POSTPONED – “Matilda the Musical” presented by Neuse Charter School

THIS PERFORMANCE HAS BEEN POSTPONED.

Please check back for updated information and a rescheduled date.

The Neuse Charter School cast of Matilda the Musical has been hard at work rehearsing for their performance on March 14, at 7 PM. Tickets are $10, plus sales tax and fees, and can be purchased online or by calling The Clayton Center box office at 919-553-1737.

 

Clayton Visual Arts Meet the Artists Reception

Join Clayton Visual Arts as they celebrate the work of area artists in a variety of genres. Refreshments and wine will be served. Exhibits rotate monthly and are available for viewing in The Clayton Center lobby Monday-Friday during business hours.

Father & Daughter Dance sponsored by Granite Lodge 191

 

The annual Granite Lodge 191 Father Daughter Dance is Saturday, February 15, from 6:30-9:30 PM. The event is open to all. Tickets are $40 per couple with no charge for additional daughters. Light refreshments will be served, and 1000 Words Photography will be on site providing 5 x 7 photos to all who would like one at no charge

Last year, this event last year raised over $2,500 for High School Scholarships and Granite 191’s Charities.

Get your tickets to this event here.

 

“Sleeping Beauty” presented by East Clayton Elementary Drama Club

East Clayton Elementary School Drama Club students in grades 3 through 5 present the timeless classic Sleeping Beauty. Shows are at 7 pm on Thursday and Friday, March 5 and 6.

PURCHASE 

 

“Our Town” presented by Carolina Youth Theatre

Tickets on sale on Monday, February 3, at 10 AM.

For over 80 years, Our Town by Thornton Wilder has captured the hearts of audiences and remains one of the most performed and best-known plays in American theater. In fact, it is said that every night, somewhere in the world, an audience is watching Our Town.

In celebration of the Town of Clayton’s 150th anniversary, Carolina Youth Theatre is staging the Pulitzer Prize-winning drama. First produced and published in 1938, Our Town explores the lives of people living in a small, quintessentially American town. The play is divided into three aspects of the human experience, Act 1 – The Daily Life, Act 2 – Love & Marriage, Act 3 – Death & Eternity. Carolina Youth Theatre’s production will contain design elements that nod to the Town of Clayton’s past.