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OdysseyStage Theatre’s 2021 NC 10by10 Play Festival Is an Evening of Delightful Treats

EDITOR’S NOTE: Social-distancing protocols are in place (see NOTE 1 below). There is a saying that “You don’t know what you’ve got ’til it’s gone” — to which I might add: “You don’t fully appreciate what you lost ’til it’s back.” Because COVID-19 forced last year’s production into the virtual purgatory of Zoom, such was… Read More ›

The Bare Theatre cast for ShakesBEER (from left: Tara Nicole Williams, Kyle Mears, Natalie Sherwood, and J. Robert Raines) sail to Illyria to visit characters from Twelfth Night (photo by Robert Davezac)

Bare Theatre’s Peripatetic ShakesBEER Is an Hour or So of Nonstop Laughter

It has been said that William Shakespeare wrote for every “level” in his audience, that he “aimed” certain elements to the “upper-crust” and certain elements to “the masses.” I believe the same thing can be said for Shakespeare’s modern-day “collaborator Chuck Keith. Who says you can’t update Shakespeare? ShakesBEER, produced by Bare Theatre at “various… Read More ›

PlaySlam! on Oct. 1st at The ArtsCenter Was Part Theater, Part Competition, and All Fun

The 14th Annual PlaySlam!, presented by on Oct. 1st at The ArtsCenter in Carrboro by OdysseyStage Theater and the Playwrights Roundtable, was a combination of theater and spectator sport. It consisted of 26 original stories in the form of three-minute plays — plays written by 13 local playwrights, selected from a wide field of submissions…. Read More ›

Bare Theatre will present "The Leader," a program of one-act plays by Eugene Ionesco and others, on Oct. 25-28 at Common Ground Theatre in Durham and on Nov. 3, 4, and 8-11 at the Visual Art Exchange in Raleigh

“The Leader” Is a Provocative Program of One-Act Plays by Eugene Ionesco and Other Playwrights

Just in time for the nationwide General Election on Nov. 6th, Bare Theatre of Raleigh, NC is presenting “The Leader,” a program of one-act plays about politics, including “The Leader” by Romanian and French playwright provocateur Eugene Ionesco (1909-94), on Oct. 25-28 at Common Ground Theatre in Durham and on Nov. 3, 4, and 8-11 at the Visual Art Exchange in Raleigh.