Theater Week – Bon Souvenir

April 2, 2019

 

A listing of Triangle theater performances
through April 8, 2019

 
OPENING:

Bad Roads – Duke Theater Studies presents Ukranian playwright Natal’ya Vorozhbit’s 2017 documentary drama about the current conflict between Ukraine and pro-Russian separatists, and the collateral damage it inflicts on women. Directed by Jody McAuliffe. This week: Thursday-Saturday 8:00, Sunday 2:00. Continues through April 14. Sheafer Theater, Bryan Center, Duke West Campus, Durham.
theaterstudies.duke.edu

* Boston Marriage – Meredith Ensemble Theatre presents David Mamet’s 1999 play about two early 20th century women in a discreet relationship. Directed by Tamara Farias. This week only: Wednesday-Friday 7:30, Saturday 2:00 and 7:30, Sunday 2:00. Studio Theatre, Jones Hall, Meredith College Campus, Raleigh.
meredith.edu

How I Learned To Drive – A woman recalls her relationship as a child and a young woman with her sexually abusive uncle. Lee Sunday Evans directs Paula Vogel’s 1997 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama. Presented by PlayMakers Rep. This week: Wednesday-Saturday 7:30, Sunday 2:00. Continues through April 21. Paul Green Theatre, CDA, UNC Campus, Chapel Hill.
playmakersrep.org

* Mamma Mia! – Here we go again, again. Hot on the heels of the February touring production at Memorial Auditorium in Raleigh, UNC’s Pauper Players present their take on the 1999 ABBA jukebox musical. This week only: Thursday and Friday 7:30, Saturday and Sunday 2:00 and 7:30. The ArtsCenter, Carrboro.
artscenterlive.org

Real Women Have Curves – Justice Theater Project presents a staged reading of Josefina Lopez’s 1990 play about five Mexican-American women working in a small east Los Angeles sewing factory. Directed by Gustavo Schmidt. This week: Friday 7:30, Saturday 2:00 and 7:30, Sunday 3:30. Umstead Park UCC, 8208 Brownleigh Drive, Raleigh. (Continues with a 6:30 reading Sunday April 14 at Herb Brown Community Center, 101 Wilkinson Ave, Cary.)
thejusticetheaterproject.org

The Royal Family – A feuding and fussing theatrical family (based on the Barrymores) have farcical misadventures in George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber’s 92-year-old comedy. Directed by John McIlwee and Rachel Klem. This week: Thursday-Saturday 7:30, Sunday 2:00. Continues through April 14. Titmus Theatre, Thompson Hall, NCSU Campus, Raleigh.
theatre.arts.ncsu.edu

* Wiesenthal – A 2011 solo show about the renowned Nazi-hunter, written and performed by Tom Dugan. Directed by Jenny Sullivan. One night only: Tuesday 7:30. Fletcher Theater, DECPA, Raleigh.
dukeenergycenterraleigh.com
 

ONGOING:

* Deathtrap – Stageworks Theatre presents Ira Levin’s 1978 stage mystery. This week: Thursday-Saturday 7:30. Closes Saturday. Fuquay Varina Arts Center, 123 E. Vance Street, Fuquay-Varina.
fuquay-varina.org

Emilie La Marquise Du Chatelet Defends Her Life Tonight – The French natural philosopher, mathematician, physicist, and author explains herself in Lauren Gunderson’s funny and fascinating 2010 bio-play. Presented by Sonorous Road Repertory, directed by Egla Hassan. (Note: AWC.) This week: Friday and Saturday 8:00, Sunday 3:00, Monday 8:00. Continues through April 14. Sonorous Road, 3801 Hillsborough St, Raleigh.
sonorousroadrep.org

* In a Word – When their child goes missing, a young couple find themselves in an absurdist nightmare. Jules Odendahl-James directs Lauren Yee’s 2015 dark comedy for Bulldog Ensemble Theater. This week: Thursday 7:30, Friday and Saturday 8:00, Sunday 2:00. Closes Sunday. The Fruit, 305 South Dillard Street, Durham.
bulldogdurham.org

* Where Words Once Were – Theatre Raleigh’s Family Series presents Finegan Kruckemeyer’s 2015 fable about a dystopia where words are rationed. Directed by Noah Putterman. Recommended for ages 9 and up. This week: Friday 7:00, Saturday 11:00 and 2:00, Sunday 2:00. Closes Sunday. Kennedy Theatre, DECPA, Raleigh.
theatreraleigh.com
 

* – Closes this week

Please contact us with any corrections or omissions. For a more complete listing of area events, we recommend the arts calendar at CVNC.org. For updates on area auditions, we recommend the Triangle Auditions group on Facebook. For a listing of what else area theaters have in store this season, click on the Triangle Season Schedules tab at the top of the page.

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Theater Week – Light and Shadow

February 5, 2019

 

ADA/AVA – Manual Cinema.

A listing of Triangle theater performances
through February 11, 2019

 

OPENING:

* ADA/AVA – Two elderly sisters share a quiet life as lighthouse keepers. When one dies, the other embarks on a surreal quest to find her sister and herself. Chicago-based shadow puppetry company Manual Cinema begins its Duke Performances residency with two presentations of their 2013 work. This week only: Friday and Saturday 8:00, Reynolds Theater, Bryan Center, Duke West Campus, Durham.
• Related event: Duke Theater Studies chair and puppet artist Torry Bend sits down with members of Manual Cinema, along with Donovan Zimmerman (Co-founder and Director, Paperhand Puppet Intervention); and Lisa Sturz (Founder and Artistic Director, Red Herring Puppets) for a wide-ranging conversation on the state of puppetry. Free. Friday 12:00 noon, The Pinhook, 117 W Main Street, Durham.
dukeperformances.duke.edu

A Life in the Theatre – Theatre in the Park presents David Mamet’s 1977 play chronicling the relationship between two actors over the course of various productions. Director not listed. This week: Friday and Saturday 7:30, Sunday 3:00. Continues through February 24. TIP, Raleigh.
theatreinthepark.com

I Never Saw Another Butterfly – Judy Dove directs Celeste Raspanti’s stage adaptation of the book about drawings and poems created by Jewish children in the Terezin Concentration Camp during World War II. Presented by Forest Moon Theater. This week: This week: Friday and Saturday 7:30, Sunday 3:00. Continues through February 17. Renaissance Centre, 405 S Brooks Street, Wake Forest.
forestmoontheater.org

Men on Boats – In 1869, ten daring men led by adventurer John Wesley Powell embark on a possibly suicidal expedition down the Colorado River to explore the unknown depths of the Grand Canyon. Jaclyn Backhaus’ 2015 comic drama retells that story of performative masculinity from a new perspective as noted in the playwright’s casting instructions: “The characters in Men On Boats were historically cisgender white males. The cast should be made up entirely of people who are not.” Directed by Jules Odendahl-James. Presented by Justice Theater Project. This week: Friday and Saturday 7:30, Sunday 3:30. Continues through February 24. Umstead Park UCC, 8208 Brownleigh Drive, Raleigh.
thejusticetheaterproject.org
 

ONGOING:

* Ashe in Johannesburg – “Athletes, especially black athletes, must use every resource at their command to right things that are wrong.” In 1973, African American tennis star Arthur Ashe travels to South Africa and confronts its apartheid policies. World premiere of a new play by Hannah Benitez, commissioned and produced by Burning Coal Theatre. Directed by Jerome Davis. This week: Thursday-Saturday 7:30, Sunday 2:00. Closes Sunday. Burning Coal, Murphey School, 224 Polk Street, Raleigh.
burningcoaltheatre.org

* The Herd – A woman arranges a family gathering for the 21st birthday of her severely disabled son, but things don’t go as planned. David Henderson directs Rory Kinnear’s 2013 dark comedy for Honest Pint Theatre. This week: Friday and Saturday 8:00, Sunday 3:00. Closes Sunday. NRACT, 7713-51 Lead Mine Road, Raleigh.
honestpinttheatre.org

* Jump – Two grieving strangers meet on a bridge discover the magic of hope. Charly Evon Simpson’s whimsical new play is presented by PlayMakers Rep as part of National New Play Network’s Rolling World Premiere. Directed by Whitney White. This week: Tuesday-Saturday 7:30, Sunday 2:00. Closes Sunday. Paul Green Theatre, CDA, UNC Campus, Chapel Hill.
playmakersrep.org

* The Talk – In a divided America, an African American father has a difficult conversation with his son. Written and performed by Sonny Kelly. Directed by Joseph Megel. Presented by StreetSigns and Bulldog Ensemble Theater. This week: Thursday 7:30, Friday and Saturday 8:00, Sunday 2:00. Closes Sunday at The Fruit, 305 South Dillard Street, Durham. (Continues February 14-17 at Historic PlayMakers Theatre, 122 East Cameron Avenue, UNC, Chapel Hill.)
piedmontperformancefactory.org

ALTERNATIVE PERFORMANCE:

* No Shame Theatre – Monthly open performance venue for original, short form theater and performance. One night only: Saturday 8:00 (sign-up to perform: 7:00). The ArtsCenter, Carrboro.
artscenterlive.org
 

* – Closes this week

Please contact us with any corrections or omissions. For a more complete listing of area events, we recommend the arts calendar at CVNC.org. For updates on area auditions, we recommend the Triangle Auditions group on Facebook. For a listing of what else area theaters have in store this season, click on the Triangle Season Schedules tab at the top of the page.


Theater Week – Yum!

July 23, 2012


Yum (M Series). Photo: Ed Hunt

A listing of Triangle theater performances
through July 30, 2012

For a listing of what else area theaters have in store this season,
click on the Triangle Season Schedules tab at the top of the page.

OPENING:
Dames at Sea – Second local production in less than a month for this 1966 pastiche of 1930′s Busby Berkeley movie musicals, this time presented by Orange Community Players. This week only: Thursday-Saturday 8:00, Sunday 2:00. Orange High School, Hillsborough.
ocpnc.com

Hairspray – John Waters opines on the state of racial relations in early 1960’s America as one of his least depraved movies is transformed into a wholesome and uplifting stage musical. Presented by Clayton Youth Theatre. This week: Friday and Saturday 7:30. Continues through August 4. The Clayton Center, Clayton.
claytonyouththeater.com

Race – Another voice heard from. David Mamet opines on the current state of American racial relations, in this satire set in a multi-racial law firm. Presented by Hot Summer Nights at the Kennedy and Theatre Raleigh. Neither director nor cast listed on the website, but presumably there are some talented folks involved. This week: Wednesday-Saturday 8:00, Sunday 3:00. Continues through August 6. Kennedy Theater, PEC, Raleigh.
hotsummernightsatthekennedy.org

ONGOING:
Durang, Durang – An evening of short comedies by the eponymous Christopher, Christopher. Presented by Bare Theatre. Directed by Olivia Griego. This week: Thursday-Saturday 8:00, Sunday 2:00. Closes Sunday. Common Ground Theatre, Durham.
baretheatre.org

AUDITIONS:
Torry Bend is still looking for talented puppeteers or actor/dancers with interest in puppeteering, for a fall remount and potential 2013 tour of her show, The Paper Hat Game. Performers must be able to travel. For more information, or to schedule an audition, contact her at torrybend at gmail.com or by phone: 510-414-2944.

Please contact us with any corrections or omissions.
For a more complete listing of area events,
we recommend the arts calendar at Indyweek.com.


Weekend Theater – The blackbird whistling or just after

June 15, 2010


Alessandra Colaianni and Jay O’Berski in Blackbird. Photo: Michael O’Foghludha

A listing of Triangle theater performances
for the weekend of June 16-20, 2010, and beyond

OPENING:
Blackbird – Two people share secrets of guilt, memory, and desire, in the regional premiere of David Harrower’s drama. This weekend: Thursday-Saturday 8:15, Sunday 3:15. Continues through June 26. Manbites Dog Theater, Durham.
manbitesdogtheater.org

Spider’s Web – Nefarious deeds at Copplestone Court in a 1954 comic mystery by Agatha Christie. University Theatre’s TheatreFest continues its month-long festival of three Agatha Christie plays. This weekend Thursday and Friday 8:00, Sunday 3:00. Continues through June 27.
ncsu.edu/theatre

Valparaiso – Don DeLillo’s dark comedy, presented by FATE (Free Association Theatre Ensemble. This weekend: Friday and Saturday 8:00. Continues through July 3. Common Ground Theatre, Durham.
cgtheatre.com

ONGOING:
Barefoot in the Park – Hot Summer Nights at the Kennedy presents the 1963 Neil Simon comedy. This weekend: Wednesday-Saturday 8:00, Sunday 3:00. Closes Sunday. Kennedy Theatre, Progress Energy Center, Raleigh.
hotsummernightsatthekennedy.org

Dancing at Lughnasa – Brian Friel’s drama about a man remembering his childhood in a 1930’s Irish town. Presented by the Justice Theater Project. This weekend: Friday and Saturday 8:00, Sunday 2:00. Continues through June 27. Cardinal Gibbons High School, Raleigh.
thejusticetheaterproject.org

The Light in the Piazza – Craig Lucas and Adam Guettel’s musical adaptation of Elizabeth Spencer’s novella about a mother and daughter from North Carolina vacationing in Italy in the 1950’s. This weekend: Thursday-Saturday 8:00, Sunday 3:00. Continues through June 27. Raleigh Little Theatre.
raleighlittletheatre.org

Murder on the Nile – Mysterious goings-on aboard an Egyptian pleasure cruise! It’s directed by John McElwee, so expect some stunning period costumes. University Theatre’s TheatreFest continues its month-long festival of three Agatha Christie plays. This weekend: Thursday and Saturday 8:00. Closes Saturday. Titmus Theatre at Thompson Hall, NCSU Campus, Raleigh.
ncsu.edu/theatre

November – Ira David Wood III stars in David Mamet’s Presidential comedy. This weekend: Thursday-Saturday 8:00, Saturday and Sunday 3:00. Closes Sunday. Theatre in the Park, Raleigh.
theatreinthepark.com

AUDITIONS:
Burning Coal Theatre Company holds auditions for its 2010-2011 season. Saturday 10:00-6:00. Burning Coal Theatre, Raleigh.
burningcoal.org

Please contact us with any corrections or additions.
For a more complete listing of area theater,
we recommend the arts calendar at Indyweek.com.


Weekend Theater – La Belle et la Bête

June 9, 2010

A listing of Triangle theater performances
for the weekend of June 9-13, 2010, and beyond

OPENING:
Barefoot in the Park – Hot Summer Nights at the Kennedy presents the 1963 Neil Simon comedy. This weekend: Wednesday-Saturday 8:00, Sunday 3:00. Continues through June 20. Kennedy Theatre, Progress Energy Center, Raleigh.
hotsummernightsatthekennedy.org

City of Medicine – Who will live? Who will die? It’s the season finale of Transactors’ completely improvised serial medical drama. One show only: Friday 8:00. Common Ground Theatre, Durham.
cgtheatre.com

Dancing at Lughnasa – Brian Friel’s drama about a man remembering his childhood in a 1930’s Irish town. Presented by the Justice Theater Project. This weekend: Friday and Saturday 8:00, Sunday 2:00. Continues through June 27. Cardinal Gibbons High School, Raleigh.
thejusticetheaterproject.org

A Different Moon – In the early 1950’s, three women must deal with a crisis in a small Arkansas town. Ghost & Spice’s Intern Showcase presents the play by Ara Watson. This weekend only: Thursday 8:00, Saturday 2:00 and 8:00, and Sunday 2:00. Common Ground Theatre, Durham.
cgtheatre.com

November – Ira David Wood III stars in David Mamet’s Presidential comedy. This weekend: Friday and Saturday 8:00, Sunday 3:00. Continues through June 20. Theatre in the Park, Raleigh.
theatreinthepark.com

ONGOING:
Disney’s Beauty and the Beast – Touring stage musical adaptation of the Disney film. Wednesday and Thursday 7:30, Friday 8:00, Saturday 2:00 and 8:00, Sunday 1:00 and 6:30. Closes Sunday. Durham Performing Arts Center.
dpacnc.com

The Light in the Piazza – Craig Lucas and Adam Guettel’s musical adaptation of Elizabeth Spencer’s novella about a mother and daughter from North Carolina vacationing in Italy in the 1950’s. This weekend: Thursday-Saturday 8:00, Sunday 3:00. Continues through June 27. Raleigh Little Theatre.
raleighlittletheatre.org

A Murder Is Announced – Murder is afoot in a deceptively quiet English village. Rachel Klem directs a Miss Marple mystery, in University Theatre’s TheatreFest, a month-long festival of three Agatha Christie plays. This weekend: Wednesday and Friday 8:00. Closes Friday. Titmus Theatre at Thompson Hall, NCSU Campus, Raleigh.
ncsu.edu/theatre

Murder on the Nile – Mysterious going-on aboard an Egyptian pleasure cruise! It’s directed by John McElwee, so expect some stunning period costumes. University Theatre’s TheatreFest continues its month-long festival of three Agatha Christie plays. Thursday and Saturday 8:00, Sunday 3:00. Continues through June 19. Titmus Theatre at Thompson Hall, NCSU Campus, Raleigh.
ncsu.edu/theatre

AUDITIONS:
Broadway Under the Stars and Wilmington City Stage will hold Raleigh auditions for the July production of Rent. Sunday morning 10:00, Fletcher Opera Theater, Progress Energy Center, Raleigh.
progressenergycenter.com

Please contact us with any corrections or additions.
For a more complete listing of area theater,
we recommend the arts calendar at Indyweek.com.


Weekend Theater – Something wicked this way comes

April 21, 2010


Elphaba in Wicked (artist’s rendering)

A listing of Triangle theater performances
for the weekend of April 21 – April 25, 2010, and beyond

OPENING:
Wicked – It’s a revisionist history of the Land of Oz. On Wednesday the blockbuster musical drops its house on Durhamland for an extended stay. This weekend: Wednesday 7:30, Thursday 2:00 and 7:30, Friday 8:00, Saturday 2:00 and 8:00, Sunday 1:00 and 6:30, Tuesday 7:00. Continues through May 16. Durham Performing Arts Center.
www.dpacnc.com

ONGOING:
Boston Marriage – Ghost & Spice presents David Mamet’s wicked comedy, directed by Jay O’Berski. This weekend: Thursday-Saturday 8:00, Sunday 2:00. Continues through May 1. Common Ground Theatre, Durham.
www.cgtheatre.com

Gee’s Bend – A rural African American uses quilting to find their place in the world. Presented by Burning Coal in repertory with Southeastern Center for Contemporary Arts. This weekend: Thursday and Saturday 7:30. Continues through May 2. Meymandi Theatre at the Murphey School, Raleigh.
www.burningcoal.org

The Importance of Being Earnest – Oscar Wilde comedy performed by The Towne Players of Garner. Thursday-Saturday 8:00, Sunday 2:00. Closes Sunday. Garner Auditorium, Garner.
www.towneplayers.org

Macbeth – NC State’s University Theatre presents the Shakespeare drama, co-directed by Rachel Klem and Dana Marks. This weekend: Wednesday-Saturday 8:00, Sunday 3:00. Closes Sunday. Thompson Hall, NCSU Campus, Raleigh.
www.ncsu.edu

Oldest Living Confederate Widow: Her Confession – 99-year-old Lucy Marsden recounts her scandalous life story in this stage adaptation of the Allan Gurganus novel. This weekend: Thursday-Saturday 8:15, Sunday 3:15. Continues through May 1. Manbites Dog Theater, Durham.
www.manbitesdogtheater.org

Southeastern Center for Contemporary Arts – Burning Coal presents the world premiere of the comedy by Winston-Salem playwright Angus MacLachlan, about an artist trying to escape a love triangle. Presented in repertory with Gee’s Bend. This weekend: Friday 7:30, Sunday 2:00. Continues through May 1. Meymandi Theatre at the Murphey School, Raleigh.
www.burningcoal.org

Our Town – Thornton Wilder’s deceptively simple drama depicts the citizens of a small New England town in the early part of last century. Presented by Raleigh Little Theatre. This weekend: Thursday-Saturday 8:00, Sunday 3:00. Closes Sunday. Raleigh Little Theatre.
raleighlittletheatre.org

AUDITIONS:
Manbites Dog Theater – General auditions for area actors, several local companies will be represented. Auditions by appointment only. Saturday April 24. Manbites Dog Theater, Durham.
www.manbitesdogtheater.org

For a more complete listing of area theater,
we recommend the arts calendar at Indyweek.com.


Weekend Theater – By the pricking of my thumbs…

April 14, 2010


Macbeth – NCSU’s University Theatre

A sampling of Triangle theater performances
for the weekend of April 14 – April 18, 2010, and beyond

OPENING:
Ain’t Got Long to Stay Here – Barry Scott’s one-man play based on the life of Dr. Martin Luther King. One performance: Saturday 7:30. Holly Springs Cultural Center.
www.hollyspringsnc.us

Boston Marriage – Ghost & Spice presents David Mamet’s wicked comedy, directed by Jay O’Berski. This weekend: Friday and Saturday 8:00. Continues through May 1. Common Ground Theatre, Durham.
www.cgtheatre.com

The Crawdad’s Conundrum – Paperhand Puppet Intervention presents their family fun show, followed by an Earth Day Parade. Saturday 2:00. FREE – bring an item of non-perishable food to donate. Southern Village Green, Chapel Hill.
www.southernvillage.com

The Fairest – A modern, grown-up reimagining of the Snow White story. Staged reading of the Debra Kaufman play. One performance: Saturday 8:00. The ArtsCenter, Carrboro.
www.artscenterlive.org

Gee’s Bend – A rural African American uses quilting to find their place in the world. Presented by Burning Coal in repertory with Southeastern Center for Contemporary Arts. This weekend: Friday 8:00, Sunday 2:00. Continues through May 2. Meymandi Theatre at the Murphey School, Raleigh.
www.burningcoal.org

The Importance of Being Earnest – Oscar Wilde comedy performed by The Towne Players of Garner. Friday-Saturday 8:00. Continues through April 24. Garner Auditorium, Garner.
www.towneplayers.org

Love and Robots – Encore presentation of the epic robot love story. Friday and Saturday 8:00, Sunday 3:00 and 8:00. Paperhand Studio, Saxapahaw.
www.paperhand.org

Macbeth – NC State’s University Theatre presents the Shakespeare drama, co-directed by Rachel Klem and Dana Marks. This weekend: Wednesday-Saturday 8:00, Sunday 3:00. Continues through April 25. Thompson Hall, NCSU Campus, Raleigh.
www.ncsu.edu

Oldest Living Confederate Widow: Her Confession – 99-year-old Lucy Marsden recounts her scandalous life story in this stage adaptation of the Allan Gurganus novel. This weekend: Thursday-Saturday 8:15, Sunday 3:15. Continues through May 1. Manbites Dog Theater, Durham.
www.manbitesdogtheater.org

Phedre’s Blues – Adaptation of the Greek tragedy, featuring the music of North Carolina bluesman Lightnin’ Wells. This weekend: Friday-Saturday 8:00. Gerrard Hall, UNC Campus, Chapel Hill.
eda.unc.edu

Southeastern Center for Contemporary Arts – Burning Coal presents the world premiere of the comedy by Winston-Salem playwright Angus MacLachlan, about an artist trying to escape a love triangle. Presented in repertory with Gee’s Bend. This weekend: Thursday and Saturday 7:30. Continues through May 1. Meymandi Theatre at the Murphey School, Raleigh.
www.burningcoal.org

Working – Central Carolina Community College presents the Studs Terkel musical. This weekend only: Wednesday-Thursday 7:00, Friday-Saturday 8:00, Sunday 2:00 and 7:00.
www.cccc.edu

ONGOING:
Cinderella – NC Theatre presents Rodgers & Hammerstein’s 1957 written-for-television musical fairy tale. This weekend: Wednesday-Friday 8:00, Saturday 2L00 and 8:00, Sunday 2:00 and 7:00. Closes Sunday. Memorial Auditorium, Raleigh.
nctheatre.com

Doubt: A Parable – Uncertainty principal: A Catholic School in 1964 is the setting for a battle of wills between the parish priest and Sister Aloysius, the school’s principal. Theatre in the Park presents the 2004 John Patrick Shanley drama. This weekend: Thursday-Saturday 8:00, Sunday 3:00. Closes Sunday. Theatre in the Park, Raleigh.
www.theatreinthepark.com

How I Learned To Drive – Meredith Ensemble Theatre presents Paula Vogel’s 1998 play about a woman remembering a childhood relationship with her uncle. This weekend: Wednesday-Saturday 8:00, Sunday 3:00. Closes Sunday. Studio Theatre, Meredith College, Raleigh.
www.meredith.edu

The Miser – Joseph Megel directs a new adaptation of the Molière comedy for Duke Theater Studies. This weekend: Thursday-Saturday 8:00, Sunday 2:00. Closes Sunday. Sheafer Theater in the Bryan Center, Duke West Campus, Durham.
theaterstudies.duke.edu

Our Town – Thornton Wilder’s deceptively simple drama depicts the citizens of a small New England town in the early part of last century. Presented by Raleigh Little Theatre. This weekend: Thursday-Saturday 8:00, Sunday 3:00. Continues through April 25. Raleigh Little Theatre.
raleighlittletheatre.org

Rent – Duke’s Hoof ‘n’ Horn presents Jonathan Larson’s 1996 musical. This weekend: Thursday-Friday 8:00, Saturday 2:00 and 8:00, Sunday 3:00. Encore performances May 14-15. Reynolds Theater in the Bryan Center, Duke West Campus, Durham.
rentatduke.com

Theater 2010: New Plays Festival – Student-written and directed plays. Monday April 19, 7:00. Free admission. Brody Theater, Duke East Campus, Durham.
theaterstudies.duke.edu

AUDITIONS:
The ArtsCenter Audition Day – Tryouts for 10 by 10 Festival in the Triangle, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, and Charlie & the Chocolate Factory. Saturday afternoon. The ArtsCenter, Carrboro.
www.artscenterlive.org

Bye Bye Birdie – The Orange County Players holds auditions for the teen idol musical. Monday-Wednesday 6:00. Hillsborough Exchange Club, Hillsborough.
www.ocpnc.com

The Nutcracker – Looking for teenagers who can sing, dance, and act. Friday 7:00, Saturday 1:00. Walltown Children’s Theatre, Durham.
www.walltownchildrenstheatre.org

Twelfth Night, or What You Will – Auditions for Koka Booth Amphitheatre’s August outdoor production. Monday and Tuesday 6:30. Booth Amphitheatre, Cary.
boothamphitheatre.com

For a more complete listing of area theater,
we recommend the arts calendar at Indyweek.com.


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