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  1. Best of Enemies - a new drama

    September 20, 2019, 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM @ The Armory Performing Arts Center

    BASED ON A TRUE STORY: 1971, Durham, North Carolina - an ambitious young community organizer decides that the only way to move Durham's deeply segregated schools closer to Martin Luther King's vision of integrated, equal education is to bring two bitter enemies together on the same school board committee. Ann Atwater, a Civil Rights Activist and C.P. Ellis, a local KKK leader, are locked in a fierce struggle that forces them both to confront the worst and the best in each other and themselves. Platte Valley Players presents the regional premiere of Germain's BEST OF ENEMIES featuring Ghandia Johnson, Jeff Jesmer, Michael Sapp and Julie Kaye Wolf, directed by Kelly Van Oosbree and Assistant Director Victoria Holloway. *for audiences aged 12+ due to the sensitive nature of subject matter

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  2. Best of Enemies - a new drama

    September 21, 2019, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM @ The Armory Performing Arts Center

    BASED ON A TRUE STORY: 1971, Durham, North Carolina - an ambitious young community organizer decides that the only way to move Durham's deeply segregated schools closer to Martin Luther King's vision of integrated, equal education is to bring two bitter enemies together on the same school board committee. Ann Atwater, a Civil Rights Activist and C.P. Ellis, a local KKK leader, are locked in a fierce struggle that forces them both to confront the worst and the best in each other and themselves. Platte Valley Players presents the regional premiere of Mark St. Germain's BEST OF ENEMIES featuring Ghandia Johnson, Jeff Jesmer, Michael Sapp and Julie Kaye Wolf, directed by Kelly Van Oosbree and Assistant Director Victoria Holloway. *for audiences aged 12+ due to the sensitive nature of subject matter

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  3. Best of Enemies - a new drama

    September 21, 2019, 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM @ The Armory Performing Arts Center

    BASED ON A TRUE STORY: 1971, Durham, North Carolina - an ambitious young community organizer decides that the only way to move Durham's deeply segregated schools closer to Martin Luther King's vision of integrated, equal education is to bring two bitter enemies together on the same school board committee. Ann Atwater, a Civil Rights Activist and C.P. Ellis, a local KKK leader, are locked in a fierce struggle that forces them both to confront the worst and the best in each other and themselves. Platte Valley Players presents the regional premiere of Mark St. Germain's BEST OF ENEMIES featuring Ghandia Johnson, Jeff Jesmer, Michael Sapp and Julie Kaye Wolf, directed by Kelly Van Oosbree and Assistant Director Victoria Holloway. *for audiences aged 12+ due to the sensitive nature of subject matter

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  4. 2019 Art in the Park

    September 28, 2019, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

    Brighton Art in the Park 2019 September 28, 2019, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. New Applications will be accepted through September 7, 2019. The objective of Art in the Park is to draw artists and patrons to Brighton for a new and exciting gathering of arts and culture. This event will serve to showcase many of our regional artists, as well as bring new artists into Brighton, furthering our commitment to cultural arts.

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  5. Best of Enemies - a new drama

    September 28, 2019, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM @ The Armory Performing Arts Center

    BASED ON A TRUE STORY: 1971, Durham, North Carolina - an ambitious young community organizer decides that the only way to move Durham's deeply segregated schools closer to Martin Luther King's vision of integrated, equal education is to bring two bitter enemies together on the same school board committee. Ann Atwater, a Civil Rights Activist and C.P. Ellis, a local KKK leader, are locked in a fierce struggle that forces them both to confront the worst and the best in each other and themselves. Platte Valley Players presents the regional premiere of Mark St. Germain's BEST OF ENEMIES featuring Ghandia Johnson, Jeff Jesmer, Michael Sapp and Julie Kaye Wolf, directed by Kelly Van Oosbree and Assistant Director Victoria Holloway. *for audiences aged 12+ due to the sensitive nature of subject matter

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  6. Best of Enemies - a new drama

    September 28, 2019, 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM @ The Armory Performing Arts Center

    BASED ON A TRUE STORY: 1971, Durham, North Carolina - an ambitious young community organizer decides that the only way to move Durham's deeply segregated schools closer to Martin Luther King's vision of integrated, equal education is to bring two bitter enemies together on the same school board committee. Ann Atwater, a Civil Rights Activist and C.P. Ellis, a local KKK leader, are locked in a fierce struggle that forces them both to confront the worst and the best in each other and themselves. Platte Valley Players presents the regional premiere of Mark St. Germain's BEST OF ENEMIES featuring Ghandia Johnson, Jeff Jesmer, Michael Sapp and Julie Kaye Wolf, directed by Kelly Van Oosbree and Assistant Director Victoria Holloway. *for audiences aged 12+ due to the sensitive nature of subject matter

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