Month: February 2011
in this ever changing world in which we live in Makes you give in and cry… Not just the fantastic Paul McCartney theme song will make you reminiscent. It’s 1973, and midtown Manhattan certainly looks a little different; and thanks to a few hurricanes in the interim, so does New Orleans. In an old-fashioned mix… Read More ›
A dynamic mix of new circus and urban dance, “iD” features 13 circus disciplines against a throbbing backdrop of hip-hop, rock music, and sci-fi videos.
Critics and peers agree: Brian Regan has distinguished himself as one of the premier comedians in the country. The perfect balance of sophisticated writing and physicality, Brian fills theaters nationwide with fervent fans that span generations.
Little Green Pig Theatrical Concern has done it again. The Durham, NC-based group, known for their wild, original — dare I say avant-garde — pieces, has brought the world premiere of “Stroke/Book” to Triangle audiences; and if you have ten or fifteen bucks to spend, buy a ticket to this show immediately.
March 1: “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” (Peace College Theatre in Leggett Theater). March 1-2: Cirque Éloize: “iD” (Carolina Performing Arts’ International Theater Festival in Memorial Hall). March 1-6: “Angels in America: Part 1: Millennium Approaches and Part 2: Perestroika” (performed in rotating repertory) (PlayMakers Repertory Company in Paul Green Theatre). March 2-6, 9-12: “Superior Donuts”… Read More ›