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“BRIDES OF THE MOON” IS ENTERTAINING, BUT UNEVEN

Common Ground Theatre’s current production of the R-rated 1996 sex comedy, BRIDES OF THE MOON, written and originally performed by The 5 Lesbian Brothers (Maureen Angelos, Babs Davy, Dominique Dibbell, Peg Healey, and Lisa Kron), is entertaining, but uneven, partly due to its smirky script — for example, the play takes place in the year… Read More ›

“November” preview by Robert W. McDowell

Do we love the United States? You bet we do. Do we TRUST the government of the United States? Are you kiddin’?

“NUNSENSE” DRAWS AN OVERFLOW CROWD AT NRACT | Oct 16 – Nov 1

North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre’s surprisingly strong community-theater production of Dan Goggin’s 1985 musical comedy, NUNSENSE, which pokes gentle fun at the sisters of the Catholic Church, proved to be a real crowd-pleaser