If you love supporting the Arts in our community, especially
in our schools, then you will want to be at ARTrageous 2019 on November 8th
at The Learning Center Charter School.
ARTrageous is an annual, themed celebration of the Arts. The
event features music, dancing, dramatic performances, galleries of student work
This year’s theme is an old time radio show. Students have studied what entertainment was
like in the 1920s and 1930s before television.
The school’s theater troupe, the Grow Zone Players, will be performing
an actual episode of “The Thin Man” while also creating the sound effects from
“The Thin Man” was a weekly radio show that starred Nick and
Nora as crime detectives solving a mysterious case each week.
“This is a different style of performance than we’ve done in
the past but one that our young actors are very excited to share with our
community,” said drama program director, Ryan Bender.
Along with displays of student work and delicious hors
d’oeuvres, there will be local performers including members of the Ridgeline
Literary Alliance. The TLC Grow Zone
Players will present their live radio performance of “The Thin Man” at 7:30pm.
Mark your calendar for ARTrageous 2019 on Nov 8th
at 6pm at The Learning Center Charter School located at 945 Conaheeta Street in
Murphy. Adult tickets are $10 and
students are $5.
Our 4th Annual ARTrageous event is scheduled for November 8, 2019 at 6:00pm in our Auditorium. This annual event features student written and visual art, art from our local community, live performances and a special production from our very own GrowZone Players. This year’s theme is Old Time Radio Show and you won’t want to miss it. Stop by the front office to grab tickets for this awesome! annual event. $5 per student and $10 per adult. All money raised goes to support the Arts at our school.
On November 8th and 9th, 2018, our school hosted our third annual art celebration and fundraising event — ARTrageous 2018.
This two night event featured a live and silent auction on Thursday. Former North Carolina Poet Laureate, Shelby Stephenson, was on hand to entertain the crowd.
On the second night of the event, art was celebrated in all forms from food, dancing, live music, written and spoken word, to gallery art and live drama performances.
Our fabulous TLC! GrowZone Players performed a one-act play. These young actors always steal the show and give audiences a great preview of the spectacular performances you’ll see at our annual Spring Musical. This year’s play, The Wolf Who Was a Vegetarian, and Other Slightly Bizarre Stories featured the work of North Carolina Playwright Susan Steadman, seen in the photo above.
TONIGHT is ARTrageous 2018 — art, food, live music, and our fabulous GrowZone Players performing a one-act play. $8 for adults and $5 for students. Please consider supporting this awesome event. Plus you’ll be able to bid on items in our silent auction. OH! Did I mention there will be food?
The last post recapped the awesome event in November, ARTrageous, which featured art in all forms and concluded with a one-act play from our GrowZone Players. The play was St. George and the Dragon, written and adapted by school drama director, Ryan Bender.
The GrowZone Players are our troupe of actors. Students in 5th-8th grades have the opportunity each year to choose the drama elective and, as such, audition for roles in the annual fall one-act play and the spring musical.
This year’s one-act play told the story of a king, a dragon and a band of royal court misfits that ultimately saved the day. It was laugh-out-loud funny, well performed and pure entertainment for all in attendance.
The ever growing and changing list of members of our GrowZone Player troupe never cease to amaze audiences with their performances. They manage to take a script and bring it to life in a skilled and professional manner far exceeding their individual ages.
Be sure to take every opportunity to see the GrowZone Players’ productions. They are not to be missed!
On November 17, 2017, our school hosted our second annual art celebration and fundraising event. Last year it was called our Art Gala. This year the name changed to ARTrageous.
The evening included gallery art from students, teachers and community members as well as writing performers, local musicians Elise and Micah McCool, the John C. Campbell Folk School Dancers and Band. The evening concluded with a hilarious performance by TLC’s own GrowZone Players in a one-act play titled, St. George and the Dragon.
Special thanks to the following community partners for making this event a success: