Arts NC's Nate McGaha breaks down the latest on the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant rollout, state and local funding, and more.
Hear what Barbara Kaynan (Therapist), Jesse Bonnell (Director), and Limor Schwartz (Raleigh-Cary Jewish Family Services) have to say about the importance of remembering the Holocaust.
The Women's Theatre Festival's 'Othello' revolutionizes theater. Read Andrea Black's review.
Read Denver Ellis' Beltline to Broadway review of the film Where Can I Go?, co-produced by Raleigh-Cary Jewish Family Services in partnership with The Justice Theater Project.
Hear what Joseph Corella has to say about dance, self-care, and more.
Hear what Blake Rouse, one of the TikTok creators behind the Ratatouille Musical, has to say about making his Broadway debut.
Hear what Producing Artistic Director Eric Woodall has to say about pivoting amidst this pandemic, Broadway, equity, and what is next for NCT.
Hear what THE MARVELOUS MRS. MAISEL's Marin Hinkle has to say about fashion, friendship, and more.
Ashlee Latimer nurtured THE LIGHTNING THIEF's fan base on social media for almost three years as Mx. Thief. Hear what she has to say to Lauren about the power of community.
Hear what Mike Anthony has to say about his experiences at HAMILTON and just how transformative theater can be.
A candid conversation with Darkness Rising Founder and Executive Director Carlita Victoria about destigmatizing depression, anxiety, and PTSD.
North Carolina native and multihyphenate Robert Hartwell (HELLO DOLLY, MEMPHIS) talks about homecomings, history, and resilience.
TORN was launched in June 2020 by Beltline to Broadway (then RDU on Stage) and Juan Isler to address equity, diversity, and inclusion issues within the Triangle theater community. Every other week, a diverse panel discusses issues on race in an effort to nurture, engage, and educate.
TORN (Theater on Racist Negativity) was launched in June 2020 by RDU on Stage and Juan Isler to address equity, diversity, and inclusion issues within the Triangle theater community. Juan Isler moderates.
Juan Isler moderates a diverse panel about equity, diversity, and inclusion issues within the Triangle theater community
Every other week, a diverse panel discusses issues on race in an effort to nurture, engage, and educate. Juan Isler moderates.
Is the big game just not your thing? Here are some of RDU on Stage's theater picks for this weekend.
Burning Coal's series ushers in Black History Month and speaks to the ebb and flow of a nation divided.
Hear what Brian Westbrook has to say to RDU on Stage about addiction, recovery, and the power of storytelling.
Hear what Tammy Matthews (Pittsboro Youth Theater Ensemble) has to say about pivoting during a pandemic and the evolution of theater for young audiences.
Hear what Mike Anthony (LIFE AT HAMILTON) has to say to RDU on Stage about the power of HAMILTON (and theater).
Ep. 86: Stage Combat and Fight Choreography Explained by Jeff A.R. Jones, Heather Strickland, and Tara Nicole Williams
A candid conversation about fight choreography with Jeff A.R. Jones, Heather Strickland, and Tara Nicole Williams.
Live chat with singer, model, activist, businessman, Orlando Parker Jr.
Read Lauren Van Hemert's review of BREACH OF PEACE (presented by RLT).