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Raleigh Room Escapes Scares Up a Different Kind of Theatre

We are at a gas station near downtown Raleigh attempting to rehydrate. We’re sweaty, breathless, and debriefing on what the hell happened back there. Pressing an ice-cold gatorade to my neck, I ask, “you wanna go again?” “Only if it’s a different room,” my partner answers, unscrewing a bottle of water. “That was too stressful…. Read More ›

Broughton Theatre Teams with NC Author to Fund Journey to Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Needham Broughton High School’s Theatre Department is staging a unique collaboration with a North Carolina author to raise money for its journey next year to the world renowned Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Broughton Theatre, under the direction of Julie A. Florin, was selected to participate in the 2015 American High School Theatre Festival (AHSTF), which chooses… Read More ›

Lose Yourself in “Brigadoon”

Brigadoon tells the story of two American hunters who lose their way and stumble into the magical world that is the show’s namesake. Burning Coal Theatre’s production of this charming, poignant musical is downright magical from start to finish, and viewers will leave the theatre feeling as if they’ve made this whimsical journey right along… Read More ›


North Carolina Theatre, the region’s premier producer of professional Broadway musicals, is thrilled to partner with local nonprofits during the run of Oliver!, running July 17th through the 22nd in Raleigh Memorial Auditorium at the Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts.

Denise Cerniglia gives us a rundown of the shows you may want to catch in May.

Denise Cerniglia of the blog Triangle Arts & Entertainment gives us a rundown of the shows you may want to catch in May. 1. Carolina Ballet‘s season finale Beauty and the Beast with Beethoven’s 9th Symphony May 17-20, Raleigh Memorial Auditorium 2. Music Maker Relief Foundation May 11, Music Maker Blues Revue at Back Porch Music Series… Read More ›