Cary, NC — The arthouse theater of Downtown reopened its box office on June 15 and reintroduced public film screenings on June 24. Now, as Cary heads into the heat of summer, here are a few shows available for viewing indoors once again, this July.
Cary, NC — Since its April 1 reopening, Koka Booth Amphitheatre has welcomed in COVID-safe crowds, separated into pre-purchased lawn pods and tables for their ongoing Movies by Moonlight series and the now finished Josh Cellars Jazz Series.
Cary, NC — Though I’ve lived in Cary for over a year, I had not been to Koka Booth Amphitheatre until last week.
Cary, NC — Since October 2020, the Cary Theater has offered their virtual cinema platform as a way to bring the arthouse cinema experience home. Here’s a look at what shows you can get virtual passes for this month.
Cary, NC — After 15 months of empty seats, Cary’s Koka Booth Amphitheatre will reopen on April 1, 2021.
Cary, NC — On February 27, 2020, the locally produced documentary, “Shaw Rising” was first broadcast on UNC-TV. The film centers around the largely untold history of Shaw University—the oldest of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the South.
Cary, NC — A little over three months ago, The Cary Theater started up a virtual cinema program as a means to bring the arthouse cinema experience home during the pandemic.
Cary, NC — The second installment of the pop-up outdoor art series, “Glow” started up last night in downtown Cary.
Cary, NC — A locally-made, historic documentary called “Shaw Rising” tells the untold beginnings of Shaw University, the oldest Historically Black College in the South. It premiered in February 2020 and now the 57-minute film is up for a regional Emmy Award.