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Theatre Raleigh’s Oh What a (Holy) Night!
Is a Delectable Christmas Confection

If the hustle and bustle of the holidays has you stressed out this year, don’t despair! Theatre Raleigh has concocted a delectable Christmas confection certain to get you into the spirit of the season. Oh What a (Holy) Night! is a delightful evening of top-notch musical performances by a small yet diverse cast of talented… Read More ›

Theatre Raleigh’s Oh What a (Holy) Night! on Dec. 19-22 Is a Breezy Christmas Concert

If you are looking for a great way to spend a few hours this weekend, getting your Christmas groove on, then I implore you to head to the cozy Kennedy Theatre at the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts in Raleigh, NC. Theatre Raleigh’s yuletide revue, Oh What a (Holy) Night!, is an absolutely… Read More ›

Theatre Raleigh’s The Scottsboro Boys Is Absolutely Phenomenal, and Its Storytelling Method Is Unique!

Start with a story that needs telling; pick a unique, unexpected method to tell it; recruit a dynamite cast and a first-rate production team; stir; and serve! Theatre Raleigh’s production of The Scottsboro Boys is guaranteed to entertain, to impress, to stimulate, to motivate …. The Story Is One of Tragic Injustice: Nine well-intentioned young… Read More ›

Theatre Raleigh Hits a Home Run with Kander and Ebb’s The Scottsboro Boys!

We can hardly heap enough praise on Theatre Raleigh’s production of The Scottsboro Boys, directed and choreographed by Gerry McIntyre. The Scottsboro Boys is a Tony®-nominated 2010 Broadway musical that follows the true-life drama of nine black youths falsely accused of raping two white women in Alabama in 1931. It’s simply an amazing production. Instead… Read More ›

Theatre Raleigh’s The Scottsboro Boys Is Bold, Brave, and Powerful

Theatre Raleigh has chosen David Thompson’s The Scottsboro Boys as the grand finale to its 2019 Summer Series, and what a way to go out! Through the controversial “art” of minstrelsy, this production tells the harrowing true story of nine young men who, in 1931, were falsely accused of rape and unjustly had their lives… Read More ›