By Elyzabeth Gregory Wilder
Race down red dirt roads through an Alabama night of fast cars and moonshine. A young veteran with a checkered past and ’39 Ford makes a name for himself outrunning the law. But love and NASCAR show him another road. Strap in, put the pedal to the metal and head straight into adventure and romance.
From the Artistic Director:
My first car only had an AM radio and the country music sometimes gave way to a NASCAR race. I loved when my rides were filled with exploits of some of the greatest drivers in history. Richard Petty, Dale Earnhardt and Richard Childress thrilled me with their driving and daring. NASCAR, with its roots in moonshine running, is so much a part of our region and telling its story is a real representation of A Southern Voice, one of our core values, brought to life on stage.
Book Club: The Moonshine War by Elmore Leonard
Thursday, January 10 @ 6:00 pm
Greensboro Library Benjamin Branch
Tuesday, January 29 @ approx. 9:30 pm (immediately following 7:30 pm show)
A behind-the-scenes conversation with our director and designers.
Sunday, February 3 @ approx. 4:30 pm (immediately following 2 pm show)
Wednesday, February 6 @ 7:00 pm
A pre-show conversation that offers context and ways to connect to the show's thematic elements.
Thursday, February 7 @ approx. 9:30 pm (immediately following 7:30 pm show)
A free-wheeling discussion with the cast following the show.
Friday, February 8 @ 7:00 pm
Enjoy a treat for your palate before the show.
Storytelling Night | Theme: Southern stories
Monday, February 11 @ 7:00 pm
Storytellers and audience members join us for an evening of stories inspired by themes from our MainStage!
Book Club: Gods of Howl Mountain by Taylor Brown
Wednesday, February 13 @ 6:00 pm
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