What drew you to Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Lucky Gretzinger (Nick) “I was originally assigned this play in college years ago, and I remember being increasingly perplexed and intrigued the deeper into the script I got. The characters were so well defined, and the world so fleshed out, […]
SEEKING DANCERS (Wednesday, March 30th) OPEN CALL: for non union and union male and female dancer/singers for the ensemble of Brave New World, a world premier musical based on the novel by Aldous Huxley, at NC Stage. DANCE CALL: Wednesday, March 30th from noon to 6pm and will be held at Ballet Conservatory […]
Jeeves Bertie’s valet and the perfect gentleman’s gentleman.Unflappable, Infallible, and never at a loss for a solution to Bertie’s many difficulties. Bertram Wilberforce Wooster (“Bertie”) Wealthy, carefree bachelor with a talent for getting himself into pickles. Fortune favors fools, however, and she has favored Bertie with Jeeves. Eustace Bassington-Bassington (“Bassy”) An […]
The reviews for Jeeves Intervenes have arrived! Click the links below to read: Asheville Citizen-Times Review by Jim Cavener Mountain Xpress Review by Jeff Messer Carolina Curtain Call by Sandy Staggs
NC Stage is partnering with the Osher Life-Long Learning Institute (OLLI) at UNCA to bring our community members an insider’s look at the production process Join NC Stage artistic director and co-founder Charlie Flynn-McIver as he takes you behind the scenes of the professional productions of NC Stage, Asheville’s downtown […]
Box Office will be closed due to inclement weather on Friday, January 22nd. You may still purchase tickets directly from the website. Click Here for tickets. Stay Warm!
Actor John Hall dons many hats in the arts community of Western North Carolina. In addition to performing in area theatres and appearing as a regular storyteller and vocalist at the Biltmore Estate, Hall teaches sixth grade language arts and social studies at ArtSpace Charter School in Swannanoa, when he […]