Thalian Association announces new season of shows in Wilmington

It’s been well over a year since Thalian Association Community Theatre — Wilmington’s oldest theater company, and the official community theater of the state of North Carolina — performed for a full-sized, in-person audience.

That show was the musical “Guys and Dolls,” which the company did at Kenan Auditorium on the campus of the University of North Carolina Wilmington way back in February of 2020, the last full month of the so-called Before Times.

On Monday, the Thalian Association announced what amounts to a planned return to normalcy from the pandemic: Its 2021-2022 season of main stage plays and musicals, to be performed for what’s anticipated as largely full-capacity audiences at Thalian Hall in downtown Wilmington this coming fall.

By the time Alfred Uhry’s Southern-fried drama of race “Driving Miss Daisy” is scheduled to open Oct. 1, it will have been nearly two years since the Thalian Association has performed at Thalian Hall. (The Thalian Association and Thalian Hall Center for the Performing Arts are separate organizations.)

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