The workshop production of the Durham playwright's latest runs at Manbites Dog Theater through Saturday, April 1.
We review Little Green Pig's immersive theatrical maze, the subject of our Durham cover story last week, before it finishes its run this weekend.
JoRose and Tamara Kissane star in Tanya Barfield's drama at Manbites Dog Theater.
Both shows are currently running in Raleigh courtesy of Sonorous Road and the Justice Theater Project, respectively.
Charles Sidney Gilpin is the subject of Raleigh playwright Adrienne Earle Pender's N, premiering at Theatre in the Park.
The new Center for the Arts and its Sweet Bee Theater have soft openings in downtown Pittsboro this weekend.
In a coup for Burning Coal Theatre Company, this two-hander comes to Raleigh a month after its Broadway close.
The Delta Boys' five-star production is currently running at Manbites Dog Theater in Durham.
South Stream Productions is currently producing the play at Sonorous Road Theatre in Raleigh.
We explore the closure of the long-running Durham venue and its ill omens for local independent theater.
David Edgar’s historical drama is currently running at Murphey School Auditorium courtesy of Burning Coal.
The second production by Black Ops Theatre Company is currently running at Manbites Dog Theater.
After Orlando, a collection of brief plays about the attack and its victims, receives a free staged reading at PlayMakers.
Nine regional theater companies’ plan to hire more female directors went pear-shaped awfully fast.
The Black Pioneers Project is currently in development in UNC’s Process Series.
The charged family drama is currently running at Manbites Dog Theater.
Skylight runs through October 23 at Burning Coal Theatre Company.
The Trump Card, in a staged reading by Carl Martin, runs at Manbites Dog Theater up to election day.
Sufi art from around the globe wends through CPA’s 2015-16 season, including The Hour of Feeling this week.
“I remember one of our neighbors in the mall, who ran the children’s store, saying, ‘Endgame? That’s not really mall entertainment.’”