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Theatre Alliance’s ‘Winter Wonder Wander’ will be a walk-through, chiefly outdoors event at the company’s 650 W. Sixth St. location.

“Our ‘Wander’ is a series of vignettes of scenes that we feel certain attendees will recognize,” Lawson said. We feel that they should bring a sense of nostalgia and familiarity to this most unusual year.”

The “Winter Wander” will also include a thrift shop “for some quirky last-minute holiday stocking finds. We also hope a very special guest may be able to visit each evening for socially-distanced photos,” Lawson said.

N.C. Black Rep

“Nativity According to the Gospels”

The N.C. Black Repertory Company, meanwhile, is preparing a virtual version of Mabel P. Robinson’s “Nativity According to The Gospels, A Virtual Holiday Celebration.” The production, which Robinson also directs and choreographs, had its premiere production on-stage last year.

“’Nativity’ is performed during a season that should be constantly celebrated,” Robinson said, “because it suggests continual hope, joy and unity amongst all people.

“Our production consists of very talented local artists, of various disciplines and ages,” she said.

“My creative team offers exciting and flawless sounds by Tony Gillion, festive and intriguing costumes by Frenchy LaVerne Slade, and scintillating lights and scenery by Dr. Artie Reese, all enveloped by the direction and choreography.”

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