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NCSU Center Stage will present "LEO (The Anti-Gravity Show)" March 18-23 in Titmus Theatre

NCSU Center Stage Will Present the Gravity-Defying Physical Theater of “LEO” on March 18-23

N.C. State University Center Stage will present LEO (The Anti-Gravity Show) — produced by Y2D Productions of Montréal, Quebec, Canada, in association with Chamäleon Productions of Berlin, Germany — on March 18-23 in the Titmus Theatre in Frank Thompson Hall on the NCSU campus. Based on an original idea and originally performed by Tobias Wegner… Read More ›

N.C. State University Center Stage will present two shows by The Capitol Steps at 4 and 8 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 15th, in Stewart Theatre in the Talley Student Center

The Capitol Steps Will Skewer Politicos of All Stripes During Two Shows on Saturday, Sept. 15th, at NCSU

N.C. State University Center Stage will present two shows by The Capitol Steps, whose satirical songs and skits skewer politicos of all stripes, at 4 and 8 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 15, in Stewart Theatre on the second floor of the Talley Student Center. The group’s motto is: “We put the MOCK in Democracy.”

The Aquila Theatre cast for "The Importance of Being Earnest" includes (from left) Guy Oliver-Watts as Algernon Moncrieff, Rebecca Reaney plays Cecily Cardew, Rachael Barrington as Gwendolen Fairfax, and Peter F. Gardiner as Jack Worthing (photo by Richard Termine)

Rachael Barrington Was a Standout as Gwendolen Fairfax and Miss Prism in the Aquila Theatre’s Production of “The Importance of Being Earnest”

The standout performer of the ensemble was Rachael Barrington, who was lovely as Gwendolen Fairfax, but gave exceptionally strong work — in character and delivery — as the tutor Miss Prism.

The Aquila Theatre cast for "The Importance of Being Earnest" includes (from left) Guy Oliver-Watts as Algernon Moncrieff, Rebecca Reaney plays Cecily Cardew, Rachael Barrington as Gwendolen Fairfax, and Peter F. Gardiner as Jack Worthing (photo by Richard Termine)

“The Importance of Being Earnest” by Oscar Wilde Is a Knee-Slapping Comedy About Leading a Double Life

“Oscar Wilde’s ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ is a perennial audience favorite, a play that overflows with razor sharp wit, sublime elegance and dizzy romantic comedy,” claims Aquila Theatre. “Yet, Earnest has teeth and this biting satire of the vapid English aristocracy and their facile behavior made for an exciting opening night … on Valentine’s Day, 1895.”

NCSU Center Stage presents Malian singer and guitarist Rokia Traoré | Apr 10

The most adventurous singer-songwriter in Africa knew that she wanted to create a new musical style that was “more modern, but still African, something more blues and rock than my folk guitar.”