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Marc Camoletti’s Boeing-Boeing at Temple Theatre Is a Direct Flight to Pure Entertainment

February 18, 2019 • A&E Theatre Reviews, Lead Story, Reviews

Boeing-Boeing, written by French playwright Marc Camoletti, translated into English and adapted by Beverley Cross and Francis Evans, and directed for Temple Theatre of Sanford by Craig Rhyne of New York City, secured a Guinness record for being the most-produced French play in the world. And judging by the opening weekend of Sanford, NC’s historic… Read More ›

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February 2019 Triangle Dance Calendar

Duke Performances will present Camille A. Brown & Dancers in BLACK GIRL: Linguistic Play at 8 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 1st, and Saturday Feb. 2nd in the R.J. Reynolds Industries Theater

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the Triangle Review’s Master Dance Calendar for the entire month of February 2019. If your productions are not listed in this calendar, please e-mail the SHOW TITLE(S), DATE(S), LOCATION(S), and the name of the PRESENTER(S) to, and be sure to e-mail all your news releases and publicity PHOTOS — with… Read More ›

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No Carolina Rebellion… Now it’s Epicenter Festival!

Danny Wimmer Presents Announces Anticipated Debut Of Epicenter Festival At Rockingham Festival Grounds In Rockingham, North Carolina May 10, 11 & 12, 2019 Three-Day Immersive Event Promises To Bring “The Epicenter Of Rock N’ Roll To North Carolina” With Must-See Music Performances And Expanded Camping Options Epicenter Festival—a new 3-day destination music experience from premier… Read More ›

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Carolina Ballet’s Love in the Times of the Day Is This Year’s Best Valentine’s Day Gift

In Night, Carolina Ballet principal Margaret Severin Hansen is lifted by soloists Sam Ainley and Miles Sollars-White and company members Christian Gutierrez and Luke Potgeiter (photo by Chris Walt)

New ballets are always exciting, particularly the creations that the team at the Carolina Ballet choreograph each year. The latest, unveiled by artistic director Robert Weiss on Jan. 31st is without a doubt the nicest Valentine’s month surprise the are will probably have this season. A sumptuous, sweet, moving, and romantic tribute to the emotion… Read More ›

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Trans-Siberian Orchestra

The PNC Arena hosted Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s “The Ghosts of Christmas Eve” 2018 winter tour Wednesday (December 12). TSO is on their 20th year with what is known as one of the biggest stage productions going or should I say two stage productions? They are actually two fractions fans know as TSO East and TSO West…. Read More ›

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Don’t Be Afraid to Laugh at Safe, a Dark Comedy in Smithfield That Should Be Savored


What happens when a bank robbery ends with five ordinary people — three employees and two customers — locked in the vault? Or are these people ordinary? The Neuse Little Theatre of Smithfield, NC’s current production of Safe by Tony Glazer and Anthony Ruivivar offers one possible scenario. The play is billed as a “dark… Read More ›

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Neuse Little Theatre’s Safe Is a Well-Acted Wild Ride


Anytime a non run-of-the-mill play is performed, it’s exciting, and the theatre is owed credit for thinking outside of the box. The theatre and play in this case, respectively, are Neuse Little Theatre and its production of Tony Glazer and Anthony Ruivivar’s Safe, under the direction of Matt Gore. The play begins near the tail-end… Read More ›

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Philharmonic Association – Triangle Youth Music Auditions

The Philharmonic Association invites aspiring orchestral and jazz musicians to register for our upcoming auditions. The auditions for our Triangle Youth Jazz Band, Triangle Youth Jazz Orchestra and award-winning Triangle Youth Jazz Ensemble will be held August 20 and 27. Auditions for the full orchestras Triangle Youth Orchestra, Triangle Youth Symphony and Triangle Youth Philharmonic will be held August 21… Read More ›