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Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde Is Truly a "Strange Case" — and Truly Worth Seeing at N.C. State!

N.C. State University Theatre’s current production of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, directed by Mia Self, features a 2008 script by Jeffrey Thatcher, adapted from Robert Louis Stevenson’s 1886 novella, the Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. The story is at least marginally familiar to us all. Everyone has heard of the scientist… Read More ›

Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde Is an Entertaining and Thoughtful Evening of Drama and Fright

Almost everyone is familiar with Scottish writer Robert Louis Stevenson’s novella, the Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, written in 1886. But in Jeffrey Thatcher’s 2008 adaptation of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, which the N.C. State University Theatre is performing now through April 17th in Titmus Theatre in NCSU’s Frank Thompson Hall,… Read More ›

N.C. State University Theatre will stage Leading Ladies Feb. 11-14 and 17-21 in Titmus Theatre in Frank Thompson Hall

Never Underestimate the Comedic Potential of Men in Dresses in Leading Ladies at N.C. State University

Never underestimate the comedic potential of men in dresses. The leading men of Ken Ludwig’s Leading Ladies play the “leading ladies.” in the current N.C. State University Theatre production of this 2004 farce, set Ludwig’s hometown of York, PA, in the 1950s and directed by director of University Theatre John C. McIlwee. Leo (Alex Smith)… Read More ›

During its NCSU Center Stage performance last weekend, Teatro Hugo & Ines created a character out of two hands, a knee, a nose on a rubber band, and ukulele!

NCSU Center Stage Brought the Wonderful World of Teatro Hugo & Ines’ Puppets to Raleigh April 10-12

We had no expectations last Friday night for N.C. State University Center Stage’s presentation of Teatro Hugo & Ines, but we had one major question: “How can puppets possibly be ‘big enough’ to perform onstage for a theater audience?” The answer came right away. Teatro Hugo & Ines uses a 12′ x 12′ platform, six… Read More ›

Teatro Hugo & Ines create a riot of characters composed of knees, feet, hands, and elbows and a handful of props

Teatro Hugo & Ines Will Transform the Ordinary into the Extraordinary on April 10-12 at NCSU

N.C. State University Center Stage will present Teatro Hugo & Ines on April 10-12 on in the Titmus Theatre in Frank Thompson Hall. NCSU Center Stage says, “Beloved the world over, Peruvian puppeteers Ines Pasic and Hugo Suarez have been transforming the ordinary into the extraordinary for nearly three decades.” Also according to NCSU Center… Read More ›