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Theatre Raleigh’s Fun Home Is Moving, Profound, and Incredibly Intimate

Fun Home is a deeply personal, moving musical based on Alison Bechdel’s graphic memoir and adapted for the stage by Lisa Kron and Jeanine Tesori. Thus, it’s only fitting that Theatre Raleigh, in its new, intimate space, would be the first to stage a local production. And, while this musical is profoundly affecting regardless of… Read More ›

The cast for Theatre Raleigh's production of Beehive includes (clockwise from top rear) Tyanna West (Gina), Lydia D. Kinton (Laura), Yolanda Rabun (Wanda), Destiny Diamond (Jasmine), Dakota Mackey-McGee (Alison) , and dance captain Casey Wenger-Schulman (Pattie) (photo by Jennifer Robertson)

Voices Blend and Resonate to Make Beehive: The 60s Musical the Hottest Ticket in Town

In Beehive: The 60’s Musical, playing May 8-12 and 15-19 at the Kennedy Theatre in Raleigh, NC, as part of Theatre Raleigh’s 2019 Summer Series, creator and Off-Broadway director Larry Gallagher has created a wonderful musical history of the 1960s, one of this country’s least understood decades and, perhaps, most important. Gallaher, who died much… Read More ›

Destiny Diamond (center) stars as Jasmine in Beehive: The 60's Musical (photo by Jennifer Robertson)

Theatre Raleigh’s Beehive: The 60’s Musical Is Hip, Fresh, and a Whole Lot of Fun

Akin to stepping back in time, Theatre Raleigh’s Beehive: The 60’s Musical, directed by Tim Seib and choreographed by Sherry Lee Allen, is a wild, fun ride that all viewers — whether they’re 60s music enthusiasts or not — are sure to enjoy. The production takes viewers through each step, change, and major event in… Read More ›

David Toole and Morgan Parpan star as Guy and Girl in Once (photo by Jennifer Griffin Robertson)

Theatre Raleigh’s Presentation of Once Is a Once-in-a-Lifetime Theater Experience

When the movie, Once, came out in in Ireland 2006, it was a surprise hit. The movie starred Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová, who also happen to have written all of the music and lyrics for the film. Folks embraced the story of a brokenhearted Irish street musician/vacuum cleaner repairman who has lost all hope,… Read More ›

Once stars (from left) David Bartlett, Morgan Parpan, and Dave Toole (photo by Jennifer Griffin Robertson)

Theatre Raleigh’s Production of Once Is Beautiful and Brutally Honest

Most love stories go something like this: guy meets girl, guy and girl fall in love, guy loses girl, guy gets girl back. However, in the case of Once, a musical currently onstage at Theatre Raleigh under the direction of Tim Seib and based on a film of the same name by John Carney,a slightly more… Read More ›