Broadway’s Best Theatre Company presents “Broadway Showstoppers” for one final weekend this Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday!
There are still seats left for The Bare Bones II Season Finale, “Broadway Show Stoppers” this weekend with shows beginning at 7:30 PM each evening on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 26, 27, and 28. There will be a final matinee show at 2 PM on Sunday, June 29.
Don’t wait! For tickets, please visit www.broadwaysbest.biz.
Located at 103 Beechtree Place in Mocksville, the theatre is just off of Interstate 40 at the Farmington Road exit in Mocksville. Broadway Showstoppers is a compilation of tunes from Broadway that stopped the show. This is the final show of the Broadway’s Best 2014 Bare Bones Season!
Broadway’s Best Theatre Company of NC
Imagine a place where every summer you can go to see delightful, tune-filled Broadway musicals and hilarious comedies performed by professional actors, dancers and musicians… with sets and lights designed by professional designers and technicians. Imagine a truly professional theatre company presenting only first rate musicals and comedies each summer, with additional productions in the spring, fall and at Christmas.
Now, put this fantastic theatre in an idyllic, serene country setting with shade trees, large decks and picnic tables where you and your family can dine before the show. We have all of this right here in Davie County, just off of Interstate 40 on Farmington Road.
The mission of Broadways Best Theatre Company is to bring affordable, quality theatre and other arts and entertainment opportunities to the people of Davie County, the Triad and surrounding areas. The mission includes enhancing the lives of our community by providing an opportunity to see a combination of familiar and new hit Broadway Musicals and Plays. Additionally, Broadways Best Theatre Company strives to introduce the Performing Arts to the students and children of our community by offering a series of productions for children and teens.
Providing Local Jobs for Local Talent
Gene Johnson, a former Davie County War Eagle graduate, and a member of the first graduating class at North Carolina School of the Arts, explained how hard it was to live as a performer in the area, “Though we have a prodigious talent pool, with performing arts programs at NC School of the Arts, UNC Greensboro, WWSU, and numerous others, the students have to leave the area upon graduation to find work. Broadway’s Best wants to alleviate that problem by offering paid acting jobs in their facility.”
For tickets and additional information, please visit Broadways Best Theatre Company.