Raleigh Little Theatre’s Pinocchio, directed by Linda O’Day Young, is pretty much everything you could want in a children’s play. Featuring big, bright, funny acting, akin to what you’d see in a Disney movie, and a quirky humor that appeals to kids of all ages, this play is a great one for the young in age and the young at heart.
Margaret Severin-Hansen as Pinocchio Everyone knows the story of Pinocchio, but rarely has it been told with as much charm and vibrancy as in Carolina Ballet’s production, directed under the sure hand of Bruce Wells. Adults and children alike are dazzled at the sheer magic presented on stage from the opening that bursts with color… Read More ›
Seventy-three years ago, celebrated Chapel Hill, NC playwright Paul Green (1894-1981), who won the 1927 Pulitzer Prize for Drama for IN ABRAHAM’S BOSOM, pioneered a whole new genre, which he called a “symphonic drama of American history,” when he wrote THE LOST COLONY about the ill-fated 1587 English attempt to plant a permanent settlement on… Read More ›
Carolina Ballet is pleased to announce the line-up of productions for the company’s 2010-2011 season highlighting ballets from the company’s repertory as well as five premieres for Triangle audiences.