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Bare Theatre’s “Coriolanus” Is Must-See Shakespeare (0)

September 27, 2014 • Category: A&E Theatre Reviews, Lead Story, Reviews

Bare Theatre emphasizes the political frustrations being enacted on Halifax Mall of late — as protested by Occupy Raleigh in 2011 and “Moral Mondays” since the last election of a governor — with the infrequently performed tragedy the Coriolanus, which has been called the Bard’s “most political play.” G. Todd Buker, managing director of Bare […]

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“Labor Day” is all Schmaltz (Comments Off)

What happened to Jason Reitman? Where has the cool, hip son of Ivan Reitman who made sly, hilarious films run off to? Going by his latest, “Labor Day,” my first guess would be up his you-know-what. Frank (Josh Brolin) is an escaped killer who comes across young Henry and his mom Adele (Kate Winslet) in […]

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On Aug. 9th, the Pat Metheny Unity Group Rocked The Carolina Theatre Like No Other Jazz Group (Comments Off)

  The Pat Metheny Unity Group, which played The Carolina Theatre on Saturday, Aug. 9th, includes (from left) Chris Potter, Antonio Sanchez, Ben Williams, Giulio Carmassi, and Pat Metheny Only a genius would have the guts to open a set with the 42-string Pikasso guitar. That genius is Pat Metheny. And he blew away everyone […]

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“Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” a Russian Roulette of emotions (0)

Christopher Durang’s Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike is a hybrid outing, injecting the aura of Russian dramaturge, Anton Chekhov, within the realm of a comedic drama. Attendees of the 2013 Tony Award winner for Best Play, need not to be educated on Chekhov nor be a patron of the arts to enjoy this farcical tale of characters vastly different in behavior and thought, yet parallel to […]


Twin City Stage Announces Auditions for The Outsiders (Comments Off)

Twin City Stage will hold auditions for The Outsiders from 2-5 p.m. on Sunday, August 24 at the Arts Council Theatre, 610 Coliseum Drive, Winston-Salem. No appointment is necessary. Teen rivalry in a small Southern town sets the stage for this dramatic interpretation by Christopher Sergel of the novel by S. E. Hinton. Seen through […]

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WRAL’s Scott Mason releases Tar Heel Traveler Eats (Comments Off)

Scott Mason is the Tar Heel Traveler and he loves to eat hot dogs, cheeseburgers, barbecue, biscuits, and ice cream served in crumbling cinder-block buildings and ramshackle dives along the back roads of North Carolina.


Benson Girl Crowned Tiny Miss NC (0)

A local girl- Madelyn Grace Herring of Benson- recently took home a big title in the pageant world: Tiny Miss NC. In order to win the honorable title, little Madelyn, or “Maddie,” as she is often called, had to compete in interview and two modeling competitions- one designed to assess her poise and grace in […]


TOURtech Donates IT Services to Farm Aid 2014 Concert (Comments Off)

TOURtech, a managed IT services company for corporate, sporting and entertainment events will provide $19,000 in WIFI and networking for the Farm Aid 2014 concert at Walnut Creek Amphitheatre Saturday, Sept. 13.


“Dirty Dancing” Debuts at DPAC to Durham’s Delight (0)

The Durham Performing Arts Center audience decided by unanimous vote on opening night that director James Powell’s Dirty Dancing: The Classic Story on Stage is delightful, delovely, and delicious. In spite of some opening-night sound problems and a rather stilted performance from Samuel Pergande as Johnny Castle, a role made famous by screen idol Patrick […]

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