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EverScape stars George Labusohr and Hilary Edwards (photo by John Foote)

Allan Maule’s Ingenious EverScape Is the Theatrical Event of the Season

EverScape, written by Triangle native Allan Maule, premiered at the 2015 New York Fringe Festival (FringeNYC) and was named one of the festival’s “Must-See” Shows (an honor given to only 5 of the nearly 200 productions). Maule is an actor, writer, and video game enthusiast whose personal and professional experiences have informed this extraordinarily unique… Read More ›

EverScape Is a Witty and Delightful Comedy with Serious Social Overtones

Award winning, North Carolina educated and based playwright Allan Maule has served up a witty and delightful comedy with serious social overtones in his new show, EverScape, whose North Carolina premiere is being jointly presented on Oct. 6-23 by Bare Theatre and Sonorous Road Theatre. The play was a smash hit at the 2015 New… Read More ›

Lungs at Sonorous Road: It All Started at IKEA

Sonorous Road Productions opened its 2016-17 season on Friday, Sept. 9th, with the regional premiere of Duncan Macmillan’s 2014 play Lungs. Even though there are plenty of comic moments to keep the mood light, our main reason for recommending it is, it is a “thought piece.” When the curtain rises, an unnamed modern-day couple is… Read More ›

Duncan Macmillan’s Lungs Is a Laugh-a-Minute Funny Spoof of Political Correctness

Lungs by Duncan Macmillan, which opened on Friday, Sept. 9th, is another outstanding production of the relatively new Sonorous Road Theatre, located near the roundabout on Oberlin Road. Sonorous Road Productions was founded by Michelle Murray Wells, just down the street from the eponymous Roundabout Art Collective a couple of years ago. Lungs is a… Read More ›

The How and the Why stars Rozlyn Sorrell (left) and Carly P. Jones (photo by Paul Cory Photography)

Sarah Treem’s The How and the Why Features Top-Notch Acting and a Directorial Debut

“The times they are a-changin’” Sarah Treem’s The How and the Why is a perfect choice for the 2016 Women’s Theatre Festival, which features plays that are written by women, that are directed by women, that feature women, and that are focused on women’s issues. And this production scores on all counts. Zelda (played by… Read More ›