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2nd Annual NCTC Fundraiser

March 28 (7:30pm)

Lee Street Theatre

Category: Special Events

danieltruhitte.jpgSuggested cash donation of $10 at the door

Mark your calendars because this is an evening of entertainment and philanthropy that you won’t want to miss! Enjoy performances by local talent, Catawba College students, Now Are the Foxes Improv Comedy, and special guest Daniel Truhitte! Truhitte is best known for his portrayal of Rolfe in the 1965 film The Sound of Music.

All proceeds from the door will go to benefit the North Carolina Theatre Conference (NCTC) and a portion of concessions tips will go to benefit Catawba College’s Blue Masque.

This event is one night only and will be at the Lee Street theatre & Performing Arts Center at the Tom & Martha Smith Event Center. 329 N Lee Street, Salisbury, NC 28144


About NCTC
The North Carolina Theatre Conference is the statewide service organization and professional association for the theatre community. NCTC is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving and enhancing theatre in NC through service, leadership and advocacy. NCTC members include theatre companies, K-12 schools, colleges/universities and individual artists and arts supporters. In addition to the presentation of the NCTC Awards, the organization produces several events throughout the year including the NCTC Producing Gathering, NCTC College Discovery Day and statewide High School and Middle School Play Festivals. Visit to learn more about NCTC. 

About the Blue Masque
The Blue Masque is Catawba College’s oldest and largest club. Founded in 1925 as the only producing organization at Catawba, the Blue Masque has earned a reputation of being fun, inviting to all, and consistently producing excellent student-directed experimental productions.

About Lee Street theatre
The Lee Street theatre & Performing Arts Center at the Tom & Martha Smith Event Center is located at the corner of North Lee and Kerr streets. It was founded in 2008 and undertook at $1.5 million capital campaign to help underwrite the cost of renovating its new home. In the new facility, flexible seating is available for anywhere from 130-200 people. The Center was funded by and named for 1964 Catawba alumnus Tom Smith and his wife. For more information, visit

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