience and athletic ability. Be an eyewitness to his personal struggle, which unfolds as he breaks the color barrier and integrate America’s pastime.
The Magnolia Arts Center will be doing the play Most Valuable Play in June of 2015.
The show will open on June 5, 6, 7 and 11, 12 and 13th(Wine tasting on June 12 and June 13 at 730PM each night)
All are encouraged to audition. Keep checking back for more details!