2009-2010 Season Calendar at Burning Coal Theatre

September 10 – 27, 2009



by Ragni, Rado & McDermott
Directed by Mark Sutch
Robin Harris, Choreographer & Brad Gardner, Music Director
When the moon is in the seventh house
And Jupiter aligns with Mars
Then Peace will guide the planets
And Love will stear the stars

(estimated running time 2 hours)

December 3 – 20, 2009


by William Shakespeare
Directed by Emily Ranii
“Some Cupid kills with arrows, some with traps” Shakespeare’s lovely comedy about two equally matched partners… who can’t stand each other!
(estimated running time 2 hours)

February 4 – 21, 2010


by Conor McPherson
Directed by Jerome Davis
On Christmas Eve, the boys have gathered at Sharky’s place for their weekly poker game. But one of them has brought a stranger into their midst. And there will be Hell to pay.
(estimated running time 2 hours)

April 15 – May 1, 2010

Southeastern Center for Contemporary Arts

by Angus MacLachlan
Directed by Kathryn Milliken in repertory with Gee’s Bend

World premiere of new comedy by Winston-Salem playwright and screenwriter Angus MacLachlan (“Junebug”) about a writer living in Winston-Salem, and the strange and wonderful love Triangle he finds himself unable to escape.
(estimated running time 1 hour 45 minutes)

April 16 – May 2, 2010

Gee’s Bend

by Elizabeth Gregory Wilder
Directed by Marc Williams in repertory with Southeastern Center for Contemporary Arts

Regional premiere of a new play about an African American community in isolated, rural Alabama who learned how to quilt, and in doing so found their place in the world.
(estimated running time 1 hour 45 minutes)

Venue for All Shows

Meymandi Theatre at the Murphey School

Show Times

Thursday-Saturday 7:30pm
Sunday 2pm


$20 – Regular
$15 – Discount*
$10 – Thursdays
$12 – Group* (per person)
$5 – Student Rush*

Season Subscription

$80 – Tickets to all 5 shows of the 09/10 Season

call 919.834.4001 or order tickets online.

are available for students, seniors (65+) and active military personnel.

are available at the door or by phone, to groups of 10 or more.

are available at the door, 5 minutes before curtain, with a valid student ID. Not available for reservation.

is audio described for the visually impaired.

of every production is “Pay What You Can” Day. This show is also AUDIO DESCRIBED for the visually impaired.

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