3/23/13 - Carolina Town brought An Evening with John Denverto the Ansonia. The three group members performed over 20 of Denver's best-loved songs.
3/12/13 - Soul Street Dance presented a family-friendly evening of amazing modern choreography performed to music from classical to Elvis to Michael Jackson.
1/26/13 - A Tuff Shuffle - Backstage with Louis Armstrongbrought Satchmo alive on the Ansonia stage.
11/08/12 - The Uwharrie Players broughtTwelve Angry Mento the Ansonia stage.
10/19-21/12 - The local production of the musical You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown.
5/20/12 - EbzB Productions presented War Bonds: The Songs and Letters of World War II, a multi-media living history cabaret, including twenty-two songs of the era
5/15/12 -Charlotte Children's Theatre's Tarradiddle Players presented The Commedia Cinderella.
5/10/12 - The Great Kaplan entertained audiences of all ages with his vaudevillesque spectacle of comedy, magic, and juggling
4/19/12 - The Renaissonics, a chamber ensemble, presented an evening of Renaissance music, dance, and improvisation.
4/13/12 - Professional storytellers presented an evening of Back Porch Stories, in conjunction with the 4th annual Carolina Writers Conference.
3/14/12 - Doug Berkyentertained elementary and middle school students with a comic presentation of mime and masks.
2/18/12 - R. L. Smith and the Original TAMS rocked the house with classic beach music.
12/08/11 - 12/17/11 - The Anson Players presented six performances of director David Ariail's adaptation of A Christmas Carolto sold-out audiences.
11/11/11 - The Army Ground Forces Band's Jazz Guardians presented a free Veteran's Day concert in honor of Anson County's veterans.
11/03/11 - Anson New Technology High School, in conjunction with EbzB Productions, presented Beyond the Color Purple: Bring Anson Back, an original play based on oral histories of Anson County residents.
9/12/11 - EbzB Productions presented War Bonds: The Songs and Letters of World War II to an audience of community members and students from New Tech High School. This multi-media living history cabaret included live music, personal letters from the front, and headline news of the period.
8/27/11 - Sandy B. and the All-Stars from Augusta, GA rocked the stage with Motown and beach music. Local band The Hidden Talents opened the show.
8/19/11 - The Cabrera family brought Cinderellato the stage with their marionette theatre.
7/28/11 - The Uwharrie Playersperformed the musical numbers from their production of the Broadway musical All Shook Up.
6/18/11 - Recording artist Tim Hildebrandtperformed songs from his latest CD, Hombres, accompanied by percussionist Robert Hudson, guitarist Joanne Martin, and keyboardist Russell Rogers.
5/22/11 - The Ansonia's first concert featured local performers. The Anson Singers, a newly-formed community chorale co-sponsored by the Arts Council, performed for a full house, along with thirteen-year-old singer/songwriter Carson Hill, recording artist Matthew Gibson, and Roy Orbison tribute artist Tony King.
4/19/11 - Charlotte Children's Theatre's Tarradiddle Players presented If You Take a Mouse to School to young children and their parents at both morning and evening performances.
4/08/11 - Bright Star Touring Theatre presented Jack's Adventures in North Carolina Historyto an audience of middle school students and their parents.
4/07/11 - Renowned performance poet Glenis Redmondpresented a program of poetry, opening with poems created by local high school students in a workshop with Ms. Redmond earlier that day.
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