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NRACT’s Ain’t Misbehavin’ Is Fast and Fun

Ain’t Misbehavin’ is a popular musical revue that gets its name from the song by the legendary jazz great Thomas Wright “Fats” Waller. Subtitled “The Fats Waller Musical Show,” the original Broadway production won the 1978 Tony Award® for Best Musical. In addition to the “title song, the score includes such catchy tunes as “Lookin’… Read More ›

The An Act of God cast includes (from left) Alison Lawrence, Christopher John Maxwell, and Tom Barbieri

David Javerbaum’s An Act of God at NRACT Is Divine Inspiration at Its Best

Q: What do you call a one-act play in which the central character is God? A: An Act of God. Actors Comedy Lab and North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre have teamed up to create a thoroughly delightful production of David Javerbaum’s An Act of God. Directed by Bunny Safron, this show breezes along, entertaining… Read More ›

Honest Pint’s The Mystery of Love and Sex at NRACT Is a Disappointing Maelstrom of Characters and Conflict

Honest Pint Theatre Company normally does a terrific job telling interesting stories to theatergoers across the Triangle. This troupe of talented actors and directors does not shy away from edgy stories with interesting morals or themes. For this reason, I look forward to their productions. Unfortunately, their current offering, The Mystery of Love & Sex… Read More ›

Bathsheba Doran’s The Mystery of Love and Sex Is a Tender, Humorous, Surprisingly Deep Story

North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre is currently running The Mystery of Love & Sex by Bathsheba Doran, a writer with a hefty resumé. The play, produced by Honest Pint Theatre Company, doesn’t so much solve the mystery as expand its magnitude. It will always be an unsolvable mystery, we suspect. And probably that’s half… Read More ›

Bert V. Royal’s Dog Sees God at NRACT Is Funny, Touching, and Thought-Provoking, a Bit Shocking, But Ultimately Uplifting

There comes a time in all of our lives when we encounter a profound and immutable truth: comic-strip characters simply never age! Indeed, Charlie Brown (and the rest of Charles M. Schultz’s Peanuts characters) appeared on the scene in the 1950s as elementary-school-aged children and remained in that age group for half a century. But… Read More ›