Great things happening at The Haid over the next coming weeks!

Memberships available HERE through the run of The Arabian Nights!

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The Cast of The Arabian Nights
Just two more chances to see and experience The Arabian Nights!

See our playbill HERE for more historical context and info about this production.

Tickets at the door or online: HERE!
Final two performances!

November 23 - 8pm
November 24 - 2:30pm

"True prayer lightens the heart." What emerges as a beguiling piece of storytelling, Mary Zimmerman’s The Arabian Nights retains the classic legend in which Scheherazade delays death by telling a nightly tale to a murderous king. She also proves the power of the cliffhanger, either by leaving her hearer in suspense, or artfully allowing one story to fold into the next. In this world, the coarse and the miraculous coexist, and the magic of storytelling holds the power to change people. "If you want theatre at its most unpretentiously poetic, most fetchingly stylish, as humane as it is elegant, I commend to you The Arabian Nights." (New York Magazine)

Please note: This is not the story of Aladdin, nor is it children's theatre. It is a wonderful, fantastical, intriguing, and at times powerful stage adaptation of many of the legendary stories that were created and curated in the Middle East in the 8th through 13th centuries. Recommended for teenagers and olderSee our playbill HERE for more historical context and info about The Arabian Nights.

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Advanced purchase recommended. Tickets may also be available at the door.

Ashlin Treat (Scheherezade), Theo Townend (Sharyar), and Rylee Yarrington (Dunyzade) in
 The Arabian Nights
Aziza Stansberry (Perfect Love) and the Cast of The Arabian Nights

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Have you already seen The Arabian Nights?
Head over to the Gaston School of the Arts, as they present Madeline's Christmas.
Audiences of all ages will enjoy this holiday delight! Tickets at the door. 

Final two performances Saturday, 11/23 at 7pm and Sunday, 11/24 at 3pm
Save the dates for an original work by The Abbey Players' Director of Theatre, Simon Donoghue, in collaboration with Stuart W. Cramer High School's Stagestruck Players. Based on Gaston County history - the 1929 textile workers' strike.

Tickets will be made available closer to the December performances at The Haid.

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