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Ensemble Stage is a 501 (c) 3 Nonprofit Corporation. All donations are tax deductible
Ensemble Stage is a professional theater located in Banner Elk North Carolina, dedicated to culturally enriching the lives of residents and visitors alike by providing a broad range of live theatrical presentations of the highest possible quality at an affordable price.
Our mission is to inspire, challenge and nurture the imagination and social skills of youths and adults through performances and theatre based educational programs.
2020 Season Sponsored in part by
PO Box 2274
Banner Elk, NC 28604
Ensemble Stage is dedicated to our dear friend, Jerry Burns.
Professional Theater at Affordable Prices!
The Historic Banner Elk School located at 185 Azalea Cir SE, in Banner Elk, NC.
OUR NEW, PERMANENT HOME!
Professional Theatre in Banner Elk, NC
Be a 2020 "Ghost Light" Donor
July 13 thru July 17, 9am-3pm
Enrollment is limited to 15 campers to ensure a more enriching and interactive experience
2020 Summer Theatre Camp HAS BEEN CANCELLED
DUE TO COVID-19
The safety and health of our patrons, actors, volunteers and staff is important to us. In order to offer the healthiest and safest entertainment experience possible, we are finalizing all the preventative and safety measures we will be implementing. Once complete, you will be able to "click" the tab below that explains them in detail.
Ghost Lights have been a part of theatre for hundreds of years. A single-bulb “ghost light” is left burning at center stage after the cast and crew has gone. It helps keep them safe and lights their way when they return to the darkened theater.
Help keep Ensemble Stage safe. Be our Ghost Light.