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.
Hear what Playwright/Performer Deb Margolin has to say about her work INALIENABLE RIGHTS, collaborating in a time of COVID, and the evolution of women's theater.
While not the traditional way of viewing live theater, the RLT production quality of SHE KILLS MONSTERS is well done with beautiful costumes, lighting, and most impressive of all, animations and graphics. Read what 13-year-old Sarah Bock has to say about the production.
Hear what Raleigh Little Theatre's new Executive Director Heather Strickland has to say to @rduonstage about her history with RLT, the resiliency of artists, and what is next.
Walter Lee Younger hopes to use his father’s life-insurance money to open a liquor store with two partners. His mother, with the support of Walter’s pragmatic wife, Ruth, and independent […]