HISTORY IS BROUGHT TO LIFE IN THIS TWO PART STREAMING PERFORMANCE ABOUT HARRIET TUBMAN AND FREDERICK DOUGLASS. Harriet Tubman Known as the “Moses of her people,” Harriet Tubman was enslaved, escaped, and helped others gain their freedom as a “conductor” of the Underground Railroad. Tubman also served as a Union spy, and scout, often transforming […]

RUN FROM MALARIA! Join us for a community event with a virtual self-paced run/walk/bike around ol’ Walterborough. Established in 1783, our town is full of wonderful history. For the month of April join in by running, biking, cycling, walking, rollerblading, or anything that gets you moving by collecting those miles to equal 17.83! Use #walterborough1783 […]

Announcing Our New Production: RED Tony-Award Winning Play of Mark Rothko’s Art and his Shades of Genius April 8 – 11, 2021 The Arts Center is proud to offer this limited-run production of John Logan’s Tony Award-winning RED, April 8–11. Enthralling and provocative, RED is an electrifying portrait of one of the twenty century’s greatest artists woven into a […]