Tempest Fantasy Continues Carolina Ballet’s Shakespeare Theme March 6, 12, 13, 19, and 20 (Comments Off)
Carolina Ballet artistic director and choreographer Robert Weiss has created a Shakespearean theme this year to honor William Shakespeare on the 400th anniversary of his death on April 23, 1616; and the latest ballet showcases another of The Bard of Avon’s great plays: The Tempest. Accompanying the nod to the master’s Tempest is a new […]
- Carolina Ballet’s Love Speaks Is the Ballet of the Season: Eloquent, Funny, and Romantic
- On Dec. 16th, An Irish Christmas Offered Raleigh a Taste of Ireland, Seasoned with a Taste of Christmas
- Carolina Ballet’s Nutcracker, Which Plays in Raleigh Dec. 18-27, Is a Real Treat for the Holiday Season
- Carolina Ballet Passionately Performs Gorgeously Choreographed Works by Beethoven and Stravinsky
The Real Americans at PlayMakers Is Even More Relevant in This Time of Political Derision and Strife (0)
Dan Hoyle brings what have become the stereotypes of the heartland of America to the small square of a stage in the Elizabeth Price Kenan TheatreUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s CEnter for Dramatic Art with a sense of humor, characterization, and poignancy that makes the current PlayMakers Repertory Company PRC2 presentation of The […]
- Guess Who’s Dressing for Dinner at Apex’s Halle Center: Don’t Dress for Dinner Is a Feast of Laughs!
- Cabaret at DPAC Puts a New and Wonderful Spin on a Classic
- William Peace Theatre’s Rendition of American Idiot Earned Applause and Cheers on Opening Night
- Roundabout Theatre Company’s Production of Cabaret at DPAC Is Dark, Moving, and Provocative
Listen to Your Mother Auditions (Comments Off)
Listen to Your Mother:Raleigh-Durham with Marty Long. Our May 4, 2016 show will be our 4th show in the Triangle. Our show is part of a national series of shows designed to give Mother’s Day a microphone by showcasing local writers and readers. We are looking for diverse storytellers and writers to share stories on […]
PlayMakers Repertory Company will conclude its stellar 2015-16 season on April 27-May 1 with six provocative performances of The Real Americans, written and performed by Dan Hoyle, a self-described Brooklyn, NY “actor, playwright, journalist, sports fan, [and] politico,” in the Elizabeth Price Kenan Theatre in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Center for Dramatic Art.
- On April 19-24, DPAC Will Host a Decidedly Darker Version of the Divinely Decadent Musical, Cabaret
- There Will Be a Benefit Performance of The Elephant Man for Jesse R. Gephart on April 21st at TIP
- Enter for a Chance to Win 2 Seats to Carolina Ballet’s Macbeth on Sunday, April 17th
- Acclaimed Music Documentary JANIS: Little Girl Blue
North Carolina Museum of Art and Chamber Music Raleigh Present Sights and Sounds on Sundays (Comments Off)
Art-inspired chamber music series features North Carolina ensembles Raleigh, N.C.—The North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA) announces the 2015−16 schedule for Sights and Sounds on Sundays, the Museum’s long-running chamber music concert series produced in partnership with Chamber Music Raleigh. Sights and Sounds on Sundays features diverse performances by North Carolina’s premier chamber ensembles, complementing […]
- North Carolina Museum of Art Presents Three Free Exhibitions Opening in September 2015
- 26th Regiment N.C. Troops, Reactivated, Funds Conservation of Battle of New Bern Confederate Flag
- North Carolina Museum of Art Announces New Plan for Museum Park
- Starring North Carolina! Celebration Features Monthly Film Series, Film Festival and Programs
North Carolina Theatre, the region’s premier nonprofit professional regional theatre, today announced a cast change for Margaret Edson’s Wit, opening April 29th. Kate Goehring will step into the lead role of “Vivian Bearing, Ph.D.” replacing Judy McLane, who has withdrawn from the production due to personal reasons.
The Audience of The Mis-education of Hip Hop at N.C. Central University Leaves the Theater Jubilant (0)
Last Friday night, the N.C. Central University Department of Theatre and Dance’s production of The Mis-education of Hip Hop, a devised work by Daja, Destini, Sheldon, Jonathan, and Asabi, had us anticipating what promised to be a fun-filled evening of dance, song, and the history of hip hop. Or should we say, “[T]he hip, hop, […]
- Mortall Coile’s Rendition of Athol Fugard’s "Master Harold" … and the boys Is Most Impressive
- “The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife” at NRACT is a Gritty and Believable Look at Family
- Mortall Coile Theatre Company’s "Master Harold" … and the boys Is a Masterpiece!
- Manbites Dog’s Provocative Presentation of The Nether Is Extremely Well Acted and Well Designed