March 2019

Good Form

Mar 5, 2019 Raleigh Magazine 0
An evening at the theatre calls for a measure of decorum and your undivided attention. Actors have worked long and hard to create a compelling performance for theatre-goers, and it’s unfortunate when that work is […]
February 2019

Ripples of Heartbreak

Feb 4, 2019 Mandy Howard 0
Raleigh students take a play that deals with a real-life tragedy to a national stage. The subject matter is tough, but Sanderson High School students rise to the occasion. This month, Sanderson’s Honors Theater class […]
October 2018

Creatures of the Night

Oct 15, 2018 Tracy Jones 0
“The Rocky Horror Picture Show” is honoring its onstage roots in a live production at Cary’s Koka Booth Amphitheatre. Outside, under the stars and just before Halloween, audiences can expect to be chilled, thrilled and […]
September 2018

Membership has its Perks

Sep 7, 2018 Caitlin Harrison 0
Season seat memberships are on the rise at venues throughout the Triangle. From the Durham Performing Arts Center (DPAC) to the North Carolina Symphony, patrons are realizing that the perks that come along with buying […]
A Charlie Brown Christmas
November 2017

A Magical Matinee

Nov 20, 2017 Cameron Walker 0
Theatre in the Park presents a sensory-friendly production of A Charlie Brown Christmas There are few things more magical than a family visit to the theater. But it can be difficult to navigate the noise and […]
September 2017

Doing It For The Kids

Sep 1, 2017 Jane Porter 0
How the couple behind C.T. Weekends helped save Community Music School. Kristi Hipple and Dennis Mayfield, the owners of the eclectic Cameron Village boutique C.T. Weekends, exemplify the theory that opposites attract. For one thing, […]
September 2017

Every Ounce a King

Sep 1, 2017 Jane Porter 0
Pairing theater with a pint You don’t have to look hard to see the parallels between King Lear, the confused, aging king of Britain, and today’s unsettled political climate. But for Raleigh’s Honest Pint Theatre […]