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Matt DaSilva (left) and Christiaan Smith-Kotlarek star as Lefou and Gaston (photo by Matthew Murphy)

Beauty and the Beast Still Enchants DPAC Patrons

Last Friday night, Durham Performing Arts Center patrons found much to cheer about in the third visit of NETworks Presentations, LLC’s brilliantly reimagined touring version of the Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, which may have earned an even heartier standing ovation than the show received during its 2010 and 2013 sojourns in the Bull City…. Read More ›

Brooke Quintana and Sam Hartley star as Belle and the Beast (photo by Matthew Murphy)

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Returns to DPAC for Five Performances from Oct. 23rd to 25th

On Oct. 23-25, the Durham Performing Arts Center will bring back Columbia, MD-based NETworks Presentations, LLC’s new-and-improved touring version of the 1994 Broadway musical, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, for five performances in DPAC‘s 2,700-seat, state-of-the-art theater, located in the bustling American Tobacco Historic District of the Bull City. This stage adaptation of the 1991… Read More ›

DPAC’s “Phantom” Proves Some Stories Are Better Left Unchanged

DPAC’s all new (but not too-new) production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “The Phantom of the Opera,” is quite the exciting experience. It takes some of the play’s most iconic scenes- the chandelier that crashes to the ground and the gondola ride that takes Christine (Julia Udine) down into the phantom’s lair and puts a whole… Read More ›

Cameron Mackintosh’s New Production of “Phantom of the Opera” Thrills at DPAC Through Oct. 19th

The dramatic story of the disfigured music master and his talented and beautiful protégé is one of the most recognized of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s masterpieces, and many would believe that the dramatic tale could not be improved. They are wrong. Cameron Mackintosh’s 25th anniversary production of The Phantom of the Opera is truly the “glorious… Read More ›

Cooper Grodin and Julia Udine portray The Phantom and his protégé, Christine Daaé, in the 2014 North American Tour of "The Phantom of the Opera" (photo Matthew Murphy)

Reimagined Version of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “The Phantom of the Opera” Will Haunt DPAC on Oct. 8-19

A boldly reimagined version of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s 1986 West End and 1988 Broadway backstage musical, The Phantom of the Opera, will haunt the Durham Performing Arts Center, in the American Tobacco District, on Oct. 8-12 and 14-19. 2014 North American Tour director Laurence Connor and his creative team have “refreshed” the longest-running show in… Read More ›