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McQueen & Company’s First-Rate Cast and Crew for Fool for Love Really Deliver

McQueen & Company Theatre might be a new entity in the Triangle theater scene, but their initial show is quite obviously a collaboration of seasoned veterans. Sam Shepard’s Fool for Love calls for raw, gritty characters who interact in a seedy, run-down motel, and this production delivers on both — in spades! Director Andy Hayworth… Read More ›

McQueen & Company’s Inaugural Production, Sam Shepard’s Fool for Love, Shows Promise

The newly minted McQueen & Company Theatre has launched its inaugural production, Sam Shepard’s Fool for Love, finalist for the 1984 Pulitzer Prize in Drama. With a flair for social media marketing, a borrowed theater space (Research Triangle High School in Research Triangle Park), and a $3,000 Kickstarter cache, founder-producer Diana Cameron McQueen seems to… Read More ›

John Honeycutt (left) and Jerry Sipp star in Tuesdays with Morrie (photo by Valerie Taylor)

Jerry Sipp and John Honeycutt Bring Tuesdays with Morrie to Life (Again) at Temple Theatre

Jerry Sipp and John Honeycutt, the stars of Temple Theatre of Sanford’s current production of Tuesdays with Morrie, reprise their crowd-pleasing performances from this past February’s presentation of this two-character show, originally directed by Cary’s Andy Hayworth for Raleigh’s The Justice Theater Project. Messrs. Honeycutt and Sipp, once again under the direction of Mr. Hayworth,… Read More ›

Eugene O’Neill’s Hughie Is a Surprising Little Gem

Eugene O’Neill (1888-1953), a towering figure in American theater, wrote about 17 of its best known plays, and almost everyone is familiar with some of them, such as Desire Under the Elms, Long Day’s Journey into Night, Ah, Wilderness!, Mourning Becomes Electra, The Iceman Cometh, and Anna Christie. Lesser known are his one-acts, and Hughie… Read More ›

South Stream Productions’ Presentation of Hughie by Eugene O’Neill Is Another Hit at Sonorous Road

In South Stream Productions’ current presentation of Eugene O’Neill’s Hughie, now playing at Sonorous Road Productions in Raleigh, under the direction of Andy Hayworth, Brook North and David Klionsky swap roles for alternating performances. On opening night (May 27th), North played Erie, and Klionsky played The Night Clerk. When the curtain rises, it’s three o’clock… Read More ›