Roy Dicks of the News and Observer writes “Credit director Peggy Taphorn for casting a group of sharp comedians, fine singers, and spiffy dancers (including herself), who enthusiastically perform her clever, fun-loving staging.”
Billy Liggett of The Sanford Herald offers “this is a family friendly event”…”As with every Temple production I’ve seen to date, the good came in the form of the performances.”
Modern-day Adaptation of Shakespeare Classic Comes to Raleigh
North Carolina Theatre is thrilled to close out its 2009 season with West Side Story, the musical drama about gang feuds in the slums of New York. The show will run Saturday, October 17th through Sunday, October 25th in Raleigh Memorial Auditorium at the Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts.
Altar Boyz is a spoof about a Catholic boy-band on the last night of their national “Raise the Praise” tour.
The Mystery of Irma Vep, by Charles Ludlam, is a Gothic melodrama in which a naive young woman marries widower Lord Edgar Hillcrest. She slowly uncovers the mysteries behind the untimely deaths of Lord Edgar’s first wife Irma Vep, as well as their son. Murder, mayhem, skullduggery and a few other vices invade the plot like a swarm of Gothic killer bees.