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Welcome We are thrilled to open our 2019/20 season with the annual Wake Forest Home & Garden Show where every aspect of the home can be explored, from the smallest design detail to the largest house addition. Professionals will be on hand to share their valuable knowledge to bring your ideas to life or inspire you with new ones. In September, join us in celebrating the diversity of Wake Forest at the Trung Thu Moon Festival! Steeped in tradition, this ancient Vietnamese celebration revolves around children. Learn more about the Vietnamese culture through music, stories, dance, arts, crafts and food. Also in September, Forest Moon Theater (Wake Forest’s Community Theater) will start their season at the Renaissance Centre with the iconic production of Steel Magnolias. Break out the tissues! This powerful story follows the bond between a group of women in a small Southern town and shows how they deal with love and loss. We love bringing children’s literature to life on stage! Mark your calendars in October for Vital Theatre’s production based on the popular, award winning children’s book Angelina Ballerina the Musical. This family-friendly show will have you dancing in the aisles. We had a tremendously fun and successful Rockin’ The Forest concert series last year, so we decided to keep on rockin’. Each month starting in October, we have planned a night of great music featuring some of the best bands in the region. Experience the magic at the RC in November with Joshua Lozoff! His magic combines amazing illusions with mental feats that explore the possibilities of the human mind. The entire family will enjoy a fun, mind-boggling evening that will leave you amazed and laughing. But the magic doesn’t stop there! Don’t forget to bring the kids to enjoy our monthly morning magic shows with Happy Dan the Magic Man. As the holiday season draws near, shop authentic, handmade gifts and more at the Holiday Artisans Market by ARTS Wake Forest and celebrate the season at one of our Live From Nashville: Merry Country Christmas concerts! The joy of Christmas comes to you in this delightful production of toe-tapping, heartfelt music of the holidays. On behalf of the Renaissance Centre staff, we thank you for supporting the arts in Wake Forest and we look forward to serving you this upcoming season. See you soon! — Cathy Gouge, renaissance centre manager

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calendar of events august 24–25

WF Home & Garden Show

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september 14

Tru Thung Moon Festival


Steel Magnolias


Happy Dan the Magic Man

presented by Forest Moon Theater

october 4

Angelina Ballerina, The Musical presented by Vital Theater


Hip Pocket – Rockin’ the Forest


Rip Roaring Revenge


Happy Dan the Magic Man


NC Symphony Instrument Zoo


Neck of the Woods


Art Exhibition

Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre

presented by ARTS Wake Forest


The Catalinas – Rockin’ the Forest


Happy Dan the Magic Man


Joshua Lozoff – Life is Magic

december 8



WF Community Choirs Winter Concert


WF Abilities Choir Winter Concert


Live from Nashville – Merry Country Christmas


Happy Dan the Magic Man


WF Holiday Artisans Market presented by ARTS Wake Forest

Cratchit Family Christmas presented by Bright Star Theatre

Steve Owens & Summertime

Rockin’ the Forest

january 11

Back to the ’50s Sock Hop


Legacy Motown Revue


Shades of Gospel


Neck of the Woods

Rockin’ the Forest

presented by ARTS Wake Forest

february 8

Wake Forest Guild of Artists



december continued

George Washington Carver & Friends presented by Bright Star Theatre


Prelude to a Kiss presented by


State of the Town Address & Dinner


Forest Moon Theater

Jim Quick & Coastline

Rockin’ the Forest

march 27

The Magnificents

Rockin’ the Forest

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home & garden show Aug 24 | 9:00 am–4:00 pm Aug 25 | 12:00–4:00 pm

Presented by Mitchell Heating & Cooling. This free, two-day event will showcase the latest in home improvement products, services, and features. Whether you are looking for a complete home remodel, a kitchen or bath makeover, a newly landscaped yard, or just want to shop the local vendor marketplace for your home, you will find it all at the Wake Forest Home & Garden Show! Want to learn new grilling techniques or grab a bite to eat? We’ve got that covered too! Don’t miss “buy at the show” opportunities available in the Shopping Marketplace. The Shopping Marketplace will feature everything from local art and handmade decor to kitchen essentials and cleaning products for your home. Free Admission


SEP 14

trung thu moon festival

6:00–9:00 pm

Join us in celebrating the diversity of Wake Forest! Tet Trung Thu, as it is known in Vietnam, or the Mid-Autumn Moon festival as we refer to it in America, is one of the two most important festivals in the Vietnamese culture. This ancient celebration revolves around children and is thought to be a time when parents had the opportunity to catch up with their loved ones after the busy summer harvest. Families will enjoy learning about the Vietnamese culture through music, stories, dance, arts and crafts and food. The event will conclude with a children’s lantern promenade. Tickets: $8 adult, $6 children under 12 and seniors 65+ 6


SEP 20–29

forest moon theater presents

steel magnolias Sep 20 Sep 21 Sep 22 Sep 27, 28 Sep 29

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7:30 pm 7:30 pm 3:00 pm 7:30 pm 3:00 pm

Written By Robert Harling. This heartwarming comedy-drama about the bond a group of women share in a small-town Southern Louisiana community, and how they cope with the death of one of their own. As time passes, the women encounter tragedy and good fortune, their friendships are strained, but in the end, find themselves growing stronger and closer in the process. ADVISORY: PG for mature language. Tickets: advance: $15 individual, $13 student/senior; day of: $18 individual, $16 student/senior. Season and flex passes available. Call the box office for more information.



vital theater presents

angelina ballerina the musical 11:00 am & 6:30 pm Book and Lyrics by Susan DiLallo. Music by Ben Morss. Angelina and her friends are all aflutter because a special guest is coming to visit Camembert Academy! Angelina is the most excited of all, but will she get the starring moment she hopes for? Based on the CG-animated series, Angelina Ballerina The Next Steps, Angelina Ballerina The Musical is a family-friendly show that will have the entire audience dancing in the aisles. Tickets: $10 for morning show, $12 for evening show

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OCT 11

rockin’ the forest

hip pocket 7:30 pm

rockin’ the forest is a live concert music series featuring some of the top musical acts in the area.  n  If you are looking for fun, entertainment and all the songs you love, Hip Pocket is it! When Hip Pocket shows up, a party is sure to break out and the fun begins. The bar will be open for wine, beer and other refreshment purchases. Tickets: $15 (or $75 for all six concerts in the Rockin’ the Forest series) SATURDAY

OCT 12

murder mystery dinner theatre

rip roaring revenge 6:30 pm

Presented by It’s a Mystery. Big Pauly’s Magnolia Club is the best speakeasy in the state and everyone is dying to get in. Earl Chesterfield and his orchestra will be providing toe-tapping music so you can Charleston throughout the night. Raise a glass with radio hostess, Maisy Monroe. Get your picture taken with movie star Mimi Allmine. Thrill to the stories told by well-known stunt pilot, Cornelia Earnhardt. And get to know our colorful mayor, Leonard “Buddy” Ledbetter. With this eclectic group of guests, one never knows what will happen. In the event of a shocking crime, it will be up to you and your table of fellow sleuths to discover who could commit such an evil deed. Guests are encouraged to dress as a flapper or come as you are. Dress as a gangster or a silent screen star! Tickets: $40 (includes 3-course dinner). For menu or special dietary needs, please call the box office. 8



OCT 22

nc symphony instrument zoo 10:00 am

GEARED FOR PRE-K–GRADE 2. The North Carolina Symphony’s Music Discovery program, a part of PNC’s Grow Up Great initiative, combines music and storytelling for our youngest audiences. NCS musicians travel to libraries, museums, community and art centers, and Head Start classrooms across the state to share favorite storybooks and introduce children to their instruments. Bring the kids to meet these musicians and try out different instruments at the instrument zoo!

Free Admission FRIDAY

OCT 25


JAN 31

arts wake forest presents

neck of the woods

7:00 pm

Neck of the Woods is a variety performance series featuring emerging local artists. The October show is the Youth Edition. An evening may consist of several performance acts. Each show is different and may include actors, dancers, musicians, comedians, writers and spoken word artists. Come out and enjoy a truly unique and entertaining event and support your local artists! Bar will be open for wine, beer and other refreshment purchases. SPONSORED BY: ARTS Wake Forest Tickets: $5 SUNDAY

OCT 27

wake forest guild of artists

art exhibition 11:00 am–4:00 pm

Featuring artwork of the Wake Forest Guild of Artists. The exhibit will be held in the Arts Annex (next door to the Renaissance Centre). Free Admission 10



rockin’ the forest

the catalinas 7:30 pm

rockin’ the forest is a live concert music series featuring some of the top musical acts in the area.  n  The Catalinas are an American beach music band from the late 1950s. Their classic song Summertime’s Callin’ Me was originally recorded in 1975 and continues to be played by bands and DJs all over the world. The bar will be open for wine, beer and other refreshment purchases. Tickets: $15 (or $75 for all six concerts in the Rockin’ the Forest series)

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NOV 22

joshua lozoff – life is magic!

10:00 am & 7:00 pm

From his full stage show to his close up Strolling Magic, Joshua Lozoff’s performances combine his love for the art of magic, with his fascination with psychology, the powers of observation and influence. In one moment, he makes a drawing come to life just by pointing; in the next he predicts an audience members choices even before she knows them herself. An evening spent with Joshua will amaze and entertain the entire family! Tickets: $12 adults, $10 seniors & children under 12



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holiday artisans market 9:00 am–4:00 pm

ARTS Wake Forest is pleased to present its fourth annual Wake Forest Holiday Artisans Market. The Market will showcase a wide variety of items handmade by regional artisans and craftspeople in a wide range of prices. Free Admission


  American Sign Language Interpreter available by request. Call the box office at least two weeks prior to the performance.



bright star theatre presents

cratchit family christmas 3:00 pm


what happened during the Christmas that Old Ebeneezer Scrooge was visited by three spirits, but what about the next Christmas? With heartwarming excitement, we find out how the Cratchit family has fared in the year that has passed since old Scrooge learned the true meaning of the season. This tale is sure to delight young and old alike. Free Admission


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winter concerts COM MU

Dec 10 | 6:30 pm | Wake Forest Children’s Choir & Wake Forest High School Chorale Dec 12 | 6:30 pm | Wake Forest Abilities Choir



DEC 10 & 12





The Wake Forest Children’s Choir, Wake Forest High School Chorale and Wake Forest Abilities Choir will perform their winter concerts featuring holiday music under the direction of director, Kasie Brooks. Free Admission



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DEC 14–15

live from nashville merry country christmas Dec 14 | 7:00 pm Dec 15 | 3:00 pm & 7:00 pm

It’s a Merry Country Christmas indeed, when all of your favorite Christmas songs are presented in authentic Nashville country style with dazzling guitars and fiddles along with soaring harmonies. The joy of Christmas comes to you in this delightful production of toe-tapping, heartfelt music of the holidays. From the fun of Old Saint Nick to the profoundly moving Oh Come all Ye Faithful, and from the playful Up on the Housetop to the poignant Silent Night, songs of fun, faith, and hope are presented by the finest musicians steeped in the traditions of America’s genre—country! Tickets: $25



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DEC 28

rockin’ the forest

steve owens & summertime 7:30 pm

rockin’ the forest is a live concert music series featuring some of the top musical acts in the area.  n Steve Owens and Summertime walked away from the 2012 Carolina Beach Music Awards as a winner of the “Favorite New Artist of the Year”. SOaS had received numerous nominations after only one year since the band’s formation. The bar will be open for wine, beer and other refreshment purchases. Tickets: $15 (or $75 for all six concerts in the Rockin’ the Forest series)


JAN 11

back to the ’50s sock hop

7:00–10:00 pm

Back by popular demand! Put on your blue suede shoes or pink poodle skirt and get ready to rock around the clock at the Back to the ’50s Sock Hop at the Renaissance Centre. Dance the night away to your favorite ’50s tunes spun by DJ Randy “Sting” Strum with 1st Choice Customized DJ Services and special music by emcee Rosann McFadden. Ice cream floats and other special treats will be available for purchase at our concession stand. The bar will also be open for wine, beer and soft drink purchases. Tickets: $12 16


JAN 17

rockin’ the forest

legacy motown revue 7:30 pm

rockin’ the forest is a live concert music series featuring some of the top musical acts in the area.  n The Legacy Motown Revue pays tribute to the legendary icons of Motown. Backed by a horn band, the four talented performers dance, sing and transport you back to one of the most influential periods in musical history. The bar will be open for wine, beer and other refreshment purchases. Tickets: $15 (or $75 for all six concerts in the Rockin’ the Forest series)


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JAN 25

shades of gospel 5:00–9:00 pm

Join us for a lively and educational celebration of gospel music that connects community members of all cultures, ages, and backgrounds! This concert will highlight a range of traditional, southern and contemporary gospel music with special performances by Grammy, Dove and Stellar Award nominated artist Tim Bowman Jr (pictured top), Trinity Quartet (pictured bottom), True Vine, and choirs from Friendship Chapel Baptist Church and Wake Forest Baptist Church. Tickets: $15



bright star theatre presents

george washington carver 11:00 pm | Alston-Massenburg Center, 416 Taylor Street 6:00 pm | Friendship Chapel Baptist Church, 237 Friendship Chapel Road AN ‘ARTS FOR ALL’ PROGRAM. Black History

Heroes have laid the groundwork for some of the most amazing discoveries of the modern era, especially when it comes to science, technology, engineering and math. One of these incredible heroes is George Washington Carver, a scientist who led a remarkable life. See him come to life and meet some of the other incredible scientists and groundbreakers from Black History – including Madame CJ Walker, Jackie Robinson and more! Free Admission



FEB 14–23

forest moon theater presents

prelude to a kiss Feb 14 Feb 15 Feb 16 Feb 21, 22 Feb 23

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7:30 pm 7:30 pm 3:00 pm 7:30 pm 3:00 pm

Written by Craig Lucas. When Peter, a man from a broken family, meets Rita, an insomniac bartender with no faith in the future, only one thing can happen: they fall in love and get married. Then on the evening of their nuptials, an elderly stranger appears at the reception, bearing a kiss for the new bride. In this romantic fantasy, it is a kiss that tests the boundaries of the couple’s love. ADVISORY: Rated R. Contains some strong language and adult subject matter. Tickets: advance: $15 individual, $13 student/senior; day of: $18 individual, $16 student/ senior. Season and flex passes available. Call the box office for more information.

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FEB 17

state of the town address & dinner

6:00 pm

Area residents are invited to attend Wake Forest’s annual State of the Town Address & Dinner. The occasion offers Wake Forest citizens the opportunity to reflect on the Town’s list of accomplishments during the previous year and learn about its goals for the coming months. Anyone not interested in eating dinner is welcome to attend the State of the Town Address without purchasing a ticket. Non-ticket buyers should arrive between 6:30 and 6:45 pm at the conclusion of the dinner portion of the program. Mayor Vivian Jones’ address is expected to begin between 6:45 and 7 pm. SPONSORED BY: Wake Forest Rotary Club and the Town of Wake Forest. Tickets: $15 includes dinner

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Music. Wake Forest Community Youth Choirs (grades K–12). Wake Forest Community Choir (ages 18+). Abilities Choir (ages 10+).

Art. Watercolor Workshop (ages 16+). Basic Drawing (ages 18+). Block Printing Workshop (ages 16+). Beginners Stained Glass (ages 18+). Intermediate Stained Glass (ages 18+). Art Mission for Heroes (ages 18+). Art Experiences for Adults with Special Needs (ages 18+). Theater. Creative Drama (grades 1–2), Script Works (grades 3–5). The Art of Storytelling (ages 18+). Dance. Krump Movement (ages 13+).

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FEB 28

rockin’ the forest

jim quick & coastline 7:30 pm

rockin’ the forest is a live concert music series featuring some of the top musical acts in the area.  n  Jim Quick & Coastline truly define the sound of historical Southern music – from hard driving Carolina back beats, to Georgia southern rock, from Cajun inspired grooves, to Texas and Delta blues. The bar will be open for wine, beer and other refreshment purchases. Tickets: $15 (or $75 for all six concerts in the Rockin’ the Forest series)


MAR 27

rockin’ the forest

the magnificents band

7:30 pm

rockin’ the forest is a live concert music series featuring some of the top musical acts in the area.  n  The Magnificents Band has a wealth of live playing experience in varied styles of music including classic soul, beach, Motown, Top 40 and dance. The bar will be open for wine, beer and other refreshment purchases. Tickets: $15 (or $75 for all six concerts in the Rockin’ the Forest series) 21

Monthly Programs Happy Dan the Magic Man

Sep 18, Oct 16, Nov 20, Dec 18* — 11:00 am Everyone laughs louder when Happy Dan is in the house! Children are quickly drawn into his tale of magical fantasy as they perform various feats of magic and more. The laughter never stops as Happy Dan struggles with his misbehaving props and the children fly to his rescue. Tickets: $5 plus tax. *Check website for additional dates in 2020.

Art Walk & Reception

Oct 4 — 6:00–9:00 pm In October, the Renaissance Centre will showcase artwork of the Wake Forest Guild of Artist as part of the monthly Art Walk event in downtown Wake Forest. The exhibit and reception will take place in the Arts Annex, next door to the Renaissance Centre. Free Admission.

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About the Centre Mission

The Renaissance Centre for the Arts is dedicated to inspiring, engaging and educating the community through a variety of diverse and accessible cultural arts programs. Through theatre, concerts, film screenings, workshops and related events, the Renaissance Centre offers enriching art experiences that bridge cultures, generations and disciplines.

Our Story

In response to the community’s increased demand for cultural programming and entertainment, the Town of Wake Forest purchased two properties in downtown Wake Forest for the purpose of developing a cultural arts facility. The Renaissance Centre officially opened in November 2013 with a three-day Celebration of the Arts extravaganza. Located in the heart of Wake Forest’s Renaissance District, the centre contributes to the economic growth and quality of life in our region by encouraging a flourishing arts community.

Versatile Venue Offering 5,000 square feet of meeting and event space, the Renaissance Centre can be configured to accommodate a variety of rental needs. Amenities include convenient parking, box office/reception area, Grand Hall with 4,700 feet of expo or gathering space, bar and staging area for caterers, LCD projector with automated screens and monitors, and free wireless internet. Also available is a 535 square foot stage and dressing rooms. Smaller breakout rooms are available in the Arts Annex next door.

Support the Centre

The Renaissance Centre is appreciative of the generous support of the community. With your tax deductible donation, the centre can continue to provide high quality arts programs and become the region’s premier cultural arts and event venue. We are committed to making our programs affordable and accessible to all people.


A Ve r satil e R e ntal Ve nu e Purchase Tickets Online: Visit to order advance tickets. A convenience fee applies for online ticket orders. In person: Purchase advance tickets at the Renaissance Centre box office. Day of: Tickets may be purchased at the door on the day of the event if seating is available. Taxes apply to all ticket sales.

405 S. Brooks St., Wake Forest, NC 27587 Arts Annex: 407 S. Brooks St. Box Office 919–435–9458, open Mon–Fri, 9 am–12 pm and 1–5 pm Event Hotline 919–435–9428 The Renaissance Centre is owned and operated by the Town of Wake Forest Cathy Gouge, Centre Manager Debra Horton, Centre Specialist Mandy Holtman, Administrative Assistant Louis Roussell, Technical Operations Specialist

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Wake Forest Renaissance Centre Program Guide: Aug 2019–Feb 2020  

A guide to performances and events at the Wake Forest Renaissance Centre for the Arts

Wake Forest Renaissance Centre Program Guide: Aug 2019–Feb 2020  

A guide to performances and events at the Wake Forest Renaissance Centre for the Arts