Hear what Natasha A. Jackson has to say about making her directorial debut and the personal significance of the North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre production of Pearl Cleage's play Bourbon at the Border.
Theater Review: Emotionally Charged ‘Bourbon at the Border’ Interrogates the Retelling and Rewriting of History
From organizing sit-ins, Freedom Rides, marches, and massive voter registration drives, like the one in Mississippi in 1964, champions of civil rights were often beaten, arrested, and left for dead. So, what was the psychological toll of the Civil Rights Movement on the Emmett Till Generation? That is the central question of Pearl Cleage’s play BOURBON AT THE BORDER, now playing at North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre (NRACT). Read what Lauren Van Hemert has to say about the timely significance of the production.
The holiday season ushers in a sleigh full of traditions, including the requisite shows reflecting uplifting tales of reconciliation. That sweet sentimentality takes center stage with North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre’s (NRACT’s) production of Fruitcakes by Julian Wiles. Read Kim Jackson's review.
Theater Review: NRACT’s Charming Production of ‘Be More Chill’ Fueled by Music, Performances, and Mountain Dew
Even if you don’t frequent the theater, you may have heard of the musical Be More Chill. After playing a limited engagement at the Two River Theater in New Jersey […]