Tag: Theatre Raleigh
Theatre Raleigh’s Oh What A Night! has become somewhat of a local tradition. And, this year’s production- one of the first in the area to take place on a live stage since COVID- does not disappoint. Directed and choreographed by Lauren Kennedy Brady, this mash-up of medleys, performed by some of the area’s most promising… Read More ›
If the hustle and bustle of the holidays has you stressed out this year, don’t despair! Theatre Raleigh has concocted a delectable Christmas confection certain to get you into the spirit of the season. Oh What a (Holy) Night! is a delightful evening of top-notch musical performances by a small yet diverse cast of talented… Read More ›
If you are looking for a great way to spend a few hours this weekend, getting your Christmas groove on, then I implore you to head to the cozy Kennedy Theatre at the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts in Raleigh, NC. Theatre Raleigh’s yuletide revue, Oh What a (Holy) Night!, is an absolutely… Read More ›
Theatre Raleigh’s The Scottsboro Boys Is Absolutely Phenomenal, and Its Storytelling Method Is Unique!
Start with a story that needs telling; pick a unique, unexpected method to tell it; recruit a dynamite cast and a first-rate production team; stir; and serve! Theatre Raleigh’s production of The Scottsboro Boys is guaranteed to entertain, to impress, to stimulate, to motivate …. The Story Is One of Tragic Injustice: Nine well-intentioned young… Read More ›
We can hardly heap enough praise on Theatre Raleigh’s production of The Scottsboro Boys, directed and choreographed by Gerry McIntyre. The Scottsboro Boys is a Tony®-nominated 2010 Broadway musical that follows the true-life drama of nine black youths falsely accused of raping two white women in Alabama in 1931. It’s simply an amazing production. Instead… Read More ›