By Gloria Bond Clunie
POWERFUL COMING OF AGE STORY! A young girl faces life-changing choices in the midst of the Civil Rights era.
Set in North Carolina in the 1960s, North Star is the story of Relia, an African-American girl, searching for her place to shine in both society and her personal life. The joyous innocence of Relia's summer is transformed by the rising tensions of the growing civil rights movement. Relia's parents are hotly divided between letting her participate in the demonstrations and shielding her from the harsh realities of the civil rights struggle and their community's battle for freedom. Relia's memories of magical moments stargazing with her father help guide her as she risks her life to be a part of "Big Freedom."
Performances are in ARC's Main Theatre
Fri/Sat 8 pm February 28, 29 March 6, 7* 2020
Sun 2 pm March 1, 8
Thurs 6:30 pm March 5
* Sat Mar.7 will be ASL Interpreted.
$12 Students (any school with ID)
$12 Seniors (62 and over)
Please note: Sorry, but children 4 and under are not admitted.
Fees: $1 plus 2% per ticket. (Max $1.36 per ticket)
Please note that to choose your own seats you must access the Ticketleap site from a computer. That option doesn't exist from a mobile device.
Online ticket sales are stopped 2 hours before each performance. Ticketleap may put up a message saying the performance is sold out. But tickets will still be available at the door.