Opening on Broadway in 2003, Avenue Q features a book by Jeff Whitty (Bring it On: The Musical) and score by Robert Lopez & Jeff Marx (The Book of Mormon, Disney’s Frozen). The sleeper hit surprised Tony® viewers by beating out mega-musical Wicked for Best Musical, Best Book, and Best Score. Given its puppeteering demands,… Read More ›
…an energizing evening of showstoppers that have as much punch today as they ever did back in the flower power days of the 60s
A brief look inside “Hair”, by Ragni, Rado and McDermott, presented by Burning Coal Theatre
Enjoy fine dining, a wonderful wine list, and sinful dessert menu at The Mint, 219 Fayetteville Street. Chris Hylton, the Culinary Director of The Mint Restaurant, started his culinary career in Los Angeles, CA and most recently came to Raleigh from Washington, DC.
In the intimate setting of the Kennedy Theatre an engaging cast reveals the truths about life, love, and the building of relationships. Presented with the art of song and stage the audience laughs, chuckles and knowingly nods to whisper, “That’s you, honey.”