Faith-based theatre first opened May 22, 1997
FORT MILL, S.C. - May 22, 2017 - May 22 will forever be a marked day in NarroWay history. On May 22, 1997, "The Broadway of Christian Entertainment," opened her doors to a live audience for the first time in a renovated amphitheater just outside of Charlotte. Today, May 22, 2017, marks twenty years of performances for NarroWay Productions, now one of the few premier Christian theater companies in the world.
Founders, writers and directors Yvonne Clark and Rebecca Martin have stood at the helm of NarroWay since its inception. Together, they have guided what was once just a name quietly spoken in a promise, to become a thriving dinner theatre forging new ground in Christian entertainment.
Homeschoolers learn more than performance in New Musical Theatre Class at NarroWay
FORT MILL, S.C. - May 17, 2017 - Forty high school students from York County, Charlotte and surrounding areas are wrapping up the 2017 school year with a grand finale' Spring Musical at the NarroWay Theatre in Fort Mill, SC. On Wednesday, May 17 at 6:30pm and Thursday, May 18 at 12pm. A semester of learning culminates in two high-energy perfomances of the full-length musical, "Billy Loves Bobby Sue." Performances are open to the public and tickets are available online or by calling the box office at 803.802.2300.
Students bring to the stage an energetic show set in 1969, “Billy Loves Bobby Sue.” Written by NarroWay directors Yvonne Clark and Rebecca Martin, the show includes a sock hop style medley of 1960’s hits, video clips from major news events and a compelling storyline.
"Not Just Another Love Story" Opens to Sell-Out Crowds
FORT MILL, S.C. - May 2, 2017 - For the first time in over three years, NarroWay has reopened the classic, nostalgic dinner show "Not Just Another Love Story." Set in the 1940's, the show brings history to life, reliving the days of World War II. A sell-out crowd filled the NarroWay Theatre for the opening performance on April 29. The show continues to play weekends through the summer. Tickets and information for remaining dates are available online or by calling 803.802.2300.
The show follows the life of a young soldier who, as did many, rushes to marry before leaving for the war. The storyline is based on the biblical account of Hosea. But the timeline follows actual World War II events as they happened.
To assure accuracy, writer Rebecca Martin followed the journey of a real World War II soldier
Three Eight-Day Sessions Provide Unique Opportunities
FORT MILL, S.C. - March 14, 2017 - Registration is open for the 2017 season of summer theater camps at NarroWay Productions. Providing a unique, faith-based opportunity for students in York County and the greater Charlotte area, NarroWay's Summer "Spotlight Camps" are available for students entering grades one through eight. Three 8-day sessions are offered June 12 through August 2 at the NarroWay Theatre in Fort Mill, SC. Parents may register students online now through July 15, or until maximum enrollment is reached.
NarroWay's day camps include program activities from 9am until 4pm, Monday through Friday. Campers receive basic instruction in acting, singing, dancing and other theatrical techniques while putting together a mini-musical production. Fun games, crafts and devotionals round out daily activities.