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Gilbert Glenn Brown and Karen Malina White star in The Mountaintop (photo © Kirk Richard Smith)

L.A. Theatre Works Took the NC State LIVE Audience to The Mountaintop on April 17th in NCSU’s Stewart Theatre in Raleigh

When the curtain rises on NC State LIVE’s Tuesday, April 17th, presentation of L.A. Theatre Works’ production of The Mountaintop, it’s late at night on April 3, 1968. We are “flies-on-the-wall” in Room 306 of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, TN. We are about to spend an hour and a half with one of the… Read More ›

N.C. State LIVE presented Camille A. Brown & Dancers in Black Girl: Linguistic Play at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 25th, in Stewart Theatre in N.C. State University's Talley Student Union in Raleigh

BLACK GIRL: Linguistic Play Features Five Well-Trained and Highly Talented Dancers

First up, I will need to admit that I am not by any means qualified as a critic of dance, so have the proverbial “grain of salt” handy. The subtitle of N.C. State LIVE’s Feb. 25th presentation of Camille A. Brown’s BLACK GIRL: Linguistic Play created an expectation in me of a something a bit… Read More ›

N.C. State LIVE presented Camille A. Brown & Dancers in Black Girl: Linguistic Play at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 25th, in Stewart Theatre on the second floor of N.C. State University's Talley Student Union in Raleigh

Camille Brown’s BLACK GIRL: Linguistic Play Is a Captivating Hour of Dance, Beats, and Chants

If I could compare N.C. State LIVE’s Feb. 25th presentation of Camille A. Brown’s BLACK GIRL: Linguistic Play to anything it would perhaps be this scene from the 1950 film Summer Stock. Like Gene Kelly investigating a creaky floorboard and an abandoned newspaper, Brown takes it further to delve into the sounds and feeling of… Read More ›

The Justice Theater Project’s Production of Black Nativity Will Take You to Church

Written by Harlem Renaissance author Langston Hughes, Black Nativity premiered Off Broadway in December of 1961. It has since become a holiday staple of schools, churches, and community theaters in countries around the world. The Justice Theatre Project has just mounted its sixth annual production of Black Nativity on Dec. 17-19 in Stewart Theatre in… Read More ›

N.C. State LIVE brought The Capitol Steps to Stewart Theatre in the Talley Student Union for two shows on Saturday, Sept. 10th

Politicians’ Foibles and Scandals Provide Grist for The Capitol Steps’ Satirical Mill

Pretty nearly everyone over 55 has heard of The Capitol Steps, a political parody troupe that performed two shows this past Saturday in Stewart Theatre in N.C. State University’s Talley Student Union in Raleigh, NC, as part of the N.C. State LIVE series. The satirizing singing group arose in the early 1980s as a pastime… Read More ›