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The Carolina Ballet will present Lynne Taylor-Corbett's Dracula on Oct. 11-14, 20-21, and 27-28 in Raleigh's A.J. Fletcher Opera Theater

Carolina Ballet’s Dracula Swoops into Raleigh’s Duke Energy Center, Just in Time for Halloween

This Halloween season’s signature spooky ballet opened on Thursday night as Tropical Storm Michael ravaged the Triangle area with winds and rain, but on Saturday night the A.J. Fletcher Opera Theater crowd was filled with appreciative ballet enthusiasts who gathered to watch magnificent Carolina Ballet principal dancer Marcelo Martinez recreate his role as Count Dracula…. Read More ›

Carolina Ballet will will conclude its two-week run of Igor Stravinsky's Firebird & A Tribute to Russian Ballet & Its Composers on Sept. 29th and 30th in Raleigh's A.J. Fletcher Opera Theater (photo by Armes Photography)

Spartacus & Phrygia’s Margaret Severin-Hansen and Marcelo Martinez Steal the Show from The Firebird at the Carolina Ballet

The Carolina Ballet’s 2018-19 season opened on Thursday, Sept. 20th, with Igor Stravinsky’s Firebird & A Tribute to Russian Ballet & Its Composers. The diverse ballets are currently being performed in the A.J. Fletcher Opera Theater in Raleigh, NC’s Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts, with performances running through Sunday, Sept. 30th. Although listed… Read More ›

Tracy V. Wilson (left) and Holly Frey host the Stuff You Missed in History Class podcast (photo by John Fulton)

On Aug. 19th in Raleigh, Stuff You Missed in History Class Shined a Light on Provocative 19th-Century Travel Writer Anne Royall

On Sunday evening, Aug. 19th, we had the good fortune of attending a live show of Stuff You Missed in History Class (SYMHC), presented by Bob Nocek Presents LLC, in the A.J. Fletcher Opera Theater in the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts in Raleigh, NC. Like many such shows, this live show was… Read More ›

North Carolina Theatre Conservatory’s Pippin Is Delightful, Vibrant, and Fun

Ever since it first opened on Broadway in 1972, the extravaganza that is Pippin has been known for its vibrancy, life, and charm. And, what better way to perfectly embody these characteristics than to cast the show with a host of talented young actors? That is exactly what North Carolina Theatre has done. As the… Read More ›

A Night with Janis Joplin Delivers on Its Title

Most people view legendary artist Janis Joplin for what she was- an icon and a true original. Just in case there’s any doubt about her prolific talent or legacy, however, it’s all cleared up in A Night with Janis Joplin, onstage now through North Carolina Theatre and under the direction of Randy Johnson, who also… Read More ›