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High-School Troupe One Song Productions Performs Neil Simon’s Rumors Crisply

Neil Simon’s hilarious screwball comedy Rumors first hit the boards in 1988. That it is as funny today as it was then is demonstrated by a company of young people who carry on the fine tradition of One Song Productions. Back in 2002, a couple of high school students (Katie Yow and Daniel Elam) founded… Read More ›

One Song’s Tigers Be Still Is a Fine Example of Youthful Talent, Discipline, and Drive

A warm and charming, and both layered and humorous play called Tigers Be Still by Kim Rosenstock, produced by One Song Productions for just three performances at The ArtsCenter of Carrboro, opens at 7:30 p.m. tonight (April 19th) and has 2 p.m. Saturday matinee and 7:30 p.m. Saturday evening performances (April 20th). One Song Productions… Read More ›

February 48 XII participants first met Friday to write and rehease six short plays to perform on Sunday

February 48 XII Demonstrates the Imagination, Energy, and Dedication of Triangle Teens

At 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 19th, of this year, One Song Productions brought together a remarkable group of high school students from the Triangle area to begin their 12th annual 48-hour play-writing, producing, and performing endeavor since the group began. This ensemble of 30 or so young people, obviously, were meeting for this purpose… Read More ›

One Song Knocks the (Snow) Ball Out of the Park One More Time with Almost, Maine at Common Ground

We have been unabashed advocates for One Song Productions for three years. The group, comprised entirely of high schoolers (and some college students) from the Chapel Hill area, with only high schoolers on their board of directors, has consistently put up shows that have achieved high theatrical standards. Almost, Maine by John Cariani lives up… Read More ›

One Song Productions Will Stage Almost, Maine on Dec. 3-5 at Common Ground Theatre in Durham

We have been singing the praises of One Song Productions since we first encountered them three years ago with their production of Denial by NPR commentator Peter Sagal. On Dec. 3-5, they will stage Almost, Maine by John Cariani — the most produced play in high schools in North America — at Common Ground Theatre… Read More ›