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March 2014 Triangle Theater Calendar

PlayMakers Repertory Company will present the regional premiere of "Love Alone" by Deborah Salem Smith on Feb. 26-March 2 and March 4-9 and 11-16 in the Paul Green Theatre at UNC-Chapel Hill

PlayMakers Repertory Company will present the regional premiere of “Love Alone” by Deborah Salem Smith on Feb. 26-March 2 and March 4-9 and 11-16 in the Paul Green Theatre at UNC-Chapel Hill

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the Triangle Review’s Master Theater Calendar for the entire month of February. 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 RobertM748@aol.com, and be sure to e-mail all your news releases and publicity PHOTOS to that address. (Our “snail mail” address is Triangle Theater Review, 1828 Honeysuckle Road #13, Raleigh, NC 27609-6220.)

March 1: “Almost, Maine” (Clayton Youth Theater at the Clayton Center Auditorium and Conference Center in Clayton).

March 1: “Breakin’ Backwards” (Soul Street Dance at The ArtsCenter in Carrboro).

March 1: “An Evening of Entertainment” (DPS Scholarship Foundation and Durham Public Schools at the Durham Performing Arts Center).

March 1: “Fourth Annual Mardi Gras Masquerade Ball” (fundraiser) (Historic Interpretations, Inc. at St. Michael the Archangel Roman Catholic Church in Cary).

March 1: “Garner Showcase of Talent” (Garner Performing Arts Center).

March 1: “The Little Big Show” (Duke University Improv [DUI] in Sheafer Lab Theater on Duke University’s West Campus).

March 1: “The Murphey School Radio Show: Triangle Lit, Wit, and Music” (The Murphey School Radio Show< in Room 201 of Shared Visions Retreat Center [Historic Murphey School] in Durham).

March 1: No Shame Theatre – Carrboro (The ArtsCenter in Carrboro).

March 1: “Let Them Be Heard (in Winter),” starring Barbette Hunter, Gil Faison, Warren Keyes, and Phillip Bernard Smith (Bare Theatre at Historic Stagville in Durham).

March 1: Plato’sRepublic,” created by Hoi Polloi (Duke Performances and Manbites Dog Theater at Manbites Dog Theater in Durham). Keravouri and Galle Review.

March 1-2: “Caroline, or Change” (Raleigh Little Theatre in its Cantey V. Sutton Theatre). Keravouri and Galle Review.

March 1-2: Jim Henson’sDinosaur Train Live! Buddy’s Big Adventure” (Broadway Series South in Raleigh Memorial Auditorium).

March 1-2: “The Lion in Winter,” starring Ira David Wood III as King Henry II and Lynda Clark as Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine (Theatre in the Park in the Ira David Wood III Pullen Park Theatre in Raleigh). Keravouri and Galle Review.

March 1-2: “Smoke on the Mountain” (Temple Theatre in Sanford). Keravouri and Galle Review.

March 1-2: “Steel Magnolias” (Harnett Regional Theatre at the Stewart Theater in Dunn). Potter Review.

March 1-2: “Vivaldi’s Four Seasons,” a world premiere choreographed by Robert Weiss (Carolina Ballet in A.J. Fletcher Opera Theater in Raleigh). Atkinson Review.

March 1-2, 4-9, 11-16: “Love Alone” (PlayMakers Repertory Company in the Paul Green Theatre at UNC-Chapel Hill). McDowell PreviewPotter Review.

March 1-2; March 5-9, 12-16, 19-22: “Arcadia” (Deep Dish Theater Company in Chapel Hill). Keravouri and Galle Review.

March 1-3: “Shakespeare’s R&J” (UNC-Chapel Hill Department of Dramatic Art and the Kenan Theatre Company in the Elizabeth Price Kenan Theatre at UNC-Chapel Hill).

March 2: “Cary Stars of Tomorrow: Teen Amazement Show ” (benefit for the Town of Cary’s Relief for Recreation Scholarship Fund and the Friends of the Page-Walker History Scholarship program) (The Town of Cary at The Cary Theater).

March 2: Harlem Globetrotters (PNC Arena in Raleigh).

March 3: “Are You My Mother?” (ArtsPower National Touring Theatre at The Carolina Theatre in Durham, as part of the theater’s BlueCross BlueShield of North Carolina Arts Discovery Educational Series).

March 4: “One Night Stands!: Julie Scoggins” (stand-up comedy) (Temple Theatre, in association with The Comedy Zone, at the Temple Theatre in Sanford).

March 4, 18: “The Three Little Pigs” (Carolina Puppet Theatre at the Holly Springs Cultural Center in Holly Springs).

March 5: “‘Coffey Talk’ with Chip Coffey” (Garner Performing Arts Center).

March 5: “Welcome to Night Vale” (Commonplace Books at Motorco Music Hall in Durham).

March 6: “‘The Sing-Off’ Live Tour: A Night of A Cappella” (Raleigh Memorial Auditorium).

March 6-8: “Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead” (One Song Productions at Common Ground Theatre in Durham). Keravuori and Galle Preview. Potter Review.

March 6-9, 13-17: UniverSoul Circus (Walnut Creek Amphitheatre [formerly TWC Music Pavilion] in Raleigh).

March 7: “Shamrock City” (Solas in A.J. Fletcher Opera Theater in Raleigh)

March 7-9, 14-16: “Let Them Be Heard” (Bare Theatre at The ArtsCenter in Carrboro).

March 7-9, 14-16, 21-23: “The Wild Party” (North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theater). Keravuori and Galle ReviewPotter Review.

March 8: “Swamiji” (Manick Sorcar in A.J. Fletcher Opera Theater in Raleigh)

March 8: “Transactors Improv: For Families! Theme: Spring is Sprouting,” featuring director Anoo Brod, Bart Hubbard, and Steven Warnock (Transactors Improv Company at The ArtsCenter in Carrboro).

March 8: “Celtic Woman: The Emerald Tour” (Durham Performing Arts Center).

March 8: “The Chuckle and Chortle Comedy Show!,” hosted by Michelle Maclay and featuring Gretchen McNeely, Matt See, Virginia Wallace, and Eric Megert, and Julia McClung (The ArtsCenter in Carrboro).

March 9: Wayne Brady (Broadway Series South in Meymandi Concert Hall in Raleigh).

March 9: “The Whirling Dervish,” (a reading of a new play by Anthony Garcia-Copian (LGBT Center of Raleigh).

March 10-11: “Aziz Ansari: Modern Romance” (The Carolina Theatre in Durham).

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March 11-16: “Evita” (Durham Performing Arts Center’s SunTrust Broadway Series). McDowell Preview. Langley Review. Potter Review.

March 12: Scott Simon: War is Hell… and Sometimes the Food is Delicious (The Carolina Theatre in Durham).

March 13: Celtic Tenors (Louisburg College’s Allen de Hart Concert Series in the Seby B. Jones Performing Arts Center in Louisburg).

March 13: “Jim Jefferies” (The Carolina Theatre and AEG Live at The Carolina Theatre in Durham).

March 13-16, 20-22: “The Art of Deception” (Playground: A Theater Cooperative at Common Ground Theatre in Durham). Keravuori and Galle Review.

March 13-16, 20-23: “Civil Rights Through Song: A Choral History of Raleigh Through the Civil Rights Era” (Burning Coal Theatre Company and the Raleigh Boychoir in the Murphey School Auditorium).

March 13-16, 22-23, 29-30; May 3: “Romeo & Juliet” (Carolina Ballet in A.J. Fletcher Opera Theater in Raleigh). Atkinson Review.

March 14: “Blood Done Sign My Name,” written and performed by Mike Wiley, with special guest Tim Tyson (Johnston Community College Performing Arts Concert Series in Paul A. Johnston Auditorium in Smithfield).

March 14-16, 19-23, 27-30: “OPQRS, Etc.” (Raleigh Little Theatre in its Gaddy-Goodwin Teaching Theatre).

March 14-16, 20-22: “The Art of Deception” (PlayGround Co-operative at Common Ground Theatre in Durham).

March 15: “Broadway Voices: Christiane Noll” (Garner Performing Arts Center).

March 15: The Celtic Tenors (Clayton Center Auditorium and Conference Center in Clayton).

March 15: “St. Patrick’s Day Festival” (Historic Interpretations, Inc. at Lafayette Village in Raleigh).

March 16: “Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles” (Broadway Series South in Meymandi Concert Hall in Raleigh).

March 17: “PostSecret Live! with Frank Warren” (The Carolina Theatre in Durham).

March 18-19: “STREB – FORCES!” (Carolina Performing Arts in Memorial Hall at UNC-Chapel Hill). McDowell Preview. Atkinson Review.

N.C. State University Center Stage will present "LEO (The Anti-Gravity Show)" on March 18-23 in Titmus Theatre

N.C. State University Center Stage will present “LEO (The Anti-Gravity Show)” on March 18-23 in Titmus Theatre

March 18-23: “LEO (The Anti-Gravity Show)” (N.C. State University Center Stage in the Titmus Theatre in Frank Thompson Hall). McDowell Preview. Atkinson Review.

March 19: “The Fantasticks” (Nebraska Theatre Caravan in Paul A. Johnston Auditorium in Smithfield, presented as part of the Johnston Community College Performing Arts Concert Series).

March 20: “Menopause the Musical” (Jeanie Linders in Raleigh Memorial Auditorium).

March 20: “The Ten Tenors: On Broadway” (Durham Performing Arts Center).

March 20-22, 27-30; April 2-5: “Grounded” (Manbites Dog Theater in Durham). Keravuori and Galle Review.

March 21-23: “All of the Above” (monologues written, performed, and directed by Duke University women about Duke life) (Urgent Theater in East Duke 209 on Duke’s East Campus in Durham).

March 20-23, 27-30; April 3-6: “Sherlock Holmes & The Case of the Jersey Lily” (Temple Theatre in Sanford). Keravuori and Galle Review.

March 21: “Beauty and the Beast” (American Family Theater, Inc. at The Carolina Theatre in Durham, as part of the theater’s BlueCross BlueShield of North Carolina Arts Discovery Educational Series).

March 21: “The Fantasticks” (Nebraska Theatre Caravan at the Cary Arts Center in Cary).

March 21-22: “Hotel California: A Tribute to the Eagles” (Holly Springs Cultural Center in Holly Springs).

March 21-23: “The First Lady” (Capital City Hope Foundation presents this Obsidian Media Group production in the Seby Jones Auditorium at St. Augustine’s University in Raleigh).

March 21-23, 28-29: “Curiosity Cat” (Forest Moon Theater’s first youth-theater production at the middle-school theater at Franklin Academy in Wake Forest).

March 21-23, 28-29: “Tartuffe” (Owl Tree Theater for the People at the Green Monkey in Raleigh).

March 22: “Are You My Mother?” (A SuperFun Show) (ArtsPower National Touring Theatre at The ArtsCenter in Carrboro).

March 22: “Sacrificial Poets’ Poetry Slam” (The ArtsCenter in Carrboro).

March 23: “Almost Ready Staged Reading” (The ArtsCenter and Playground: A Theatre Cooperative at The ArtsCenter in Carrboro).

March 23: “The ArtsCenter Variety Night” (The ArtsCenter in Carrboro).

March 27-29: “This Is Our Youth” (Duke Players Lab Theater in the Brody Theater on Duke University’s East Campus in Durham).

March 27-29; April 3-5, 10-12: “Cymbeline” (Bare Theatre Company at the Cordoba Center for the Arts in Durham). Keravuori and Galle Review.

March 27-29; April 3-6, 9-12: “Amadeus” (Leviathan Theatre Company at Common Ground Theatre in Durham). Keravuori and Galle Review.

March 27-30: Gilbert & Sullivan’sThe Sorcerer” (Durham Savoyards, Ltd. at The Carolina Theatre in Durham).

March 27-30: “Steel Magnolias,” starring Dawn Wells and Teresa Ganzel (Judson Theatre Company in Owens Auditorium at Sandhills Community College in Pinehurst).

March 27-30; April 1-6: “Little Shop of Horrors” (Meredith Ensemble Theatre in the Studio Theatre in Jones Hall at Meredith College in Raleigh).

March 28: Jay Leno (Durham Performing Arts Center).

March 28: Shang Forbes and Aaliyah Ford (Johnston Community College Performing Arts Concert Series in Paul A. Johnston Auditorium in Smithfield).

March 28: “WWE Live — Road to WrestleMania 30” (PNC Arena in Raleigh).

Mar 28-29: Puccini’sGianni Schicchi” and Michael Ching’sBuoso’s Ghost” (UNC Opera in Hill Hall Auditorium at UNC-Chapel Hill, presented as part of the UNC Department of Music’s Scholarship Benefit Series).

March 28-30: “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” (Company Carolina at the Historic PlayMakers Theatre at UNC-Chapel Hill).

March 28-30; April 2-6, 9-13: “Seminar” (University Theatre at N.C. State in the Kennedy-McIlwee Studio Theatre in Frank Thompson Hall in Raleigh).

March 29: “Grease Sing-a-Long” (Johnston Community College Performing Arts Concert Series in Paul A. Johnston Auditorium in Smithfield).

March 29-30: “Duke Opera Workshop ” (Duke University Department of Music in Baldwin Auditorium on Duke University’s East Campus).

March 29-30: William Shakespeare’sHenry VI,” adapted by Melanie Rio (The LAB! Theatre at the Forest Theatre at UNC-Chapel Hill).

March 30: Dvorák’sRusalka (semi-staged version),” starring Joyce El-Khoury, Russell Thomas, Heidi Melton, Tom Fox, and Margaret Gawrysiak (North Carolina Opera in Meymandi Concert Hall in Raleigh).

March 31: “For Sale,” a one-woman show about sex trafficking in the United States, written and performed by Maya Lea (Carolina Against Slavery & Trafficking (CAST) at the Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History at UNC-Chapel Hill).

NOTE: Broadway Series South’s March 9th performance of “Inside Amy Schumer’s Back Door Tour” has been cancelled.

Robert W. McDowell is editor and publisher of Triangle Review, a FREE weekly e-mail arts newsletter. This calendar is reprinted with permission from Triangle Review.

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