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Month: May 2013

Jonathan Fitts

Burning Coal Theatre Company is proud to announce that Jonathan Fitts Is New Director of Education at Burning Coal Theatre Company

  Burning Coal Theatre Company is proud to announce that Jonathan Fitts, a recent graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, will conduct its 2013 Summer Theatre Conservatory for Teens in July.  Jonathan will then take over as Director of Education at Burning Coal Theatre Company. For further information about STC 2013, or about… Read More ›

Hot Summer Nights | Theatre Raleigh will present "I Do! I Do!" on May 29-June 2 and June 5-9 in the Kennedy Theater

June 2013 Triangle Theater Calendar

NOTE: This is Triangle Review’s Master Theater Calendar for shows announced for the entire month of June. If your productions are not listed in this calendar, please e-mail the SHOW TITLE(S), DATE(S), LOCATION(S), and PRESENTER’S NAME to, and be sure to e-mail all your news releases and publicity PHOTOS to that address. (Our “snail… Read More ›

Fun Photos at Artsplosure

We had an awesome time at this year’s Artsplosure! While we certainly enjoyed the amazing arts and crafts from local artists, the delicious food, and the live music, our favorite part was meeting our readers. Thanks to everyone who goofed off with us and posed for a picture at our photo booth. We hope you’ll… Read More ›

French Broad Brewery – Ryehopper Rye Pale Ale

Today we are drinking and reviewing the Ryehopper Rye Pale Ale out of the French Broad Brewing Company of Asheville — which they say is “A distinctive American pale ale with strong rye malt notes, resulting in a dry-on-dry beer spectacular”. Since opening their doors in 2001, the goal of French Broad “has been to… Read More ›

Carolina Ballet’s Giselle is grand and iconic

Margaret Severin-Hansen and Gabor Kapin in Giselle When I watched the movie Casablanca for the first time I found I already had some familiarity with many iconic lines and scenes. Giselle may be the Casablanca of ballets. The romantic era ballet contains many of the images that have come to represent ballet, giving it an… Read More ›