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The Women’s Theatre Festival presents LITTLE WOMEN: A Holiday Performance and Tea through December 3.

Women’s Theatre Festival Presents a Much-Improved Little Women at Sonorous Road

Click here to read Dustin K. Britt’s review of the 2016 production. After a well-received run last December, the Women’s Theatre Festival has decided to make a second go of adapting and staging Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women, which runs through December 3 at Sonorous Road Theatre & Film Studio. Like its first incarnation, the production… Read More ›

Space Girl Is a Queer, Punk, Satirical 2017 Sci-Fi Comedy by Pittsburgh Dramatist Mora V. Harris

A lesbian roller girl from the Planet Zlagdor? No, this is not an episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000. This is the Women’s Theatre Festival’s production of Space Girl, which concludes its two-week run on July 6-9 at the new Sonorous Road Theatre & Film Studio in The Royal Bakery Building at 3801 Hillsborough St… Read More ›

The Amazing C*nt and L’il B*tch Take Raleigh Packs a Punch at the Women’s Theatre Festival

The Amazing C*nt and Lil’ B*tch Take Raleigh — one of the eight 2016 Women’s Theatre Festival shows written, directed, and designed by and starring women — is a dark comedy about rape. A comedy about rape, you say? Yes, I do say. Staged at the very tiny Green Monkey, a gift shop/performance space in… Read More ›

In the Open Doors Short Play Festival, the Great Overwhelms the Not-So-Great

Sonorous Road Productions in Raleigh is a relatively new theater space in the Triangle, but it has really jumped in and made a big splash on the local theater scene. Not only has it offered a wonderful and eclectic lineup of shows; but it regularly sponsors workshops and classes, and shares its gorgeous space with… Read More ›