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Theatre Raleigh's cast for Significant Other includes (from left) Meagan Chieppor, Emily Bosco (top), Shayla LaGrange, Jesse R. Gephart, and Adam Poole (photo by Lauren Kennedy Brady)

Theatre Raleigh’s Rendition of Joshua Harmon’s Significant Other Is Well-Written, Meticulously Directed, and Well-Acted

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June 15, 2018

It is not often that we meet a truly delightful person, one who stands out in a crowd and continues to become more and more endearing. Rarer still are the instances in which we feel that, after a brief two hours, we truly know and treasure this person. Such is the case with Jordan (played… Read More ›

Theatre Raleigh's cast for Joshua Harmon's Significant Other includes (from left) Melvin Gray, Jr. as Zach/Evan/Roger; Shayla LaGrange as Vanessa; Meagan Chieppor as Kiki; Adam Poole as Will/Conrad/Tony; and Jesse R. Gephart as Jordan (photo by Lauren Kennedy Brady)

Jesse R. Gephart’s Performance as Jordan in Significant Other for Theatre Raleigh Is Worth the Price of Admission All by Itself

Theatre Raleigh opened Significant Other by award winning playwright Joshua Harmon on Wednesday night in the Sara Lynn and K.D. Kennedy, Jr. Theatre in the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts in Raleigh, NC. The story is light-weight TV-sitcom humorous; but in the second act, it reaches a deeper level, and speaks to the… Read More ›

Theatre Raleigh’s Significant Other Is, in a Word, Perfect

When a play opens with a bunch of drunken twenty-somethings dancing to “Get Low” by Lil’ Jon & The East Side Boyz, it’s a pretty good bet the audience is in for a fun evening. What the audience might not suspect, but will come to realize, at least in the case of Theatre Raleigh’s production… Read More ›

The Justice Theater Project’s Immensely Entertaining Multicultural Production of Oliver! Features an Impressive Cast and Crew

The Justice Theater Project’s mission is to connect audiences with theatrical productions that promote social awareness in order to educate, inspire, and entertain. JTP’s current production of Oliver!, the final show of their 2017-18 season, is a fitting one to end their seasonal theme of “Equity and Identity” on a high note. JTP’s Oliver! is… Read More ›

The 39 Steps stars (from left) Daryl Ray Carliles as Clown 2, Marisa Markoch as Annabella Schmidt et al., Jonathan King as Richard Hannay, and Gus Allen as Clown 1 (photo by Ron Foreman)

N.C. State University Theatre’s Spy Story, The 39 Steps, Unleashes Nonstop Laughter

The first thing that N.C. State University Theatre “regulars” will notice about The 39 Steps is the drastic “remodeling” done in the Kennedy-McIlwee Studio Theatre in NCSU’s Frank Thompson Hall. Scenic designer Jayme Mellema has created an awesome replica of the interior of a 1935 theater in London’s West End, complete with balcony boxes and… Read More ›