Just days away from...
Tickets are now on sale for our annual Christmas Show. This year's production is "Merry Christmas & All That Jazz!" It's is a marvelous blend of comedy, music, inspiration and very touching moments. The year is 1947 and the Angels of Jazz are scheduled to perform at the Mills House Hotel in downtown Charleston, SC on Christmas Eve. Their manager, Larry Spencer, has arranged for the band to spend the night and wake-up to room service breakfast in the morning. However, that's not how it turns out. The whole band ends up in the alley with nowhere to go. So with nothing else to do, they do what comes natural on Christmas Eve... the celebrate in the alley! It's toe-tappin', knee-slappin' fun as this group sings and dances their way into Christmas Day.
If you need to catch the Christmas spirit. If you need some laughs and inspiration. If you need a break from holiday stress then you got to come to this show!
And you can order your discounted tickets below. From now until Oct. 31 tickets are only $22 each. On Nov. 1 tickets will be $26 until Thanksgiving Day. On Nov. 28 tickets will be $30 each. So order early and get your Christmas on!
We are a nonprofit in Greensboro, NC seeking to bring a sense of belonging and community to the city. We plan to do this in a variety of ways, including Greensboro Grub, performance, tutoring through PAPA, and our ground floor coffee shop, PB+J.
But we are getting ahead of ourselves... and you! Let's just explain it this way. We are creating a Hub in the downtown area of Greensboro, NC. This Hub has many spokes but all the spokes lead to the center, which is Community, Relationships and Family. Everything we do in each of the spokes points to the central purpose of our existence: a loving, peaceful community.
See to the right for a bit more detail on each of the spokes. See below for more overview and City 616's current ongoings.
Community building is at the heart of everything City 616 does. Current programs include a monthly community dinner (called Greensboro Grub) and theater workshops put on in conjunction with local schools and the Boys and Girls Club (PAPA). City 616 currently has a 50-seat theater that has hosted local numerous artists as well as community theater productions, giving special focus to collaborations and productions that have inter-racial casts and crew.
City 616 is currently in a stage of great expansion and renovation. Most programs have been taking place on the third floor; however, the space is proving insufficient to meet program needs. The organization is making plans to renovate the first floor of the building to include a larger theater for use by City 616 and community productions (SIPS), as well as a coffee shop (PB+Java) to generate revenue for additional programs.