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2021 Spring Musicals and Theatre
2021 Spring Musicals and Theatre
Posted on 04/21/2021
Theatre arts students in Buncombe County Schools are bringing world-class fine arts performances to our community.Featured Photos: 1. (Above) T.C. Roberson High presents You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown. 2. (Below) A.C. Reynolds High presents Little Shop of Horrors.

BCS Communications


A.C. Reynolds High presentes Little Shop of Horrors.It's time for the show! Theatre arts students in Buncombe County Schools are bringing world-class fine arts performances to our community. From outdoor theatre to video streams, schools are finding safe and creative ways to share their performances this season. Come celebrate the arts and our talented students!

This list will be updated as information is made available. Don't see your school's big spring production? Email the details to the BCS Communications Dept.

A Midsummer Night's Dream
Enka High
7 p.m. on May 6, 7, 8
Outdoor Performance
Ticketing Info (or scan QR codes on poster below)

Little Shop of Horrors
A.C. Reynolds High
April 23 (24-hour access)
Tickets and Streaming Info

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
T.C. Roberson High
When: 7:30 p.m. on April 23, 24
Tickets and Streaming Info
Learn more in this Golden Fleece story.

Sometimes You Just Need to Get Out!
A Koontz Theatre Carousel.

Charles T. Koontz Intermediate
6 p.m. on May 14 (Rain Date: May 15)
Outdoor Performance, $2 cost at the door.*

*A message from Koontz: "Join a small, talented group of 5th and 6th grade actors for Koontz Intermediate's first ever Theatre Carousel! The audience will be divided into 6 groups and will walk around the school to different performance stations to see a collection of short plays. Rounds 1 and 2 will each take about 30 minutes, separated by a short intermission. Please note that due to district restrictions, we will need to limit our audience to about 120 people."


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