Thursday, October 7, 2010

Theater in Asheville

Theater in Asheville North Carolina is thriving and plentiful. We have been innkeepers at our Asheville Bed and Breakfast Inn for nearly 12 years and one of the many things I think people are surprised about when they visit our area is the amount of culture available to enjoy in Asheville.

Many of our visitors come from culturally rich areas of our country like Miami, New York or Los Angeles. These guests are accustomed to being able to pick and choose a great theater venue from a musical to a classic and are delighted when they realize that whether they are attending a local production from Asheville Community Theater or one from The State Theater of North Carolina they will see top notch talent, dedicated and well rehearsed players for likely much less money than they are generally out for an evenings entertainment.

Take a look below to see some of the awesome productions available this theater season right here in Asheville North Carolina.

Asheville Community Theater:

A Christmas Story
Rent
Arsenic and Old Lace
Honkey Tonk Angers

Some of the offerings found in The State Theater of North Carolina this season are:
The Drowsy Chaperone
The Prisoner of Second Avenue
A Christmas Carol
A Few Good Men
Miracle on 34th Street
Music on the Rock

So maybe you can't afford to fly to New York or L.A. The economy is a bit rocky now and we may all need a bit of escapism or a flight of fancy to keep our best foot moving forward. That's exactly what you'll find at the theater. So, whether you choose the sentimentality of the beloved Miracle on 34th Street or angst, ambition and dreams of the players in Rent the transport is waiting just for the price of a ticket.


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