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RLT Director Patrick Torres Finds the Soul, and Amy (White) Pridgen Finds the Heart, of This Wonderful Life from Dec. 17th to Dec. 25th

EDITOR’S NOTE: Nancy Rich’s husband, videographer Rod Rich, taped the online version of this show. The following review is based on the final edited version of that video-on-demand production. — R.W.M. “The theatre is the only institution in the world which has been dying for 4,000 years and has never succumbed. It requires tough and… Read More ›

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Takes Raleigh Little Theatre Audiences on an Intensely Compelling Journey

Autism has been a subject of growing fascination over the years, with movies such as Rain Man (1988), Mozart and the Whale (2005), and many others, attempting to make the public more aware of the augmented realities of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). With autism on the rise, the need to understand this new… Read More ›

Wickedly Funny Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder Is a Diamond in RLT’s Crown

Raleigh Little Theatre’s production of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder opens with a warning to the audience of the grisly contents of the story. Even though the plot line does involve ambition, lust, class privilege, and murder, the show itself is absolutely delightful and as ambitious as its protagonist. From the live orchestra… Read More ›

A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder at RLT Exceeds Even the Greatest of Expectations

I had no idea that I ever would laugh so much, so hard, and so unashamedly at the antics of a serial-killer! But the delightfully madcap silliness of this script, coupled with the high-octane energy of this cast, the brisk pacing, the flawless singing, and the visual delights of the set, the costumes, and the… Read More ›

The RLT rendition of Pippin stars Jesse Farmer (top center) as Pippin (photo by Areon Mobasher)

RLT’s Rendition of Pippin Is Entirely Enjoyable, with Star Turns by Deanna Richards, Jesse Farmer, and Rebecca Johnston

The 1972 Broadway production of Pippin is a Tony®- and Drama Desk Award-winning creation by some of the masters of the Broadway stage, with signature choreography of Bob Fosse, music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz, and a book by Roger O. Hirson, who passed away only a few days before Raleigh Little Theatre’s version of… Read More ›