Triangle Arts and Entertainment – News and Reviews Theatre Dance Music Arts

Month: July 2019

Job Opening Triangle Youth String Orchestra Assistant Conductor

Philharmonic Association – Triangle Youth Music Job Opening  Triangle Youth String Orchestra Assistant Conductor  Job Type: Part time, August – May Application Process and Start Date: Please send Resume to artistic@philharmonic-association.org Finalists, selected on the basis of resumes and possible phone interviews, will audition during a Triangle Youth String Orchestra rehearsal in September 2019, and… Read More ›

Weird Al

“Weird Al” Yankovic returns to the Koka Booth Amphitheater where he had preformed a partial engagement canceled due to pending thunderstorms in 2015.  This time around the “Stings Attached Tour” included local symphony orchestras. For this particular show we had the North Carolina Symphony Orchestra opening the night and then accompanying Al’s band. The grounds… Read More ›

Henderson and Gephart’s Well-Done I Am My Own Wife Is a Conversation Starter

The 2004 Pulitzer Prize for Drama winner I Am My Own Wife by Doug Wright is as complex as the overstuffed shelves of the set in Theatre Raleigh’s current production of this work. This is a theatrical piece that first and foremost demands the skillful ability of an actor to take on over 30 characters… Read More ›

Brazen and Beautiful, Theatre Raleigh’s I Am My Own Wife Proves Thought-Provoking and Relevant

I Am My Own Wife, onstage now at Theatre Raleigh under the direction of Jesse Gephart, tells the fascinating true story of Charlotte von Mahlsdorf, at least as much of it as can be told. Charlotte is a person without clear definition, clear allegiances, or an entirely clear story. Yet, viewers get to know her-… Read More ›

Dierks Bentley Burning Man Tour

40 pictures from the show –  Gallery  or  Slideshow Well, I can’t say too much on Dierks Bentley except for the first three songs. Sadly, I received no tickets to watch the concert in it’s entirety for a better review.  I can however say the show was pushed back over one and a half hours… Read More ›