Living in the mountains of North Carolina does not mean you have to sacrifice your cultural interests. If you love the solitude and beauty of the outdoors, but also love attending the theatre or symphony, the good news is you don’t have to choose between the two! One of the greatest appeals of the Grandview Peaks Community is you can enjoy the benefits of nature without ever being too far from the pleasures of modern life. Within a short 20 minute drive you have access to four mountain towns. From Broadway plays to traditional bluegrass music or even art exhibits, your property in western North Carolina is just a stone’s throw away from all the cultural activities you love. Learn more about the nearby cultural activities available below:
City of Morganton Municipal Auditorium
Locally known as CoMMA, the theatre opened its doors officially on November 5, 1986. CoMMA hosts a wide variety of concerts, plays, Broadway musicals, public meetings, worship services, and private gatherings.
The Foundation Performing Arts Center in Spindale, NC
The Foundation is a performing arts center that features music, theatre, dance and more. Located on the Isothermal Community College campus, the theatre is situated in a wooded lakeside setting, the building has an 80-foot, three-story wall of glass that overlooks the lake and provides picturesque views by day and dramatic scenes by night.
Flat Rock Playhouse
In 1961, Flat Rock Playhouse was officially designated The State Theatre of North Carolina. What began as a few weeks of summer performances in 1940 is now an eight month season of plays including Broadway musicals, comedy, drama, and theatre for young audiences.