Durham restaurant Parizade prepares for their next cultural wine night, this time taking their scope outside of the typical, showcasing Croatia.
Playmakers is celebrating 100 years of productions in the 2019/2020 season. The repertory company is using this milestone as a way to look back and remember what their roots are and how a century has shaped their stage.
“Bright Star” is the clever assemblage of a heavy-hitting vocal cast, adept use of props and a top-notch Southern score.
“Hopefully the playgoer will be able to have an assessment in the spirit of what Huck Finn once said about Mark Twain: He told the truth mainly, there was things which he stretched, but mainly he told the truth.’”
"Brecht by no means wrote a thriller. And yet, PlayMakers’ rendition hardly felt so dull."
Full of fierce inventive twists and risks, the production leaned well on popular culture.
Galore, a student-led concept store, is showcasing the literary arts through a celebration of spoken word poetry and prose.
Joseph Horowitz's politically rooted cabaret isn't just full of the usual song and dance — and you might just leave feeling empowered after this eccentric show.