One of the most amazing aspects of performing arts is that there is so much more than what meets the eye. Students of all backgrounds and majors can learn so much from any number of our performances.
Each year we release a guide for faculty and students that draws connections between specific courses at CFCC and Wilson Center programing. Our 2020-2021 guide is coming soon, but you can view the guide from this past season below:
Faculty that wish to bring their class or student organization to Cape Fear Stage and nCino Move! performances may apply for grants of tickets via the Broadway for a Better World program.
The nCino MOVE! Dance Series is our community dance residency program. The world-class dance companies we bring as part of Move! perform—but they also do so much more. The dancers spend time in our community, offering free-of-charge workshops, master classes, and demonstrations for local nonprofits and arts groups as well as CFCC students. Faculty or students interested in hosting a residency activity for their class or student organization should fill out the interest form below:
Cape Fear Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, and genetic information, or age.
The views expressed in performances at the Humanities and Fine Arts Center do not necessarily represent the views of the Humanities and Fine Arts Center, and should not be attributed to the Humanities and Fine Arts Center, Cape Fear Stage, Cape Fear Community College, CFCC Board of Trustees, CFCC Foundation, or the Faculty and Staff of CFCC.
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