Month: March 2014
RALEIGH, N.C. – After a nation-wide search, Raleigh Little Theatre is pleased to announce the selection of a new Artistic Director, Patrick Torres. Torres, 37, is the fourteenth artistic director in the theatre’s nearly 80 year history, and the first person of color in this role. He succeeds Haskell Fitz-Simons, who passed away in May… Read More ›
Curiosity Cat opens Friday, March 21 at the Forest Moon Theater in Wake Forest. Performances are at 7pm Friday and Saturday, and 3pm Sunday at the Franklin Academy Theater on Chalk Rd. Visit forestmoontheater.org for more information.
As my companion and I were leaving the Thursday-night Carolina Performing Arts performance of STREB – FORCES! at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Memorial Hall, I joked that I could review the show using only one word: Wow! Seconds into the high-energy, “extreme action” performance (that’s Streb Lab for Action Mechanics’ (SLAM)… Read More ›
– Join the Durham Symphony, under the direction of Maestro William Henry Curry, for a fun filled family concert featuring music from the movies on Sunday, April 6, 2014, 3 PM, at Riverside High School, 3218 Rose of Sharon Road, Durham. Concert goers will enjoy music from John Williams’ Star Wars, and Stravinsky’s Firebird Suite… Read More ›
LEO (The Anti-Gravity Show), now play in the Titmus Theatre in Frank Thompson Hall as part of the N.C. State University Center Stage series, is a mind-bending “physical-theater” production. Performed by acrobat/dancer Julian Schulz, the hour-long performance literally turns your sense of physical reality on its ear. The curtain opened to reveal a large video… Read More ›