The Wake Forest Renaissance Centre announced today that Vital Theatre has canceled both performances of “The Wizard of Oz” on Saturday, Sept. 16.

In an email to the Renaissance Centre, the theater company did not offer a reason for the cancellation but shared the following: “This is the...Read more


The Wake Forest Renaissance Centre is seeking volunteers with filmmaking experience to judge film submissions for the 2024 Wake Forest Film Festival.

Selected judges will receive a link to view a selection of films, then provide feedback and scores. To learn more, contact Technical...Read more


The Wake Forest Renaissance Centre is hosting a new art exhibit entitled “Apron Strings: Ties to the Past” featuring works by Wake Forest Guild of Artists members Delphine Peller, Sherry Hatley, Clina Polloni, Ted Jay, Marge Violetta, Christine Smith, Karen Ruffner, James Dussias, Kathy Weber,...Read more


Vital Theatre will present two performances of the classic tale “The Wizard of Oz” Saturday, Sept. 16, at the Wake Forest Renaissance Centre, 405 S. Brooks St. Showtimes are at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.

Don’t miss this incredible re-telling of an American classic that has been entertaining...Read more


TING Internet has awarded $7,000 to the Wake Forest Public Art Commission (PAC) to be used on a sculpture commemorating the Wake Forest Renaissance Centre’s tenth anniversary.

The piece of art will be unveiled during the PAC’s Celebration of Arts at the Renaissance Centre on Saturday,...Read more