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Arts & Entertainment
There's nothing like taking in a great play or seeing wonderful musical performance. In the greater area surrounding Clemmons, there is no shortage of arts and entertainment venues to choose from to get your cultural fix. From children's productions to independent films and just about everything in between, our local theaters and cultural centers provide entertainment through inspiration, creativity and education. Here's a look at some of the most popular venues and what they offer.
Aperture Cinema is a one-of- a-kind space to enjoy art on film in the Winston-Salem area. Opened in 2010, Aperture was originally a small, two-screen movie house and has since grown to four screening rooms. If you love independent, foreign, documentary, local or festival films that inspire the soul and educate the mind, Aperture Cinema is a must-see destination.
Creative Drama Children's Theater
Creative Drama Children's Theater's (CDCT) is a Christian-based organization in Clemmons that opened its doors for business on September 6th, 2011. CDCT offers a number of fun and exciting classes for children in preschool through high school.
Hanesbrands Theatre is a performance venue for theater, dance, film and music. Located adjacent to the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts in downtown Winston-Salem, Hanesbrands Theatre boasts state-of- the-art light, sound, and projection systems to bring the most out of any show. Check the schedule of upcoming performances and see what you might enjoy for a cultural night out on the town.
Originally a 1929 silent movie theatre, the Stevens Center is a magnificently restored neoclassical theatre located in downtown Winston-Salem, NC. Re-opened in April 1983, the Stevens Center is the primary performance space for the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, as well as the Winston-Salem Symphony, Piedmont Opera Theatre, and several other local and state arts organizations.
Located at the Yadkin Cultural Arts Center in Yadkinville, NC, the Willingham Theater is home to a variety of cultural performances throughout the year. The spring 2017 season includes showings of Steel Magnolias and Dirty Dancing, productions of Tony Award-winning plays, such as Guys and Dolls, and Peter and the Starcatcher, and musical performances by Masters of Soul and MIPSO.
Established in 1946 originally as a civic orchestra on the campus of Salem College, the Winston-Salem Symphony (WSS) incorporated in 1952 and hired its first full-time conductor in 1955. Over the years the WSS has offered a wide range of repertoires including classical orchestral and choral concert music; opera, oratorio, and ballet; and popular music.