Jim Cavener was very gracious to write a review for DAR HE: The Story of Emmett Till, which is now playing at NC Stage until Sunday, September 30th. Cavener was a theatre writer for The Asheville Citizen Times for more than 33 plus years. We are pleased to post the […]
Mike Wiley & The inspiration for Dar He: The Story of Emmett Till “From the very start, I knew I needed to get it right. I needed to present the truth.” – Mike Wiley shines his light on racial violence and injustice through telling the story of Emmett Till. […]
We are excited to announce that our single tickets have gone on sale! Reserve your seats today for this incredible 2018-2019 season: DAR HE: The Story of Emmet Till September 19 – September 30 Frost/Nixon October 10 – November 4 Live From WVL Radio Theatre: It’s a Wonderful […]
WHEN: August 22 & 23, 2018: 11:00am-2:00pm, 3:00pm-7:00pm Dates for productions listed in character breakdown below. WHO: Actors of all ethnicities are welcome to audition for the 2018 – 2019 Season. These are Actors Equity Association required season auditions and AEA members are given priority. Non-union actors are welcome as […]
You are invited! Come and join us on Monday June 25, 2018 at NC Stage to hear about our new 2018-2019 Mainstage Season. Some of NC Stages beloved actors will perform short pieces of each play. You can choose between two viewings, the first one will be at 5:30pm and […]
David Lee Nelson just performed Stages in Charleston, SC and here is what the critics have to say (and much more…): Podcast by Jeanette Guinn for South Carolina Public Radio: Spoleto Backstage: STAGES On this episode of Spoleto Backstage, we chat with David Lee Nelson, writer and star of “Stages.” LISTEN […]
Want to see As You Like It at NC Stage? Learn more. Special thanks to the North Carolina Arts Council for sponsoring NC Stages first Community Tour. Thank you Melon Wedick for going on this journey with us and gathering these great photographs and quotes.
Radio interview with Matt Peiken from Blue Ridge Public Radio: http://bpr.org/post/immediate-theatre-project-willie-repoley-strives-maximum-impact-minimalist-shows Review by Tony Kiss for the Mountain Xpress: https://mountainx.com/arts/theater-review-burden-by-immediate-theatre-project/ Review by Jim Cavener: http://www.ncstage.org/blog/burden-review-jim-cavener/ Article about BURDEN by the Laurel of Asheville: http://thelaurelofasheville.com/arts/performing-arts/nc-stage-company-presents-burden/ PURCHASE TICKETS to see BURDEN.
Jim Cavener was very gracious to write a review for BURDEN, which is now playing at NC Stage. The Asheville Citizen Times will no longer be publishing theatre reviews. We are pleased to post the reviews that Jim will be writing for our productions. On the bottom of the page […]
Jim Cavener was very gracious to write a review for Other Desert Cities which is now playing at NC Stage. Since the Asheville Citizen Times will no longer publish theatre reviews, we will from now on post reviews ourselves. Below you will find a little background information on Jim’s career […]