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Deft Dialogue Delivery and Impeccable Comic Timing Make Neil Simon’s Rumors Hilarious

Was that gunshot? Maybe it was a “thud” from someone falling down the stairs. Perhaps, a car backfired (in the bedroom?). Or did a balloon pop? Could a can of shaving cream have exploded? Maybe it was a manhole cover popping off…. Wait! Was that another one? Under the direction of Raleigh Little Theatre associate… Read More ›

Raleigh Little Theatre will stage Junie B. Jones: The Musical, with music by Zina Goldrich and book and lyrics by Marcy Heisler, on Feb. 15-17 and 21-24 and Feb. 28-March 3 in its Cantey V. Sutton Theatre

RLT’s Junie B. Jones Is as Happy as a First- Grader with a Brand-New Box of Crayons

Raleigh Little Theatre’s production of Junie B. Jones: The Musical, adapted from the beloved series of children’s books written by Barbara Park, with music by Zina Goldrich and book and lyrics by Marcy Heisler, is off to a great start. Because of popular demand, five more shows have been added to the performance schedule, which… Read More ›

Peak Ensemble Players of Apex Does It Again with Robin Hawdon’s Perfect Wedding

The curtains open on a disheveled bridal suite in the “only decent hotel within miles.” A head emerges from under the covers (at the foot of the bed). The first line: “Oh. My. God!” Wait! Did somebody say the words “perfect wedding?” The plot thickens when we discover that this is the morning of the… Read More ›

Ken Ludwig’s The Fox on the Fairway at The Halle in Apex Is a Frantically Fast Fun Farce

Apex, NC’s Halle Cultural Arts Center hosts a theater company called The Peak Ensemble Players, and they have produced another winner with Ken Ludwig’s The Fox on the Fairway, a frantic farce directed by Kathleen Rudolph. But we expected no less. Ludwig’s work has recently graced the Triangle Area with plenty of grins and giggles… Read More ›

Guess Who’s Dressing for Dinner at Apex’s Halle Center: Don’t Dress for Dinner Is a Feast of Laughs!

When was the last time you went to a play and laughed nonstop, even chuckling your way through intermission? If that’s what you want, come on down to the Halle Cultural Arts Center in Apex for Don’t Dress for Dinner. Adapted by Robin Hawdon and directed by Kathleen Rudolph, this production has been expertly cast; the pace is brisk; and the comic timing is impeccable.

Meet Bernard (played by Christopher Brown). He lives two hours outside of Paris. Jacqueline (Jenny Anglum) is Bernard’s wife. She is going to spend the weekend with her mother.