Like other popular trios—the Three Stooges, the Lord of the Rings trilogy and the Bee Gees, to name a few—the cit- ies of Triad, N.C., are poised
to entertain groups when the meeting’s
business has concluded.
And much like how the Brothers Gibb or Tolkien’s world
may delight some but not others, the entertaining experienc-
es in Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point are diverse
enough to satisfy the interests of various groups.
The intriguing offerings include everything from din-
ner theater and the opportunity to mimic zoo animals to a
hands-on art class and the exploration of miniature homes.
Since 1964, Greensboro’s Barn Dinner Theatre has been the
place to go for “dinnertainment,” meaning a quality dining
experience combined with a Broadway-style performance.
BY CAROLYN BLACKBURN
North Carolina’s Triad cities are flush with entertainment value
Sky Wild, Greensboro Science Center’s Animal Discovery Zoo