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The Agape Theatre Project’s Rendition of Samm-Art Williams’ Dramedy The Dance on Widow’s Row Is a Fast and Frivolous Farcical Feast

Our hats are off to director Terra C. Hodge and producer Kenneth Hinton Sr. for this opener of the Agape Theatre Project’s second season: The Dance on Widow’s Row by North Carolina playwright Samm-Art Williams — a fast and frivolous farcical feast playing through Sunday, May 12th, at Burning Coal Theatre Company’s Murphey School Auditorium,… Read More ›

Lynnette Barber stars as Mother Shaw in Raleigh Little Theatre's production of Crowns (photo by Brenna Lila Jane Berry-Stewart)

Regina Taylor’s Crowns at RLT Is the Best Musical That I’ve Seen in Years

When I went to see Raleigh Little Theatre’s production of Crowns by Regina Taylor, I didn’t know quite what to expect; but what I found was that it was the best musical I’d seen in years. When I think about musical theater, I usually think about sadness. I think about ballads about death, about fighting… Read More ›

Raleigh Little Theatre will present Regina Taylor's gospel musical Crowns on Aug. 31-Sept. 3 and Sept 7-10 in RLT's Cantey V. Sutton Theatre (photo by Areon Mobasher Photography)

We Tip Our Hats to Everyone Involved with Crowns at Raleigh Little Theatre

There’s generally a whole lot of spirit to be found on the stages of Raleigh Little Theatre. At the moment, however, there’s a literal revelation, as director Terra Hodge takes us to church by way of Regina Taylor’s 2002 gospel musical Crowns. The story centers on a young African-American girl, Yolanda, who has lost her… Read More ›