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

Lead Story rss

Marc Camoletti’s Boeing-Boeing at Temple Theatre Is a Direct Flight to Pure Entertainment

(0)
February 18, 2019

Boeing-Boeing, written by French playwright Marc Camoletti, translated into English and adapted by Beverley Cross and Francis Evans, and directed for Temple Theatre of Sanford by Craig Rhyne of New York City, secured a Guinness record for being the most-produced French play in the world. And judging by the opening weekend of Sanford, NC’s historic… Read More ›

Sarah DeLappe’s The Wolves at Sonorous Road Theatre & Film Studio Is a Howling Success!

We will cut to the chase: The Wolves is well-worth seeing! “It was all so real!” That was the first comment that we heard uttered by a fellow audience member as we headed out into the lobby of Sonorous Road Theatre & Film Studio in the wake of the opening-night performance of Sarah DeLappe’s captivating… Read More ›

Neuse Little Theatre’s Safe Is a Well-Acted Wild Ride

Anytime a non run-of-the-mill play is performed, it’s exciting, and the theatre is owed credit for thinking outside of the box. The theatre and play in this case, respectively, are Neuse Little Theatre and its production of Tony Glazer and Anthony Ruivivar’s Safe, under the direction of Matt Gore. The play begins near the tail-end… Read More ›

Raleigh Little Theatre will stage Junie B. Jones: The Musical, with music by Zina Goldrich and book and lyrics by Marcy Heisler, on Feb. 15-17 and 21-24 and Feb. 28-March 3 in its Cantey V. Sutton Theatre

RLT’s Junie B. Jones Is as Happy as a First- Grader with a Brand-New Box of Crayons

Raleigh Little Theatre’s production of Junie B. Jones: The Musical, adapted from the beloved series of children’s books written by Barbara Park, with music by Zina Goldrich and book and lyrics by Marcy Heisler, is off to a great start. Because of popular demand, five more shows have been added to the performance schedule, which… Read More ›

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory stars Noah Weisberg (center) as Willy Wonka (photo by Joan Marcus)

Despite a Slow First Act, Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Is a Tasty Treat

Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, playing now through Sunday, Feb. 17th, at the Durham Performing Arts Center, as part of DPAC‘s SunTrust Broadway Series, is an imaginative evening of theater aimed at the child in all of us. Despite what some pacing issues, there were some genuinely fun moments in the first act…. Read More ›