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McQueen & Company’s First-Rate Cast and Crew for Fool for Love Really Deliver

McQueen & Company Theatre might be a new entity in the Triangle theater scene, but their initial show is quite obviously a collaboration of seasoned veterans. Sam Shepard’s Fool for Love calls for raw, gritty characters who interact in a seedy, run-down motel, and this production delivers on both — in spades! Director Andy Hayworth… Read More ›

McQueen & Company’s Inaugural Production, Sam Shepard’s Fool for Love, Shows Promise

The newly minted McQueen & Company Theatre has launched its inaugural production, Sam Shepard’s Fool for Love, finalist for the 1984 Pulitzer Prize in Drama. With a flair for social media marketing, a borrowed theater space (Research Triangle High School in Research Triangle Park), and a $3,000 Kickstarter cache, founder-producer Diana Cameron McQueen seems to… Read More ›

Theatre in the Park’s True West Is Truly Worthwhile

Local actor-directors Jesse R. Gephart and Ira David Wood IV shine very brightly as they co-direct and star in Sam Shepard’s True West, which (unfortunately) only plays one weekend at Raleigh’s Theatre in the Park. Often quite funny, True West is an extended interaction between two brothers. (Can you say “dysfunctional”?). But there is much… Read More ›

Theatre in the Park Kicks Off Its Three-Week Repertory Run with Sam Shepard’s True West

Over the next three weeks, Theatre in the Park is presenting three plays: Sam Shepard’s True West (Sept. 8-11), John Cariani’s Almost, Maine (Sept. 15-18), and Del Shores’ Southern Baptist Sissies (Sept. 22-25). Although advertised as being performed “in rep,” this mini-festival does not fit the typical repertory structure (in which two or more shows… Read More ›