The musical is an onslaught of rhythm and dance and colorful outfits, all surging together at once. There’s rarely a moment to catch your breath.
TheatreSquared’s telling of Miss Bennet runs through Dec. 30 at Nadine Baum Studios in Fayetteville.
If you want to be awed by the precocious talent of a kid’s rock band, the Walton Arts Center would like to take you to school.
It’s a different kind of play than its immediate predecessor on the T2 stage. But an important one nonetheless, and one that helps us examines new stories.
At its core, Once is about the people in life you meet only in passing but still have a profound impact on you.
The capacity crowd for Tuesday’s opening night performance at the WAC devoured it, and with good reason. There are some really wonderful moments.
The show began Wednesday (April 25) at Nadine Baum Studios in Fayetteville and continues through May 27.
What do you really know about who made your favorite album, and how difficult the process of creating art can be?
We need to embrace when local stories are globalized and told well in the process, and that’s something we can all celebrate in Vietgone.
“Audience members watching the show’s Fayetteville debut went to a ballet, and a musical broke out.”
The Humans is a dense, slice-of-life look at the troubling realities of being human. It’s at times viciously funny, and at other times just plain vicious in the way the family members treat each other.
Finding Neverland would like you to stop growing up for a few hours, and stop worrying about adulthood. Two hours of not worrying about life is the kind of magic I believe in, and the kind you should, too.
The radio play version is a tidy telling of the Christmastime tale. It’s a story that everyone loves.
As Nina Simone’s star reignites, we learn her message, which still resonates more than 55 years later.
As often as things repeat themselves, there is always change afoot.