LIVE at White Rock Hall is a film archive of music, poetry, stories, and interviews, that seeks to create collaborations between world-cl...
LIVE at White Rock Hall is a film archive of music, poetry, stories, and interviews, that seeks to create collaborations between world-class authors and award-winning musicians, and to capture the performances as they happen. Many of the compositions seek to create a form that is neither poem or story or song, but another form incorporating the best aspects of each artistic expression. The show, which may occur in alternate locations, is filmed primarily in the sanctuary of White Rock Hall, located in the beautiful Shelton Laurel region of Madison County in Western NC. Keith Flynn and Denise Petrey purchased the White Rock Presbyterian Church (originally constructed in 1909), and moved the entire building to its present site, re-christened it as White Rock Hall in 2009, and began filming these performances four years later. The show is broken into 25-minute previews, followed by full performances and interviews from those segments, which will air every thirty days.