“The C Word: Her Own Cancer Story” is Barbara Bates Smith personal cancer story, which ironically began while she was playing the role of a cancer patient in the drama, “Wit.” She performs “The C Word” at 3 p.m., Sat., Sept. 24, at Grace Episcopal Church in Waynesville.
A Southeastern Theatre “Best Actress” award winner, Barbara has recently played featured roles in regional productions of “Hamlet” and “Doubt.” She has performed as the lead in four productions of “Wit,” the…Continue
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Poets celebrate the Smokies, Sept. 23
Poets, authors, and musicians come together to celebrate the Great Smoky Mountains at a gala program in Sylva, Sept. 23, 7:30 p.m. “Every Breath Sings Mountains” features an author panel and the book launch of the poetry chapbook, “Voices from the American Land: The Great Smoky Mountains.”
Barbara Duncan, Thomas Rain Crowe, and Brent Martin read from the book, of which each audience member receives a free…Continue
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RE-VIEWING BLACK MOUNTAIN COLLEGE 3: 3rd ANNUAL CONFERENCE Theme: John Cage's Circle of Influence
The Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center presents “ReVIEWING Black Mountain College 3,” October 7 – 9 at various locations. This year, the gathering of scholars, performers, and artists celebrates John Cage, avant-garde composer and Black Mountain College teacher, 1948-52.
Laura Kuhn, Executive Director of the John Cage Trust,…Continue
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