Client News News & Observer Features The Cary’s Diverse Programming

November 12th, 2016 | by: Scott Misner

The Cary program director Joy Ennis outside of the theater on Oct. 24, 2016. Photo by Juli Leonard.

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.

Be sure to follow The Cary Theater on Facebook or Twitter to stay current with their unique schedule.  Photos by Juli Leonard, The News & Observer.