Month: September 2012
Burning Coal Theatre Company will present “Jailbait,” a PG-13 rated coming-of-age story written by Deirdre O’Connor and produced and directed by Christine Zagrobelny, on Sept. 26-30 and Oct. 4-7 in the Murphey School Auditorium, near the Historic Oakwood Section of downtown Raleigh, NC. Jailbait is the second show of Burning Coal’s 2012-13 second-stage “Wait ‘Til You See This Series.”
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The Durham Performing Arts Center will present award-winning 79-year-old stand-up comedienne, actress, writer, and television personality Joan Rivers at 8 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 28th, in its 2,700-seat, state-of-the-art theater, in the American Tobacco District in downtown Durham, NC. Among many other honors, Rivers is a five-time Daytime Emmy Award nominee, who won the Outstanding Talk Show Host Emmy in 1990 for “The Joan Rivers Show” (1989-93).
Tarell McCrane’s “The Brothers Size” at Manbites Dog Is a Showcase for Four of the Triangle’s Finest Actors
Manbites Dog Theater’s superlative 2012-13 season-opener, the North Carolina premiere of “The Brothers Size” by Tarell Alvin McCraney, provides a showcase for four of the Triangle’s finest actors: Kashif Powell as Ogun Size; Jeremy V. Morris and J. Alphonse Nicholson (alternating) as Ogun’s prodigal, fresh-out-of-prison younger brother Oshoosi Size; and Thaddaeus Edwards as Oshoosi’s mysterious friend Elegba, who wants Oshoosi to return to their life of crime.
PlayMakers Repertory Company will open its 2012-13 main-stage season with “Red,” 50-year-old American dramatist and screenwriter John Logan’s multiple Tony Award-winning play about Russian-born American abstract expressionist painter Mark Rothko (1903-70), on Sept. 19-23 and 25-30 and Oct. 2-7 in the Paul Green Theatre in the Center for Dramatic Art on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus.