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Month: June 2013

July 2013 Triangle Theater Calendar

Triangle Arts and Entertainment July 2013 Theater Calendar

Auditions for Teen Stage Production of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible

North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theater will hold auditions for their
Teen Stage Production of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible on Saturday,
June 29

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Homage to Eddie Van Halen

The next time you hear “Panama,” “Hot for Teacher,” or any other awesome Van Halen tune, know that nothing bad can happen when Van Halen is on the radio and case!

David Ring as Belgian detective Hercule Poiret spies on Lynda Clark, and Danny Norris in Dame Agatha Christie's "Black Coffee" (photo by Aaron Bridgman)

Agatha Christie’s “Black Coffee” Is Still a Delight

Although Black Coffee is the very first play written by legendary British crime writer Dame Agatha Christie (1890–1976), it is still a strong brew that mixes rank familial ingratitude at their patriarch’s tightfistedness, with the greed of disgruntled servants, espionage, and blackmail. Black Coffee is as potent today in University Theatre at N.C. State’s current… Read More ›

The all-star cast for the Hot Summer Nights | Theatre Raleigh presentation of "The God of Carnage" includes (from left) Julie Fishell, Derrick Ivey, Michael Tourek, and Dana Marks

Roland’s Strong Direction Makes Up for (Some of) the Shortcomings in Reza’s “God of Carnage”

It’s been said that children imitate what they see, a truth made all too real by Yasmina Reza’s “God of Carnage.” Reza’s quick, snappy little play, originally written in French, focuses on two sets of polar-opposite parents—seemingly disconnected and disaffected Annette and Alan Raleigh (Julie Fishell and Derrick Ivey) and seemingly uptight and put-together Veronica… Read More ›