Before the shutdown, Vicki Manser was on tour with BEAUTIFUL UK as the alternate for Carole King. Hear what she has to say to Mike McGee about the status of tours and shows on the West End, SIX, and more.
Features & Interviews
Dana Marks is an actor, singer, director, and teaching artist, as well as the former Managing Director of Little Green Pig. She studied Acting at The American Repertory Theatre/Moscow Art Theatre Institute and has performed across the U.S., and in… Read More ›
This week, our 1 on 1 interviews go global (thanks to Mike McGee). Hear what Grace Mouat (Six, & Juliet) has to say to Mike about her career thus far, working on two new hit musicals on the West End,… Read More ›
Hear what Timothy Locklear has to say to Jesse Gephart about life, career, and what’s next at North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre. Timothy E. Locklear has been the Managing Artistic Director of North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre (NRACT)… Read More ›
As Six superstar Maiya Quansah-Breed sat in front of her webcam Saturday, the Olivier Award-nominated actress looked like any other 22-year-old in a video chat with friends. Quansah-Breed played Catherine Parr in the U.K. tour and Arts Theatre run of… Read More ›
We loved the series “Actor on Actors” and wanted to launch our own RDU on Stage version of it. In this first installment, Jesse Gephart interviews Honest Pint Theatre’s Co-Artistic Director David Henderson. For a complete listing of our virtual… Read More ›
In an effort to keep the public informed, we are maintaining a list of shows and theaters that have been impacted, along with a list of financial resources and relief organizations.
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.
Hear what Natasha A. Jackson has to say about making her directorial debut and the personal significance of the North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre production of Pearl Cleage’s play Bourbon at the Border.