Month: January 2012
Broadway Series South and the North Carolina Theatre will present eight performances of the First National Tour of “American Idiot,” a 2009 rock opera that takes its title from a 2004 concept album by the legendary California punk rock band Green Day, on Jan. 31-Feb. 5 in Raleigh Memorial Auditorium.
Molly Daughter by Deborah Randall, Music by Alan Scott. Directed by Carnessa Ottelin. February 10 – 26, 2011 Live music by Coty Cockrell and Jason Hedrick, combined with Deb Royals, Renee Wimberley and Alison Lawrence on stage bring this tale of Irish immigrant coal mining families to life. In 1877 everything in the coal mining… Read More ›
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2012 Readers Choice Awards.
PlayMakers Repertory Company producing artistic director Joseph Haj and freelance director Mike Donahue, based in New York City, will co-direct an ambitious epic Shakespearean production called “The Making of a King: ‘Henry IV’ & ‘Henry V'” — two historical dramas performed in rotating repertory — from Jan. 28th to March 4th on the thrust stage of the 500-seat Paul Green Theatre.
Raleigh Little Theatre’s production of Dead Man’s Cell Phone begins with a lot of promise and an intriguing premise. A young woman, Jean (Morrisa Nagel), is sitting alone in a café on a bleak, rainy day and becomes annoyed with another patron’s constantly ringing cell phone. Growing more and more agitated, she finally answers his… Read More ›