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Meet some of our cast from Titanic: The Musical!
Rebecca Askew (Kate Murphy/Mrs. Widener)
Kimberly Boles (Ensemble)
Emerson Carroll (Bellboy)
David Cole (Ensemble)

February 10, 11, 17, & 18 @ 8pm
February 12 & 19 @ 2pm

Tickets: www.theatrealliance.ws/box_office/

Season Sponsors:
Lewis & Keller Attorneys
YES! Weekly

Special Thanks: Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County
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Meet some of our cast from Titanic: The Musical!
Rebecca Askew (Kate Murphy/Mrs. Widener)
Kimberly Boles (Ensemble)
Emerson Carroll (Bellboy)
David Cole (Ensemble) 

February 10, 11, 17, & 18 @ 8pm 
February 12 & 19 @ 2pm

Tickets: https://www.theatrealliance.ws/box_office/

Season Sponsors:
Lewis & Keller Attorneys
YES! Weekly

Special Thanks: Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County

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I KNOW THEM!!! I KNOW THEM!!!

Can't wait to see it!

I'm excited to see it.

Hey! I know them!!

I can’t wait to see it tickets already bought!!!!

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This coming Friday night!

The Spirit of Harriet Tubman
Fri - Feb 3, 2023 - 8:00pm
Written and performed by Ms. Diane Faison

“A transformative experience!”

In the African American storytelling tradition, the life of one of history’s boldest humanitarians is channeled through Diane Faison in her original one-woman show. With well over 300 performances under her belt, her powerful portrayal of Harriet Tubman leaves audiences moved.

Ms. Faison is a recipient of a grant from the Winston-Salem Arts Council to perform in retirement homes as well as a Wells Fargo Grant in Education to perform in Forsyth County middle schools. Theatre Alliance is proud to bring “The Spirit of Harriet Tubman” to the stage.

Recommended Donation: $10
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This coming Friday night!

The Spirit of Harriet Tubman
Fri - Feb 3, 2023 - 8:00pm
Written and performed by Ms. Diane Faison

“A transformative experience!”

In the African American storytelling tradition, the life of one of history’s boldest humanitarians is channeled through Diane Faison in her original one-woman show. With well over 300 performances under her belt, her powerful portrayal of Harriet Tubman leaves audiences moved.

Ms. Faison is a recipient of a grant from the Winston-Salem Arts Council to perform in retirement homes as well as a Wells Fargo Grant in Education to perform in Forsyth County middle schools. Theatre Alliance is proud to bring “The Spirit of Harriet Tubman” to the stage.

Recommended Donation: $10

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Will this performance be like a soliloquy or monologue?

Can’t Wait!!!!

Gigantic voices.
Monumental history.
Towering stories.
Epic orchestrations.
Titanic musical.

Before the movie, the musical Titanic captured the story of the ill-fated maiden voyage and offered glimpses into the lives of some of its passengers. Compelling and beautiful, powerful and poignant, the tale of this wonder of the sea lives on. Don’t miss the boat.

Tickets: www.theatrealliance.ws/box_office/

Season Sponsors:
Lewis & Keller Attorneys
YES! Weekly

Special Thanks: Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County

Poster Design: Suzanne Vaughan

Pictured: Stephen Robinson as Captain Smith, Jeffery Maggs as Thomas Andrews (ship builder) and Gray Smith as Bruce Ismay (ship owner)
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Gigantic voices. 
Monumental history. 
Towering stories. 
Epic orchestrations. 
Titanic musical. 

Before the movie, the musical Titanic captured the story of the ill-fated maiden voyage and offered glimpses into the lives of some of its passengers. Compelling and beautiful, powerful and poignant, the tale of this wonder of the sea lives on. Don’t miss the boat. 

Tickets:  https://www.theatrealliance.ws/box_office/

Season Sponsors:
Lewis & Keller Attorneys
YES! Weekly

Special Thanks: Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County

Poster Design: Suzanne Vaughan

Pictured: Stephen Robinson as Captain Smith, Jeffery Maggs as Thomas Andrews (ship builder) and Gray Smith as Bruce Ismay (ship owner)

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Looking forward to this...but I hope y'all solved that "Could he fit on the door" question!!! 😛

Looking forward to opening night!

Can’t wait!

Zack Riddle

Caitlin Wheeler

Brooklyn Browder

Milan Ellis

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Congratulations to today’s social media free ticket winners! We will be giving away tickets at random on all of our social media outlets, as well as to Google Reviewers and Yelp! Reviewers, so be sure your friends and you are following us and reviewing us on those platforms!

Facebook: Elizabeth Harris Joyner

Instagram: Joseph Allen Michael Ball

TikTok: Kelley Segars

We will be in touch with each of you privately about how to collect your free tickets!

Thanks for getting social with us!
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Oh shoot that’s me! Thank youuuuu!!!

That's awesome! Congratulations!

Congrats!

That's awesome! Congratulations!

Yay!

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Last three chances to see “Misery” start tonight. As Annie would say, “GET YOUR COCKADOODIE TICKETS, MISTER MAN!” Part thriller. Part camp. All entertaining.

Friday at 8 PM
Saturday at 8 PM
Sunday at 2 PM

Run time: 1 hour, 40 minutes, with no Intermission

Check out our frozen, chilly Signature Cocktail: “Number One Fan”

Or, warm up to a coffee with Kahlua or Bailey’s Irish Cream.

Tickets: www.theatrealliance.ws/box_office/

Box Office open today: 12:30-3:00 PM

Walk-ups day of show are always welcomed.

Season Sponsors:
Lewis & Keller Attorneys
YES! Weekly

Special Thanks: Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County

Photography: Neil Jester - Fine Art Photography

Featuring: Karen Morgan Williams, Ken Ashford, and Stephen Robinson
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Last three chances to see “Misery” start tonight. As Annie would say, “GET YOUR COCKADOODIE TICKETS, MISTER MAN!”  Part thriller. Part camp. All entertaining. 

Friday at 8 PM
Saturday at 8 PM
Sunday at 2 PM

Run time: 1 hour, 40 minutes, with no Intermission 

Check out our frozen, chilly Signature Cocktail: “Number One Fan”

Or, warm up to a coffee with Kahlua or Bailey’s Irish Cream. 

Tickets: https://www.theatrealliance.ws/box_office/

Box Office open today: 12:30-3:00 PM

Walk-ups day of show are always welcomed. 

Season Sponsors:
Lewis & Keller Attorneys
YES! Weekly

Special Thanks: Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County

Photography: Neil Jester - Fine Art Photography

Featuring: Karen Morgan Williams, Ken Ashford, and Stephen Robinson

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First time visitors today — had a great time! Great set Matt Cloyes!

Fantastic performance tonight. Intense, well acted, exceptional stage set up. Very impressive!

Awesome performance last night. Honorable mention to the Door.

First time visitors today and needless to say we are now fans! 🤩 Fantastic job by all!🌟 Can't wait to visit again!🤗

Karen Williams was as good as Kathy Bates. Great talent all around. Thank you for making my birthday outing special.

Will be there tonight. Cannot hardly wait.

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The true love story of Isador and Ida Straus: some of the wealthiest passengers aboard the Titanic, they owned Macy’s (yes, Macy’s). Their story was documented by eyewitness including Ida’s maid and a work colleague. The couple’s great grandson and historian Paul Kurzman said, “Ida climbed back out of the boat and turned to her beloved husband. She told him, "We have lived a wonderful life together for 40 years and have six beautiful children together, if you won't get on the life boat, I won't either."

Ida then proceeded to give her mink coat to her maid as she had no more need for it. “Isador wrapped his arms around her," says Kurzman. "Then, a great wave came over the port side of the ship and swept them both into the sea. That was the last time they were seen alive."”

This incredible love story was portrayed in the 1997 movie “Titanic” and also in Titanic: The Musical. Mark Walek and Michele Groneck play the immortalized lovers. The original story appeared in the Denver Post April 19, 1912.

Titanic: The Musical
February 10, 11, 17 & 18 @ 8pm
February 12 & 19 @ 2pm

Tickets: www.theatrealliance.ws/box_office/

Season Sponsors:
Lewis & Keller Attorneys
YES! Weekly

Special Thanks: Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County

Photos and information credit: “The Tragic True Story Behind Titanic’s Cuddle Lovers” written by Rose Minutagalio for country life.com on December 8, 2017
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The true love story of Isador and Ida Straus: some of the wealthiest passengers aboard the Titanic, they owned Macy’s (yes, Macy’s). Their story was documented by eyewitness including Ida’s maid and a work colleague. The couple’s great grandson and historian Paul Kurzman said, “Ida climbed back out of the boat and turned to her beloved husband. She told him, We have lived a wonderful life together for 40 years and have six beautiful children together, if you wont get on the life boat, I wont either.

Ida then proceeded to give her mink coat to her maid as she had no more need for it. “Isador wrapped his arms around her, says Kurzman. Then, a great wave came over the port side of the ship and swept them both into the sea. That was the last time they were seen alive.”

This incredible love story was portrayed in the 1997 movie “Titanic” and also in Titanic: The Musical. Mark Walek and Michele Groneck play the immortalized lovers. The original story appeared in the Denver Post April 19, 1912. 

Titanic: The Musical 
February 10, 11, 17 & 18 @ 8pm
February 12 & 19 @ 2pm

Tickets: https://www.theatrealliance.ws/box_office/

Season Sponsors:
Lewis & Keller Attorneys
YES! Weekly

Special Thanks: Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County

Photos and information credit: “The Tragic True Story Behind Titanic’s Cuddle Lovers” written by Rose Minutagalio for country life.com on December 8, 2017

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By far the most moving song in the entire show. I weep through “Still” every time!!!

Have my tickets!

Don’t get caught with your pants down! Weekend’s coming, and you don’t have your seats for “Misery?!”

Get tickets now! Friday and Saturday at 8 PM, and Sunday at 2 PM.

Walk-ups are always welcomed at our performances.

Tickets: www.theatrealliance.ws/box_office/

Season Sponsors:
Lewis & Keller Attorneys
YES! Weekly

Special Thanks: Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County

Photography: Neil Jester - Fine Art Photography

Pictured: Ken Ashford as Paul Sheldon
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Don’t get caught with your pants down!  Weekend’s coming, and you don’t have your seats for “Misery?!”

Get tickets now!  Friday and Saturday at 8 PM, and Sunday at 2 PM. 

Walk-ups are always welcomed at our performances. 

Tickets: https://www.theatrealliance.ws/box_office/

Season Sponsors: 
Lewis & Keller Attorneys
YES! Weekly

Special Thanks: Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County

Photography: Neil Jester - Fine Art Photography

Pictured: Ken Ashford as Paul Sheldon

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This show was wonderful!!! Such great actors!

Julie Smith Harmon and Donna Engrem cannot wait!!

Misery; sounds like my love life

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