A thermometer, masks, hand sanitizer and a new normal for live theater... that is what audiences can expect from Cape Fear Regional Theatre’s production of LADY DAY AT EMERSON'S BAR AND GRILL. Read the review.
Watching a virtual production is akin to channel surfing and stumbling upon an old black-and-white TV show. Were those shows good? By today’s standards they were campy and frothy, and yet we cut them some slack, memorialize them fondly, and recognize their creators as pioneers. Read Lauren Van Hemert's response to virtual theater.
"Mike Wiley demands the audience be more fully present, witness the story, and at times, even calls upon viewers to participate directly." Read what Kim Jackson has to say about the North Carolina Stage Company production of BLOOD DONE SIGN MY NAME.
Quarantine, nor this pandemic, can seemingly stop the creativity of Triangle theater makers. Here are five ways to support Triangle theaters this week.