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Durham Performing Arts Center’s production of Chicago opens with a snazzy rendition of “All That Jazz,” featuring knee-swinging choreography re-created by Gary Chryst, sultry costumes by William Ivey Long, and too many beautiful people to count. The fast-paced opening number effectively sets the tone for the rest of this fabulously fun show. Each of [...]
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Cary’s Booth Amphitheatre will host the iconic cosmic band the B-52s, along with performances by regional favorite Southern Culture on the Skids of Chapel Hill and Burlington’s BIG Something, winner of the 2012 Band Together Last Band Standing.
Open captioning lets the audience read along with the play. A screen is visible to the audience, which displays the text of the play as the actors are speaking it. A professional open captioning operator is in the audience, watching the show and scrolling through the text, keeping up with the action on stage.
Blockbuster Show One of Many with Strong Sales
Long-time vocalist returns from extended leave of absence to join the band for their upcoming performance at DPAC, Durham Performing Arts Center on March 30, 2012. China Forbes is once again joining the band after recovering from successful vocal cord surgery last year.
Cary Players Will Stage “And Then There Were None,” a Classic Murder Mystery by Dame Agatha Christie
The Cary Players will present a community-theater production of And Then There Were None, a nail-biting 1943 stage adaptation based on the 1939 locked-room murder mystery by Dame Agatha Christie (1890-1976), on Feb. 3-5 and 9-12 at the newly repurposed 390-seat Cary Arts Center (formerly a school) in the heart of downtown Cary, NC. “I [...]
Tony Award®-winning scenic designer Christine Jones’ splendid multilevel warehouse-interior set for “American Idiot” is festooned with the unblinking eyes of dozens of TVs, punctuating the proceedings with news footage circa 2004, saucy MTV-style video snippets, and live shots of the cast. This show won’t just have Generation Y slackers tapping their feet and dancing in their seats; it has a much broader appeal that even Baby Boomers can appreciate.
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Casting has been announced for the upcoming national tour of Green Day’s AMERICAN IDIOT, the explosive Broadway hit called “wonderfully raucous” and “emotionally charged” by The New York Times
Mallarmé Chamber Players celebrates its 28th season of performances with an impressive offering of classic and contemporary repertoire, carefully selected to represent the multi-faceted landscape of chamber music for their Sunday Afternoon Concert Series.
Ten dancers dressed in plain clothes, as if they’ve just walked in off the street, walk purposefully onto the stage and begin to dance. When they enter the house lights are still up, but they darken as the white-noise music composed by artistic director Emanuel Gat becomes audible. Emanuel Gat Dance is making their US [...]
The underground theater space residing four stories above Elm Street is back for another season of entertainment on the edge.
North Carolina Theatre, the region’s premier producer of professional Broadway musical revivals has announced that Cybill Shepherd was diagnosed with a tibial plateau fracture and a severe ankle sprain after she mistook the last step on a staircase and fell. After receiving medical treatment and diagnosis, Ms. Shepherd realized she would not be able to perform in Hello, Dolly!
We’re thrilled to announce our exciting 2011-2012 season!
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Raleigh Little Theatre proves again that dreams really can come true. The beautiful lass-who-lost-her-slipper makes her 27th annual appearance in hopes of finding her Prince Charming. Performed at the RLT Sutton Main Stage Theatre.
Dec. 1-5: “Burn the Floor: Ballroom Reinvented,” starring Mark Ballas with Giselle Peacock (Broadway Series South in Raleigh Memorial Auditorium). Dec. 1-5: “Inspecting Carol” (University Theatre at N.C. State in Titmus Theatre in Frank Thompson Hall). Dec. 1-5, 7-12, 14-19: “Shipwrecked! An Entertainment — The Amazing Adventures of Louis de Rougemont (As Told by Himself)” [...]
Nov. 2-7: “Educating Rita” (Triad Stage). Nov. 4-7, 9-14: “Billy Elliot the Musical” (Durham Performing Arts Center). Nov. 2-7, 9-14: “Fences” (PlayMakers Repertory Company in Paul Green Theatre). Nov. 3: “The Frog Prince” (The Carolina Theatre‘s GlaxoSmithKline Arts Discovery Series). Nov. 3-6: “A Piece of My Heart” (University Theatre at N.C. State in the Kennedy-McIlwee [...]
DPAC, Durham Performing Arts Center and the Food Bank of Central and Eastern NC Team up to Offer a Special Billy Elliot Halloween Treat No tricks, just treat. DPAC, Durham Performing Arts Center, and the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina have teamed up to offer Billy Elliot fans a special Halloween Treat [...]
That Mean Green Mother from Outer Space Is Back in North Carolina Theatre’s “Little Shop of Horrors”
“Little Shop of Horrors is an affectionate rock-n-roll spoof of 1950s sci-fi movies that will have you laughing and dancing in your seats,” says Hushion.
The music of David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash is a cornerstone of rock ‘n roll. As Crosby, Stills & Nash (CSN), this trio of legendary singer-songwriters has been actively collaborating since 1969, when they first harmonized in either Joni Mitchell’s living room or Mama Cass Elliot’s dining room, depending on which member you ask (Crosby and Nash ascribe to the former, Stills is adamant about the latter).
“This show is just the culmination of our latest thoughts, dreams, and musings,” remarks Donovan Zimmerman. “It is inspired by the world we live in as well as the power of story in all of our lives.”
The North Carolina Symphony is enlisting college and high school-age volunteers to help promote its upcoming classical and pops seasons.
“The show is incredibly fun to watch and perform. [DROOD] is based on Charles Dickens’ unfinished novel THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD. [It was] The first mystery Dickens ever wrote, and he died before revealing the mystery!
“This house is simply incredible. Nothing from a book or video prepares you for the experience of visiting it in person,” says George Smart
FINAL WEEK JULY 19-24: SHEN WEI DANCE ARTS and PAST/FORWARD CLOSE THE 2010 AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL
This is the year of eccentricities. The paints are negotiating with Picasso and the Ark of the Covenant is making its appearance.
Families, friends and music and movie lovers can journey over the rainbow, Saturday, July 10. The North Carolina Symphony and guest conductor Constantine Kitsopoulos perform the timeless soundtrack of The Wizard of Oz live while the movie runs on Koka Booth Amphitheatre’s big screen. But the performance and film only complete an enchanting evening of [...]
You will be amazed how they are able to transform themselves into jungle animals ranging from monkeys to wolves and snakes to vultures.