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WTF’s Dance Revue, Music and the Mirror, Brings Broadway Songs to Life in a New Way

Broadway show tunes come to life in a new way in the Women’s Theatre Festival’s production of Music and the Mirror, a full-length revue told entirely in dance. Think of it as a Broadway’s greatest hits cabaret act, but skilled vocalists are replaced by skilled dancers. Solo, duo, trio, and larger group pieces are set… Read More ›

In the Open Doors Short Play Festival, the Great Overwhelms the Not-So-Great

Sonorous Road Productions in Raleigh is a relatively new theater space in the Triangle, but it has really jumped in and made a big splash on the local theater scene. Not only has it offered a wonderful and eclectic lineup of shows; but it regularly sponsors workshops and classes, and shares its gorgeous space with… Read More ›

Eugene O’Neill’s Hughie Is a Surprising Little Gem

Eugene O’Neill (1888-1953), a towering figure in American theater, wrote about 17 of its best known plays, and almost everyone is familiar with some of them, such as Desire Under the Elms, Long Day’s Journey into Night, Ah, Wilderness!, Mourning Becomes Electra, The Iceman Cometh, and Anna Christie. Lesser known are his one-acts, and Hughie… Read More ›

South Stream Productions’ Presentation of Hughie by Eugene O’Neill Is Another Hit at Sonorous Road

In South Stream Productions’ current presentation of Eugene O’Neill’s Hughie, now playing at Sonorous Road Productions in Raleigh, under the direction of Andy Hayworth, Brook North and David Klionsky swap roles for alternating performances. On opening night (May 27th), North played Erie, and Klionsky played The Night Clerk. When the curtain rises, it’s three o’clock… Read More ›

Sonorous Road Productions’ Students Get an A+ for Their Performances in Anne of Green Gables

The students of Sonorous Road Productions deserved every bit of the resounding applause they received for their work on Anne of Green Gables, written and directed by Michelle Murray Wells. The play, adapted from the 1908 novel by Lucy Maud Montgomery, tells the story of 11-year-old orphan Anne Shirley. She has been mistakenly sent to… Read More ›