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Mortall Coile Theatre Company's presentation of "Master Harold" ... and the boys by Athol Fugard stars Ben Pluska (center) as Hally and Gil Faison (right) as Sam (photo by Curtis Scott Brown)

Mortall Coile’s Rendition of Athol Fugard’s "Master Harold" … and the boys Is Most Impressive

Mortall Coile Theatre Company’s presentation of South African dramatist Athol Fugard’s 1982 play, “Master Harold” … and the boys, takes place on a rainy afternoon in 1950 in South Africa during the the country’s infamous apartheid era. Its protagonist, “Hally,” is the 17-year-old son of the owners of St. George’s Park Tea Room in Port… Read More ›

Mortall Coile Theatre Company’s "Master Harold" … and the boys Is a Masterpiece!

On Thursday, April 14th, Mortall Coile Theatre Company founder and artistic director Jesse R. Gephart said, “I’ve waited two years to produce this show,” during his opening-night statement for “Master Harold” … and the boys, which he also directed. Well, we are here to tell you: it was worth the wait — the production is… Read More ›

Mortall Coile’s Presentation of “The Pride” is Gripping and Raw — Theatre at Its Finest

The time in which a person lives can have a huge impact on the way his life turns out. At least that’s one of the theories rippling under the surface of Alexi Kaye Campbell’s “The Pride,” which just finished a run at North Raleigh Arts & Creative Theatre. Kaye’s script, brought to the stage by… Read More ›

“Nocturne” Paints a Painstakingly Vivid Picture of Grief

When viewers walk into Mortall Coile Theatre Company’s production of Nocturne, a one-man play written by Adam Rapp and part of Burning Coal Theatre Company’s “Wait ‘Til You See This Series, the set is the first thing that catches their attention. Beautifully designed by Jon Haas and director Dana Marks, the set features hundreds (possibly… Read More ›