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NCT’s Kinky Boots Is a Must-See Musical, with Lots of High-Heeled Kicks and Belly-Laughs

With high-heeled kicks, belly-laugh puns, and a score worthy of a Tony® for Best Musical in 2013, the North Carolina Theatre‘s home-grown production of Kinky Boots creates a spectacle unlike any other at Raleigh Memorial Auditorium. The cast is full of actors and singers who can compete with those playing the same roles on Broadway,… Read More ›

North Carolina Theatre’s Kinky Boots Is Surprisingly Universal

Based on a 2005 film of the same name, Kinky Boots, written by Harvey Fierstein with music and lyrics by the Cyndi Lauper, has found new and exciting life onstage since 2012. And, the North Carolina Theatre production, directed and choreographed to perfection by Nathan Peck, proves that this story is still relevant, still important,… Read More ›

The Carolina Ballet’s 2019 Presentation of The Nutcracker Is Chock-full of Christmas Sweets

With dreams of Santa, sugar plums, and fairies dancing in their heads, children of all ages took their seats on Saturday, Dec. 7th, in the Beasley Curtis Auditorium in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Memorial Hall to watch the Carolina Performing Arts present the Carolina Ballet’s magical production of The Nutcracker. The… Read More ›

Lythgoe Family’s Snow White Christmas Panto at Raleigh Memorial Auditorium Is a Gem!

The North Carolina Theatre‘s Nov. 30-Dec. 1 and Dec. 3-8 presentation of A Snow White Christmas is the Lithgoe Family Productions’ follow-up to last year’s Aladdin and His Winter Wish Panto, which delighted Raleigh, NC audiences on Nov. 29-Dec. 2, 2018. A Snow White Christmas runs through Sunday, Dec. 8th, in Raleigh Memorial Auditorium in… Read More ›

Carolina Ballet’s Nov. 21-24 Tribute to the Masters Is a Nod to Greatness

Though we all would name different people when asked who “the masters” might be, one thing is for sure: the Carolina Ballet celebrated the best of the best with A Tribute to the Masters, last night’s tribute to the music of Beethoven and Grieg. But those internationally famous composers are not the only masters in… Read More ›