Politics and religion. These two things go hand in hand. Our country believes in the separation between church and state, but the reality is that politicians must embrace their party platform in order to get and stay elected. Conservative politicians are seen as God-fearing, gun-rights advocates, whereas liberals tend to advocate setting limitations on the… Continue reading Politics and Religion Clash Comically in NRACT’s Presentation of Jason Odell Williams’ 2017 Political Comedy Church & State
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is a fun show, one that, in recent years, has gotten a lot of play in and around the Triangle. However, the interactive nature of the show- viewers are pulled from the audience to actually participate in the fictional spelling bee taking place onstage- keeps this one fun… Continue reading NRACT’s “Spelling Bee” Is Full of Delightful Surprises
North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre will present a community-theater production of “Five Women Wearing the Same Dress,” a catty R-rated 1993 wedding comedy by award-winning Atlanta, GA-born playwright and screenwriter Alan Ball, on March 9-25 in its small black-box theater in the Greystone Shopping Village.