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Thalian Association Seeks Community Arts Center Director/Operations Coordinator
THALIAN ASSOCIATION ANNOUCES NEW 6 MONTH CHILDREN'S THEATER ACADEMY SEMESTER
Thalian Association, North Carolina's oldest community theater group, announces the new 6 month semester of theater arts classes for budding young actors age 4 to 18. Classes will be held in two locations - at the HBHUSO/Community Arts Center at 120 S. 2nd Streeet, and at the NE Branch of the New Hanover Library, Executive Develpment Center at 1241 Military Cutoff Road. News Release...
THALIAN ASSOCIATION KICKS SUMMER SEASON OFF WITH A BANG!
This time of year, things are typically winding down for local community theater Thalian Association as it heads into the last shows of the season for its main stage and Children’s Theater. But this year, the drama is just getting started. Read More...
THALIAN ASSOCIATION HIRES LOCAL STAGE VETERAN
DAVID T. LOUDERMILK AS NEW FULL-TIME ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Thalian Association, North Carolina’s oldest community theater, announced today that it has hired local stage and theater veteran David T. Loudermilk as its new full-time Artistic Director. Read More...
2011 Tony and Drama Desk Nominee for Best Play
GOOD PEOPLE by David Lindsay-Abaire
August 7 - 30, 2014
In the Southie neighborhood of Boston, a night on the town might be a few rounds of bingo; this week's paycheck might be last month’s rent. When Margie has trouble arranging care for her special needs adult daughter, she's fired from her dead-end job for being late. Facing eviction, a return to the unemployment line and scrambling to catch a break, Margie is reminded of an old high school fling. He made it out of Southie, became a doctor, and is living fancy. Could he give her a job in his office? Could he be her ticket to a new start? Is he secure enough to face his humble beginnings? Margie is prepared to risk what little she has left to find out. This timely, powerful, funny and heartbreaking play explores the struggles and shifting loyalties between friends that illuminate our American lives.
"The scrappy characters have tremendous appeal, and the moral dilemma they grapple with—is it strength of character or just a few lucky breaks that determines a person's fate?—holds special significance in today's harsh economic climate." —Variety.
"That rare play that is both timeless and completely keyed into a specific moment in American life...a penetrating drama about deeply relatable issues, albeit this time with more warming doses of humor." —Hollywood Reporter.
Our heartfelt thanks to the generous organizations who supported Thalian Association and our Children's Theater with grant awards for our 2014-2015 season. These funds provide much needed support for our productions, programs and operating expenses.