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Sheila Callaghan’s Crumble at Burning Coal Provides a Unique and Refreshing Perspective on Coping with Sorrow and Grief

The North Carolina Women’s Theatre Festival is a month-long celebration of plays written and directed by women. The plays produced for the festival feature diverse casts with diverse viewpoints, and showcase unique fare throughout the Triangle. The first show in this year’s lineup did not disappoint. Crumble (Lay Me Down, Justin Timberlake), written by Sheila… Read More ›

Dale Wolf and Caitlin Wells appear in the ensemble of "Orlando," a co-production of The Delta Boys and Manbites Dog.

Bartlett, Manbites Dog, and Ward Theatre Companies Top Dustin K. Britt’s “Best Of 2017” List

Now in its second year, Dustin K. Britt’s “Britt Picks Live” is an overview of the best in triangle theatre. Presented via Facebook Live, Britt announced his picks on Sunday night after nearly 60 published reviews in 2017. A recording of the broadcast can be found HERE. The discussion will continue alongside other triangle arts… Read More ›

The Women’s Theatre Festival presents LITTLE WOMEN: A Holiday Performance and Tea through December 3.

Women’s Theatre Festival Presents a Much-Improved Little Women at Sonorous Road

Click here to read Dustin K. Britt’s review of the 2016 production. After a well-received run last December, the Women’s Theatre Festival has decided to make a second go of adapting and staging Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women, which runs through December 3 at Sonorous Road Theatre & Film Studio. Like its first incarnation, the production… Read More ›

Sweet Tea and Baby Dreams Is Emotional and Hilarious, with Razor-Sharp Comedic Zingers

Every once in a while, I find myself missing “chick flicks,” whether they’re “romcoms” or ensemble pieces of the feel-good variety. I miss movies and media with a distinct three-act structure. I miss seeing stories that are genuinely funny with a sad center and a good resolution. Movies such as Music and Lyrics, Julie and… Read More ›

In Maribeth McCarthy’s Sweet Tea and Baby Dreams Blood Is Thicker Than Sweet Tea

What side of the Mason-Dixon line you’re from not only determines the sweetness of your tea, it may also determine how you define the word “Family.” Sweet Tea & Baby Dreams, written and directed by the highly energetic Maribeth McCarthy and completing its two-week run on Aug. 10-13 weekend in the Studio Theatre in Jones… Read More ›