Teaser

September 24, 2013


Video by Jon Haas

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Icing on the Cake

February 11, 2013

 
 

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Find Meeee… Get a cheeeeap ticket…

December 4, 2012

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Found any Lost Deck cards yet? These mysterious items have been appearing all over Durham during the last couple of weeks. We’re not sure what they mean, but if you have any of them in your possession you can use it to get a big ticket discount to Manbites Dog’s Seventy Scenes of Halloween this Wednesday or Thursday. Just $5 a ticket! (Already eligible for the $5 student ticket? Buy one student ticket for $5, get the second ticket free.)

Rules: The Lost Deck $5 tickets are available for the Wednesday and Thursday December 5 and 6 shows only. Available for phone purchase by credit card only, no online or door discount. Limit 2 per customer.

To get a discount ticket:

  • Call Manbites Dog at 919.682.3343.
  • Leave a message indicating you will be using the Lost Deck discount.
  • We will call you back to verify your Lost Deck card and complete your ticket purchase.

Wait, what is The Lost Deck?

Where can I find a card?

What happens if I find all 8?


Going for Brothers

September 25, 2012

Scenes from The Brothers Size
Photos by Alan Dehmer

Jeremy V. Morris, Thaddaeus Edwards, Kashif Powell

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‘The Brothers Size’ – Reviews

September 19, 2012


Photo: Michael McCollough

“Highly recommended”
Manbites Dog Theater’s exemplary production features moving characterizations and striking direction… Enough cannot be said about Kashif Powell’s towering performance as Ogun. The actor digs beneath Ogun’s no-nonsense demeanor to reveal a man who has been hurting for a long time, building to a shattering emotional climax.

– Roy C. Dicks, News & Observer / Full Review

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“Theatrical excellence in a minimalist setting”
What made this incredible theatrical evening even more remarkable was the bare bones stage… a great script and actors who know how to reach your heart and mind are all you need. The Brothers Size could go into a regional theatrical hall of fame.

– Jeffrey Rossman, CVNC.org / Full Review

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“Five Stars”
An amazing script, in terms of character, story, intensity, clarity and inventiveness.

– Kate Dobbs Ariail, Indy Weekly / Full Review

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‘Brothers Size’ Video (This Road Is Rough)

September 10, 2012

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(Or view it here.)

Video by Saleem Reshamwala, KidEthnic.com


The Brothers Size

August 31, 2012

Manbites Dog Theater presents
The Brothers Size
by Tarell Alvin McCraney

Directed by Joseph Megel
North Carolina Premiere
September 13-29, 2012
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