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CAROLINA COUNTRY CABARET


What’s Happening?

Temple Theatre is excited to present Carolina Country Cabaret, a foot-stomping night of music celebrating classic and contemporary country music with Temple Theatre’s unique, down home spin. Bring your friends and family to enjoy a concert style show featuring such favorite country hits as “Jolene,” “Jackson,” “Walking After Midnight,” “Stay,” “Mama’s Broken Heart,” “Wagon Wheel,” and “The Devil Went Down to Georgia.”

Audience capacity is limited to 100 patrons per performance with social distancing and CDC precautions in place. For patrons wanting to enjoy the show at home, on-demand tickets are also available. Visit templeshows.org to purchase your in-person tickets or virtual on-demand tickets.

Featured in the cast are multi-award-winning singer/songwriter, Faith Bardill, actor/musician Andrew Crowe, and Temple Theatre favorites Shirley Proctor and Michael Jones. Rounding out the entertainment will be the Temple Teen Ensemble.

The Temple Teen Ensemble is a performance group representing the best of the best of the many talented young singers, dancers and actors in the Sanford and central North Carolina region. These “triple-threats,” aged 13-18, are selected by audition and then devote their extra-curricular time and energy to honing and refining their talents under the instruction of the professional artists on the staff of Sanford’s acclaimed Temple Theatre.

Members of the Temple Teen Ensemble performing in Carolina Country Cabaret include Ryleigh Anderson, Annika Benander, Huck Borden, Ephraim Boyte, Addison Dowdy, Josiah Garrison, Lorelei Garrity, Breanna Jones, Paris Parker, Megan Parks and Allison Podlogar.

Carolina Country Cabaret is sponsored by Edward Jones–Brian Mathis, Dargan Moore, James Mitchell III and NC Arts Council.

If you have questions about seating and purchasing tickets, please contact the box office. 919.774.4155

For groups larger than six contact the box office to purchase. 919.774.4155

Visit templeshows.org to purchase tickets.

Temple Theatre is excited to present Carolina Country Cabaret, a foot-stomping night of music celebrating classic and contemporary country music with Temple Theatre’s unique, down home spin. Bring your friends and family to enjoy a concert style show featuring such favorite country hits as “Jolene,” “Jackson,” “Walking After Midnight,” “Stay,” “Mama’s Broken Heart,” “Wagon Wheel,” and “The Devil Went Down to Georgia.”

Audience capacity is limited to 100 patrons per performance with social distancing and CDC precautions in place. For patrons wanting to enjoy the show at home, on-demand tickets are also available. Visit templeshows.org to purchase your in-person tickets or virtual on-demand tickets.

Featured in the cast are multi-award-winning singer/songwriter, Faith Bardill, actor/musician Andrew Crowe, and Temple Theatre favorites Shirley Proctor and Michael Jones. Rounding out the entertainment will be the Temple Teen Ensemble.

The Temple Teen Ensemble is a performance group representing the best of the best of the many talented young singers, dancers and actors in the Sanford and central North Carolina region. These “triple-threats,” aged 13-18, are selected by audition and then devote their extra-curricular time and energy to honing and refining their talents under the instruction of the professional artists on the staff of Sanford’s acclaimed Temple Theatre.

Members of the Temple Teen Ensemble performing in Carolina Country Cabaret include Ryleigh Anderson, Annika Benander, Huck Borden, Ephraim Boyte, Addison Dowdy, Josiah Garrison, Lorelei Garrity, Breanna Jones, Paris Parker, Megan Parks and Allison Podlogar.

Carolina Country Cabaret is sponsored by Edward Jones–Brian Mathis, Dargan Moore, James Mitchell III and NC Arts Council.

If you have questions about seating and purchasing tickets, please contact the box office. 919.774.4155

For groups larger than six contact the box office to purchase. 919.774.4155

Visit templeshows.org to purchase tickets.

About The Organization
Built in 1925 as a Vaudeville house, Temple Theatre stands today as a monument to Sanford's impressive artistic footprint. Almost 100 years ago, the theatre was a hotspot for New York-based theatre troupes passing through on their way to Florida, thanks in large part to its convenient location minutes away from the railroad station. As the railroad boom subsided and time passed, the theatre transformed to accommodate the needs of the area, converting to a movie theatre, a furniture store and a men's clothing outlet before eventually shuttering its windows in 1965. In 1981, the son of the theatre's original owner led the Sanford community in restoration efforts, starting with its registration as a National Historic Site and securing a grant from the North Carolina Legislature. After a few years of construction, in 1984, Temple Theatre opened its doors once again. While the updates made during those three years brought the Temple into a new age, much of the original architecture was kept intact. Now, over 39 years later, Temple Theatre, Central Carolina’s Center for the Performing Arts, provides professional, high-quality productions year-round, numerous youth opportunities and a myriad of special events.
When & Where?
Thursday, Apr 29, 2021 7:30pm
Sunday, May 9, 2021 9:00pm
Every: Thu, Fri, Sat, and Sun
Temple Theatre
120 Carthage Street
Sanford, NC
$29.00

Special Instructions
Audience capacity is limited to 100 patrons per performance with social distancing and CDC precautions in place. For patrons wanting to enjoy the show at home, on-demand tickets are also available. Visit templeshows.org to purchase your in-person tickets or virtual on-demand tickets.

What To Expect

Country

Theater

Other Dancing

Concert


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