Find more information and order tickets on the Carolina Theatre Web site. Meantime, we hope you’ll join us for dinner and this special event.
$15.50 in advance; $17.50 on the day of the show; $37.50 for dinner (served at 6:15pm) and concert (contact the theatre regarding availability); $2.50 Theatre Restoration Fee will be added to each ticket.
It’s been so cold the last few weeks it’s hard to believe December 21st is the first official day of winter. This year, we’ll have both a full moon and a lunar eclipse on the year’s longest night.
Suits me fine. Lately I’ve been huddled by the fire, trying to write with an open heart, and thinking about winter’s night sky for a new project with the NC Symphony. There is something so blue, and so clear, about looking up at a December night sky—it simply can’t hold a candle to a summer night.
Meantime, don’t let those winter blues get you down. I found a few homemade remedies for the blues while doing a little research on the winter solstice. My favorite calls for “evergreens, bright illumination, large ongoing fires, feasting, communion with close ones, and evening physical exertion by dancing and singing.”
And I’ve got a few things planned this month to help you along the way.