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Allan Maule’s Framing the Shot Scores a Bull’s-Eye for Sonorous Road Theatre & Film Studio

Sonorous Road Theatre & Film Studio scores a bull’s-eye with local playwright Allan Maule’s Framing the Shot, directed by Ira David Wood IV. Photography buffs will recognize the term “framing the shot.” Laypersons (such as ourselves), however, might wonder, “What kind of shot?” Doctors give shots. Bar-tenders pour shots. Photographers, pool-sharks, archers, and marksmen take… Read More ›

The Expressive and Talented Cast of The Gift of the Magi at Sonorous Road Is a Great Pleasure to Watch

The Gift of the Magi: A 1920s-Themed Holiday Show, adapted by Michelle Murray Wells and the Sonorous Road Theatre & Film Studio creative team from a 1905 short story by Greensboro, NC native O. Henry (nee William Sydney Porter, 1862-1910), is referred to by them as an immersive theater experience, such as Sonorous Road offered… Read More ›

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Choose Which Character to Follow in The Gift of the Magi; Enjoy a Unique Theater Experience

When’s the last time you’ve made a choice when sitting in a theater audience? Other than deciding what snacks to buy or which show to see — chances are, the choices you make don’t impact the play you see. You get to see the same locations, the actors say the same lines, and you see… Read More ›

House of the Fury Is an Up-Close-and-Personal Foray into Dark, Edgy Themes and Characters

It’s that time of year again. When kids dream of knocking on strangers’ doors to collect candy. When a cavalcade of slutty mushrooms and ax-murderers with open head wounds roam the streets. When abandoned fields and houses become killing fields. It’s time to be afraid. Very afraid. So, I was not surprised to find a… Read More ›

Is Sonorous Road’s House of the Fury Scary? Not Very

Is the Sonorous Road Theatre & Film Studio’s House of the Fury: An Immersive, Interactive Theatrical Experience scary? Not very. That is our assessment of the 45 minutes that the trek through this house of horror performance takes. The advertising for this show hypes an experience so severe it even includes requiring the audience members… Read More ›