A group of people sharing the same environment
and having shared interests;

Our community includes everyone in Cary. Our shared interest is the health and well-being of each other.  As a community, we are all in this Stay at Home order together.  It won’t be long before the temporary isolation we are going through now will seem like a distant memory. While our little theater remains dark, we can look forward to the day when it is safe to return. The lights will be turned on, our doors will reopen, and movies and live performances will resume.

Hang in there Cary community.  We’re making a difference together.

Blog of the Week

How do you explain why we are all staying home to the little ones in our community? Here’s a tool from a local writer that can help.

Second Week of Trivia in the Can 

We hope you had fun with last week’s trivia contest.


What do Marlon Brando, Jamie Lee Curtis, George Lucas & Hedy Lamarr all have in common?
Answer = All acquired patents for inventions



This Oscar-nominated actress has an ordained Tibetan Monk in the family.

Answer = Uma Thurman

This week’s winners are:

On FaceBook:  Miz GarGa and Andy Epsilantis
On INSTAGRAM:  keatonnncr
On Twitter:  @adamzerda


You’ll all receive 1-year STAR memberships to The Cary. All prizes will be valid starting when we reopen.

Keep watching for this week’s contest and invite your friends to join us on social media to play along!

CBS to Air 5 Blockbusters in May

While we’re all looking for things to do at home, check out the upcoming movies in May on CBS, offering 5 block buster classics on Sunday nights.


Beyond: The Cary Film Festival’s Screenplay Winner


In Career Day, Brandon Johnston writes about a man struggling with his direction in life when he’s forced to search his soul, while presenting to his son’s class for Career Day.

Meet Brandon at our Table Read of his award-winning screenplay slated for Saturday, September 26 at 2 p.m. in Marcus Dry at the Cary Arts Center.  Brandon grew up in Acworth, Georgia and studied Mass Communication at Georgia College in Milledgeville.

While in college he began writing his first short form scripts. He would help produce several of his scripts into short films throughout his tenure in college, three of which went on to win awards in different film festivals.

Brandon shares, “I’ve enjoyed movies and storytelling all my life. Through my writing I hope to connect with audiences in a way that both entertains and connects with readers as we all try to find our ways through life. I wrote this script at a time in my life where I was uncertain of where I was going with my passion for film. I hope it will connect with others who have questioned their own directions and decisions in life.”


Join us on social media for weekly trivia and prizes! Invite friends to play along, and let’s find out who knows the most about the movies. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram so you don’t miss out.



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