Audiences rave about the play “columbinus”
"An amazing dramatic experience."
"The best community theater I've ever seen."
"Everybody needs to see this play."
"The government isn't going to do anything about it."
SEEING THIS PLAY IS WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT SCHOOL VIOLENCE!
The Social Justice Theater of the Carolinas will perform "columbinus" live
on Triangle stages through March.
2020 Vision Tour - Triangle, NC
• The ArtsCenter Theater, Carrboro, Feb. 8
• Sweet Bee Theater, Pittsboro, Mar. 7-8
• Burning Coal Theater, Raleigh, Mar. 22
The Center for the Arts, Pittsboro (CFTA) and our resident arts organizations, services, events and activities only exist because people in our community know about us and choose to come here.
Great for Pittsboro to Know...
Check out all the goings on at CFTA. You might be surprised!
A "by-accident" organization, Pittsboro Youth Theater is CFTA's anchor tenant
and the only reason this hot-mess of arts-related goodness exists in Pittsboro.
A joint endeavor of a volunteer ensemble cast and the Center for the Arts, Pittsboro to change the fraying social fabric of the US
5 Instructors 6 days a week teaching singing voice, guitar, violin, piano, ukulele, cello, stand-up bass, fiddle and more
Fine fresh Coffee and Chocolates • NOW OPEN
Paintings and hand-made art glass jewelry and hangings by local artists)
Area adult actors and actresses audition, rehearse and perform 3-4 shows a year in Sweet Bee Theater
The one and only public theater in Chatham County! Home to Pittsboro Youth Theater, Chatham Community Players and Social Justice Theater of the Carolinas, events, private parties, conferences, movies and more
...Please Tell Your Friends!
We are so happy to have multiple cast members recognized in Chatham Life & Style's "Best of the Year" performing arts awards.
One of our Pittsboro Youth Theater Ensemble cast members, Fiona Tiegreen, was honored as a "Rising Star" for her performance in Dorothy Meets Alice. At age 9, Fiona was the youngest performer to be honored in any category.
Additionally, Jon Woolard was honored for his performance in October's Arsenic and Old Lace by the Chatham Community Players. Jon played a scarily accurate Jonathan Brewster and gave show-stopping performances every night!
It's great that Pittsboro's own family of Theater organizations were recognized as "Outstanding" alongside Triangle region heavyweights, such as DPAC, Raleigh Little Theater, Ward Theater, Burning Coal Theater and other much larger, well established and funded organizations and venues.
In the heart of downtown Pittsboro
Sweet Bee Theater
is the only
public theater in Chatham county.
in Center for the Arts, Pittsboro
Hours of Operation through Sun. 2/16/20
...and for local and theater Events
NEW CAFFE HOURS
STARTING Mon. 2/17/20
We will be opening at 1pm M,T,W,F
starting Monday, Feb. 17, 2020
...& for CFTA events