"We, as an organization of volunteers, are so grateful and completely overwhelmed to be recognized," said Lauren Van Hemert, RDU on Stage's founder. "Honestly, 'hero' doesn’t feel quite right because there is so much more work to be done." Read more about the Medal of Arts here.
There are lots of ways to support equity and inclusion on our Triangle stages. One way is to learn about black theater companies in our area, support black and brown artists and theater-makers by showing up to readings, workshops, and productions, or make a donation.
By Lauren Van Hemert In getting to know Angela Baumgardner, it is clear that playing the role of Anna Leonowens in the national tour of The King and I is […]
Between finishing up an online calculus class and playing a young Donna Summer, heaven knows Olivia Elease Hardy is working hard and learning about life on the road. That’s because Hardy, a rising senior at the University of Michigan, is playing Duckling Donna in SUMMER: THE DONNA SUMMER MUSICAL. Read what Hardy had to say to RDU on Stage about life on the road.