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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A Black woman wearing a floral dress and scarf sits while a Black man looks at her.

Award-winning Director Returns to Chapel Hill to Direct PlayMakers’ Season Opener

Hear what Valerie Curtis-Newton has to say about the future of Black theater, working post-COVID, and returning to PlayMakers to direct BLUES FOR AN ALABAMA SKY.

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PlayMakers’ Resurrects the Woolly Mammoth (and Other Creatures) for its Riotous Return to Live Theater

Read Kim Jackson’s review of the PlayMakers’ production of THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH.

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Live Chat with Mike Wiley (BREACH OF PEACE)

Mike Wiley has two plays opening this month: Breach of Peace and the PlayMakers’ production of Blood Done Sign My Name. Hear what he has to say about performing both during this historic moment.

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