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NRACT's production of The Tale of the Allergist's Wife stars (from left) Greg Wait, Gilly Conklin, Christine Rogers, Jean Jamison, and Abhilash Kunnatoor Margabandu (photo by Curtis Scott Brown)

“The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife” at NRACT is a Gritty and Believable Look at Family

Charles Busch’s “The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife,” onstage now at North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre, under the direction of Timothy E. Locklear, is a funny, dark little tale of a woman, Marjorie Taub (Christine Rogers), who is facing a sort of crisis in her life. Disengaged with her upper-class life and coming down… Read More ›

Raleigh Little Theatre Attempts Charles Busch’s “The Divine Sister”

Charles Busch’s “The Divine Sister,” which parodies famous nun movies from “The Singing Nun” to “The Song of Bernadette” and everything in between, is the latest offering from Raleigh Little Theatre as part of its “City Series,” which aims to present grittier theatre intended for mature audiences. And, while “The Divine Sister” can’t rightfully be… Read More ›

The Theatre in the Park cast for "Psycho Beach Party," directed by Ira David Wood IV, includes (from left) Preston Campbell, Katie Bottomley, and Joe Kessler (photo by Stephen J. Larson)

Theatre in the Park Serves Up the Perfect Summer Show

Theatre in the Park’s “Psycho Beach Party” is set on a beach in Malibu in the early 60s, but viewers expecting a sweet little love story or something equally tame are in for a surprise. While “Psycho Beach Party” plays off of retro beach-blanket movies, it puts a whole new spin on the genre by… Read More ›