HRT Puts a Classic Spin on “Little Shop of Horrors”

“Little Shop of Horrors,” based on the low-budget, 1960 film of the same name, is a play that often finds itself in a bit of a predicament: if it is put on by a major theatre, one that pulls out all the stops and spares no special effect, it often loses a bit of its… Continue reading HRT Puts a Classic Spin on “Little Shop of Horrors”

Small Town Theatre Gets It Right with a Charming Production of The Sound of Music

Small town Dunn might not be the first place you think of when you think top-notch theatre, but Harnett Regional Theatre’s positively delightful production of The Sound of Music proves that good things can be found where least expected. The classic story is brought to a spunky and charming life thanks to tight direction by… Continue reading Small Town Theatre Gets It Right with a Charming Production of The Sound of Music