RLT’s PRIDE AND PREJUDICE Takes Liberties with Austen’s Classic

Read Kim Jackson’s review of the Raleigh Little Theatre production of PRIDE AND PREJUDICE. The show runs through October 2.

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Dark Humor in SORDID LIVES May Appeal Most to Film Fandom

The dark humor and nuance of SORDID LIVES on stage might appeal most to fans of Del Shores’ star-studded cult classic film.

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THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG Proves Good Comedy is No Joke

A technically well-executed and precise Theatre Raleigh production of THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG proves comedy is no laughing matter.

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A Black man sits at sewing machine in the PlayMakers' production of BLUES FOR AN ALABAMA SKY.

BLUES FOR AN ALABAMA SKY Tackles a Checklist of Timely Social Issues

Read Kim Jackson’s Beltline to Broadway review of the PlayMakers’ season-opening production of Pearl Cleage’s play BLUES FOR AN ALABAMA SKY.

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