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The cast includes (from left) Jordan Wolfe, Lucius Robinson, and Emily Rieder (photo by David Rauch)

The Ghosts That Haunt Our Lives Is the Subject of The Weir by Conor McPherson

When the curtain rises on Burning Coal Theatre Company’s production of The Weir by Connor McPherson, it’s a dreary, windy night at a remote pub in Ireland. Two locals, Jim (Lucius Robinson) and Jack (Simon Kaplan), drink beer to stave off the cold. They talk with the bar’s owner, Brendan (Jordan Wolfe), about the weather;… Read More ›

The Weir stars (from left) Jordan Wolfe, Emily Rieder, and Lucius Robinson (photo by David Rauch)

The Weir at Burning Coal Features a Grand Script, Five Skilled Actors, and a Wise Director

Burning Coal Theatre Company’s current production of The Weir, which opened on Thursday, Nov. 29th, in the Murphey School Auditorium in Raleigh, NC, is Burning Coal artistic director Jerome Davis’ favorite play. This is the second time he has produced it at Burning Coal, the first time being in 2000. The Weir earned the 1999… Read More ›

Chloe Oilver stars as Effie in Iphigenia in Splott at Burning Coal

Effie, the Rough-and-Tumble Heroine of Gary Owen’s Iphigenia in Splott at Burning Coal, Is a Welsh Lass Well Worth Knowing

Burning Coal Theatre Company’s current production of Iphigenia in Splott, written by Welsh playwright Gary Owen and directed by Burning Coal’s co-founder and artistic director Jerome Davis, is a one-woman show. We meet Effie (Chloe Oliver), a rough-and-tumble Welsh girl from the community of Splott in the southern part of the city of Cardiff, Wales…. Read More ›

Burning Coal’s American Premiere of David Edgar’s Written on the Heart Is Just Superb

Tonight through Dec. 18th, Burning Coal Theatre Company is staging the American premier production of Written on the Heart, British playwright David Edgar’s 2011 dramatization of the writing of the King James Version of The Bible. It is a reminder that during a period of almost a hundred years prior to that book’s composition, the… Read More ›

12 Community Members Play the Title Role in Burning Coal’s Spoonface Steinberg

First heard 19 years ago on BBC 4, Spoonface Steinberg is a fictional one-hour monologue, written by Tony Award®-winning playwright Lee Hall, who is probably best known for penning Billy Elliot. It has undergone a couple of transitions since 1997, passing through TV, especially on YouTube, and is now a dramatic reading, which premieres in… Read More ›