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Meredith Dayna Levy’s Decision Height Soars at the Women’s Theatre Festival

Written, directed, and co-designed by and starring women, the 2016 Women’s Theatre Festival’s presentation of Decision Height is a full-length play that follows a group of six trainees in the Women Airforce Service Pilots program during World War II. These “WASPs” must survive the trials of being not only technicians and pilots, but also women… Read More ›

Much Ado About Something! One Song Productions Does It Again, This Time at The ArtsCenter!

As we previously surmised, the One Song Productions performance of William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing lived up to our expectations and, in fact, exceeded them! With the largest cast that we’ve seen One Song put on stage yet, they kept the pace moving quickly, the story involving, and the humor rolling. Scene changes are… Read More ›

One Song Productions Sets Shakespeare’s c. 1598-99 Comedy “Much Ado About Nothing” in 1987

Once again the local teenagers banded together as One Song Productions are taking on the challenge of producing quality theater, this time at the The ArtsCenter in Carrboro. In their upcoming modern-dress production of Much Ado About Nothing, several cast members are enrolled in universities, which may enhance the already usually excellent performances that we… Read More ›

“Redbird” Showcases the Talent of North Carolina Playwrights

ArtsCenter Stage’s production of Redbird, a festival of one-act plays by North Carolina playwrights, is comprised of three plays at one performance and two plays at another performance. You may see all five or any combination. None of the plays are related to each other, aside from all being authored in this state. Four are… Read More ›

ArtsCenter Stage will present "For Lucy," a nontraditional children's play by David Rabinowitz, on April 27-29 and May 4-6 at The ArtsCenter in Carrboro

In “For Lucy,” an Imaginative, Fearless Third Grader Learns How to Cope After Her Mother Passes Away

ArtsCenter Stage will present “For Lucy,” a nontraditional children’s play written by Chapel Hill, NC dramatist and independent filmmaker David Rabinowitz and directed by Jeri Lynn Schulke, on April 27-29 and May 4-6 in the Earl and Rhoda Wynn Theater in The ArtsCenter in Carrboro.