The Darlington County Cultural Realism Complex announces new Artistic Director
Darlington County’s Cultural Realism Complex (CRC) announced March 4, 2016 that Triza Cox will serve as their new Artistic Director. In this capacity, Triza Cox’s responsibilities will include theatrical productions, dance, and drama classes. Triza will also be responsible of booking local and national acts for various productions at the CRC Vision Center.
Triza Cox is a South Carolina-based theatre artist. She holds an MFA in Theatre: Performance from the University of Louisville. Triza toured regionally and nationally with various companies including: Bright Star Theatre, Blue Apple Players and Walden Theatre. She is the recipient of the Kentucky New Voices grant. Her research centers on Jungian archetypes and the collective unconscious in theatre. She also studies Kathak and Bharatanatyam dance.
The CRC Vision Center expects this new artistic director to continue their efforts to promote and cultivate the arts and the humanities in Darlington County and the entire Pee Dee region.
The next event will be the Saturday, April 23rd performance debut of the dinner theatre show “God in the Midst of It All.”
About The Darlington County Cultural Realism Complex
Founded on January 1, 1973 by Mrs. Wilhelmina P. Johnson, the Darlington County Cultural Realism Complex, Inc. during the past 43-years has rendered unduplicated services to Darlington County, South Carolina, and the United States of America. The Darlington County Cultural Realism Complex, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) private, non-profit corporation with both state and federal tax exemptions and duly registered in accordance with the provision of the South Carolina Solicitation of the Charitable Fund Act. The mission of the Darlington County Cultural Realism Complex, Inc. is to bridge the gap between school and home with educational, historical, and cultural activities within our community.