THEATRE OF DARE PRESENTS “YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU”

JAN 23, 2015 – FEB 01, 2015

132 Russell Twiford Road, Manteo, NC 27954

The play revolves around Penny Sycamore and her extended family, a firework-making, snake-loving, bad-dancing group whose youngest daughter Alice falls in love with Tony Kirby, the son of her boss. However, when the freewheeling Sycamores meet the wealthy and uptight Kirbys for dinner, nothing goes as planned and fireworks (literally) ensue.

“It is the ultimate screwball comedy, and it’s hilarious,” says Don Bridge, who plays the Sycamore patriarch in the T.O.D. production. “But at its heart, it has a lot to say about living the life that suits you, whether it’s making a billion dollars or becoming a beach bum. Hopefully, we can make people think while they’re laughing.”

Appropriate for all ages and will be performed January 23, 24, 30, & 31 at 7:30 p.m. as well as January 25 and February 1 at 2 p.m. Tickets are available online and at the door.

MATTERS OF STEEL: EXAMINING THE DETERIORATION OF A WWII MERCHANT SHIPWRECK

FEB 05, 2015

59200 Museum Drive, Hatteras, NC 27943
Phone: 252-986-2995
Email: [email protected]

North Carolina’s coastline sits along the fault lines of America’s maritime history. For hundreds of years, humans have lived along our shorelines, leaving the indelible marks of their activities embedded in banks and beaches, as well as under the water. This lectures series will highlight the results of the latest research being undertaken in the state on a diversity of topics – from reconstructing the pivotal battles, iconic shipwrecks, and critical industries of yesteryear to the challenges involved in the study and preservation of North Carolina’s maritime past. Presenter: Kara Fox, Program Maritime Studies, East Carolina University. Free program. 11 a.m. The program will also be streamed LIVE during a 6 p.m. online presentation at http://csi.northcarolina.edu/ustream. For more information, call 252-986-2995 or email [email protected] Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum, 59200 Museum Drive, Hatteras, N.C. 27943. www.ncmaritimemuseums.com.

SEA HEARTS

FEB 14, 2015

59200 Museum Drive, Hatteras, NC 27943
Phone: 252-986-2995
Email: [email protected]

It’s a “Love Your Museum” happening where young folk enjoy a fun-filled night experiencing the museum world! Solve the riddles dotting a special map to discover a Valentine’s Day treasure. Create a 1800s-style Sailor’s Valentine. Enjoy delicious, healthy, and fun foods. Ages 6-12. Everything provided. Reservations required. Free. For more information, call 252-986-2995, email [email protected] or visit www.ncmaritimemuseums.com. The Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum, 59200 Museum Drive, Hatteras, N.C. 27943.

CELEBRATED ‘ANIMALS IN ART SHOW’ HELPS CREATE A BETTER WORLD FOR ANIMALS

FEB 01, 2015 – FEB 28, 2015

2716 Virginia Dare Trail, Nags Head, NC 27959
Phone: 252-441-5418
Email: [email protected]

Since recorded history, animals played an important role in the lives of mankind. They’ve been commemorated with hand paintings on cave walls, and topics of heroism in books and movies. There are countless stories depicting the unique bond between animals and humans, with varied roles: that of friend, companion, protector, comforter, & more. Seaside Art Gallery’s Animals in Art Show, Feb1-28, celebrates animals & helps make the world better for animals. A portion of proceeds from the sale of any item with an animal in the gallery from the show will be donated to the local SPCA. The exhibit can be seen & purchased both in the gallery & online. This art event features the works of nationally acclaimed and local artists. Original paintings,animation art,jewelry,sculptures & more. The gallery is family owned & operated. It’s the Outer Banks’ 1st art gallery and was established by the Smith family in 1961. It is one of the largest privately owned galleries in the Southeast.

PERFORMING ARTS SERIES PRESENTED BY OUTER BANKS FORUM FOR THE LIVELY ARTS

SEP 13, 2014 – APR 23, 2015

First Flight High School Auditorium, 100 Veterans Drive , Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948
Phone: 757-613-6426

7 Great Concerts:
Jason Marsalis Vibes Quartet – Saturday, Sept. 13th
Amphion String Quartet – Saturday, Oct. 4th
Malpass Brothers – Saturday, Nov. 8th
Ryan Shupe & and the Rubberband – Saturday, Jan. 24th
Swingle Singers – Saturday, Feb. 14th
Windsync – Saturday, Mar. 28th
The Virginia Symphony – Thursday, Apr. 23rd

Artists and dates subject to change. All sales final. All Performances are held at First Flight High School in Kill Devil Hills. Questions? Contact Us or call Kim Prince at 757-613-6426. The mission of the Outer Banks Forum for the Lively Arts is to promote the appreciation of and involvement in the performing arts on the Outer Banks and nearby areas through the presentation of an annual affordable series of concerts by diverse artists, integrated with activities of other community organizations.