When the North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA) first opened in Winston-Salem in 1965, there were three schools: Drama, Dance, and Music. Its original purpose was to provide professional instruction in the performing arts to gifted students from the junior high school, high school, college, and post-graduate levels. Within three years of establishing the school, the faculty decided to create a new department for students who were primarily interested in careers behind the scenes — in any ...
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