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Honest Pint’s Extraordinary Production of “A Steady Rain” Is a Must-See Crime Drama at NRACT

It was a lot like old times, seeing David Henderson and Ryan Brock on stage together, directed by C. Glen Matthews, working on a set built and lit by Miyuki Su. When you have a combination like that, you’re practically assured a hit. Honest Pint Theatre Company’s inaugural production of Keith Huff’s two-hander A Steady… Read More ›

“A Steady Rain” Is an Emotionally Charged and Unforgettable Debut for Honest Pint Theatre Company

“A Steady Rain,” the debut performance from Honest Pint Theatre Company and written by Keith Huff, is the story of a summer when a literal and figurative “steady rain” falls in the lives of two friends and Chicago cops—reckless, impulsive Denny (Ryan Brock) and sweet, big-hearted Joey, (David Henderson) who, with Denny’s help, has recently… Read More ›

David Henderson (left) and Ryan Brock will star in "A Steady Rain" at North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre

David Henderson and Ryan Brock Will Star in Keith Huff’s Crime Drama, “A Steady Rain,” at NRACT

The newly formed Honest Pint Theatre Company will present A Steady Rain, a 2007 Broadway crime drama written by Chicago playwright Keith Huff and staged by Raleigh, NC director and drama teacher C. Glen Matthews, on Aug. 23-25, Aug. 30-Sept. 1, and Sept. 6-8 at North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre, in the Greystone Village… Read More ›

Mike Raab (left) and Ryan Brock tickle TIP patrons' funny-bones in "Stones in His Pocket" (photo by Stephen J. Larson)

“Stones in His Pickets” Dramatist Marie Jones Mines the Epic Culture Clash Between Residents of Rural Ireland and a Hollywood Film Crew for Laughs

In Stones in His Pickets (1996), now playing at Theatre in the Park, Irish playwright Marie Jones orchestrates an epic culture clash between the crusty denizens of rural Ireland and the imperious personages of a Hollywood film crew “roughing it” on location to film The Quiet Valley (think of a mashup of The Quiet Man… Read More ›