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Bare Theatre’s EverScape Respawns at the New Sonorous Road Studio

respawn (v.): to re-enter gameplay after being killed. EverScape, by triangle native Allan Maule, made its regional premiere last October, having been a smash hit at the New York Fringe Festival. Bare Theatre co-produced a remounted EverScape as the inaugural production in the new Sonorous Theatre and Film Studio location on Hillsborough Street. The crew… Read More ›

Lights Up on the New Sonorous Road Studio

No business intends to pack up and move house after only two years in action. When North Carolina State University bought the standalone space at 209 Oberlin Road, the Sonorous Road Film and Theatre Studio had to take the show on the road. The Royal Bakery building on Hillsborough Street, to be precise. Right across… Read More ›

Allan Maule’s EverScape Is a 90-Minute Escape for All of Us

EverScape, written by Allan Maule, contains an interesting line. One of the characters states that “our grandparents” sought escape in movies, “our parents” sought escape through television, and “we” (the play’s protagonists, presumably the current generation) seek escape in online video games. We would add to this list another, older form of escape — live… Read More ›

EverScape stars George Labusohr and Hilary Edwards (photo by John Foote)

Allan Maule’s Ingenious EverScape Is the Theatrical Event of the Season

EverScape, written by Triangle native Allan Maule, premiered at the 2015 New York Fringe Festival (FringeNYC) and was named one of the festival’s “Must-See” Shows (an honor given to only 5 of the nearly 200 productions). Maule is an actor, writer, and video game enthusiast whose personal and professional experiences have informed this extraordinarily unique… Read More ›

EverScape Is a Witty and Delightful Comedy with Serious Social Overtones

Award winning, North Carolina educated and based playwright Allan Maule has served up a witty and delightful comedy with serious social overtones in his new show, EverScape, whose North Carolina premiere is being jointly presented on Oct. 6-23 by Bare Theatre and Sonorous Road Theatre. The play was a smash hit at the 2015 New… Read More ›

Susan Middaugh’s "Just a Bus Driver" Is the Crowd (and Our) Favorite in 10 by 10

ArtsCenter Stage’s 10 by 10 in the Triangle is a much-loved Carrboro festival that showcases 10 short plays of about 10 minutes each from writers from around the country, performed by 10 local actors. This is the 15th year for the festival, and over 1,000 scripts vied for a spot in the lineup. The most… Read More ›

The ArtsCenter’s 10 by 10 in the Triangle Is an Entertaining Evening; Don’t Miss It

10 by 10 in the Triangle is The ArtsCenter of Carrboro’s 15th annual presentation of a collection of ten 10-minute plays, written by 10 playwrights, directed by 10 directors, and performed by 10 actors (ten to the fifth power, you might say); and our experience of the past four years is they just keep on… Read More ›

In the Open Doors Short Play Festival, the Great Overwhelms the Not-So-Great

Sonorous Road Productions in Raleigh is a relatively new theater space in the Triangle, but it has really jumped in and made a big splash on the local theater scene. Not only has it offered a wonderful and eclectic lineup of shows; but it regularly sponsors workshops and classes, and shares its gorgeous space with… Read More ›