Running an arthouse theater in our community is hard work, what with stiff competition and on-demand services readily available. Yet, The Cary Theater has become a hotspot in the resurgence of downtown, providing uniquely authentic programming that’s catching people’s attention.
Recently, the News & Observer caught up with Joy Ennis, program director at The Cary, to hear how she’s crafting programming that’s captivating the theater’s growing audience.
Fall programing included a Zombiepalooza and the Sick Chick Flicks Film Festival. Which may not even be the most interesting next offering is a White Christmas sing-a-long, running from December 16-18.