Everybody, written by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins and directed by Orlando Pabotoy, as they say, “has it all!” An adaptation of the medieval English morality play Everyman, this current production of PlayMakers Repertory Company offers a poignant reminder of the rich history of theater-in-English while, at the same time, fulfilling the all of the past-and-present goals of… Read More ›
Some plays have been performed for decades. Branden Jobs-Jenkins’ play, Everybody, has been around a lot longer than that though- at least in some form. Acting as an (incredibly likeable) usher/guide for the evening, Kathryn Hunter-Williams explains that what the audience is about to view is an adaptation of an ancient morality play called Everyman,… Read More ›
Raleigh resident Carolyn Elliot, a self professed Michaelson fanatic, gushed, “I love Ingrid’s sincerity and how genuine she is about her music. I love how real of a person she is. She just inspires me.”
Singer/songwriter Ingrid Michaelson will be heading to Lincoln Theatre in downtown Raleigh as her song “The Way I Am” goes platinum.