Sept. 21, 2016 08:36
Though I haven’t yet seen Community Theatre of Greensboro’s production, which continues Wednesday through Oct. 2, the Tony Awardwinning musical itself is hilarious and just the right amount of dirty. Set on Avenue Q, a parable of Sesame Street, the show satirizes coming of age....
Sept. 14, 2016 08:29
“Our company functions mainly as a classical theatre company – so our repertoire is made up of plays by great classic writers like Shakespeare, Tennessee Williams, Yukio Mishima, O’Neill, Noel Coward and Stephen Sondhei,” Marcel said....
Sept. 14, 2016 08:28
Next week, the Drama Center of City Arts is offering a full slate of Fall classes starting September 24. There are classes in Acting, Musical Theatre, Set Design, and Stage Combat for ages kindergarten to adult. The cost is $80-$100 for an eight-week session....
Sept. 7, 2016 08:05
After following an untimely mammal literally down the rabbit hole, floating down a river of tears and speaking with a grinning Cheshire Cat, Alice finds herself in a beautiful garden surrounded by the madness of Wonderland....
Aug. 31, 2016 09:52
After exploring women’s rights and advocating for female empowerment, the dynamic and involved Paper Lantern Theatre Company is now delving into the intricacies of family – and family secrets. The theatre, known for its insightful productions, has had a successful season and will continue with a production of Born Bad....
Aug. 24, 2016 08:31
Whether sitting on a couch with Netflix, hiding feelings behind a text message, or stalking friends on Facebook, our culture has some pretty innovative ways to “socialize....
Aug. 17, 2016 08:23
Michael Ackerman appears as Robert, a friend to the philanderer who happens to visit the weekend of the scheduling snafu. “It’s a lot of fun, but also nerve-wracking,” Ackerman said. “Farce is serious business. Things have got to appear to be wildly out of control while, at the same time, the cast is working together in perfect sync....
Aug. 17, 2016 08:23
There are ultimately two major sides to theatre: the house view and the stage view. While one can be calming and relaxing as you sit back and watch the show, the other can be nervewracking yet thrilling as you brave the spotlight and perform. And though both views are entirely different, one thing’s for sure: Both are rewarding and exciting....
Aug. 10, 2016 09:03
With such big names as UNC Greensboro, UNC School of the Arts, Triad Stage and our longest running theatre, Twin City Stage, it’s easy to declare that the Triad is talented. But these big fish aren’t the only ones swimming in our artistic pond. In fact, there’s more than a handful of theatres we should keep our eye on and for good reason....

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