Meet the cast of NC Stage’s new romantic comedy, Be Here Now.
In celebration of our 20th Anniversary, we are excited to offer this very special NC Stage Fundraising Raffle! A RAFFLE, HUH? WHAT WOULD I WIN?The winner of the raffle (to be drawn May 20th, 2023) will receive the following gifts and experiences: A catered dinner for two by Red Fiddle […]
The Roommate opens tonight at NC Stage with Pay What You Can Night! With a minimum ticket price of $6/ticket, it’s the best bargain out there to see professional theatre in Asheville. Take a look at this fantastic cast then grab your seat! The show runs from October 5 – […]
VIDEO AUDITION SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 5pm Wednesday, July 20 Dates for productions listed in Character Breakdowns below. SEEKING: Video auditions from actors of all races and ethnicities for the 2022-23 Season. These are Actors’ Equity Association required season auditions and Equity members are given priority. North Carolina Stage Company operates on a […]
North Carolina Stage Company’s 20th Season brings a mix of comedies, dramas, and new work all centered around what it means to be human. Themes of love, loss, family, rebirth, revolution, and freedom permeate the first full season back since 2020.
The cast of The Lifespan of a Fact is over a week into rehearsals for this smart comedy about facts, fiction, and everything that lies in between. Can you beat them at their own game? Each cast member provided two truths and one lie about themselves. Read through and see […]
Jeeves Intervenes (our first show of 2022!) opens Wednesday February 2, and we are beyond excited! Are you excited too?? Get your tickets now! Curious who you’ll be seeing up on the stage? Read on to find out and to see a mix of faces both familiar and new! Peter […]
VIDEO AUDITION SUBMISSION DEADLINE: December 14, 2021 Dates for productions listed in Character Breakdowns below. SEEKING: Video auditions from actors of all races and ethnicities for the 2021-22 Season. These are Actors’ Equity Association required season auditions and AEA members are given priority. Non-union actors are welcome to audition. North Carolina […]
It’s that time of year again for the holiday themed listicle. You know, the list/article about the top holiday (fill in the blank) for 2021. It could be The Top 10 Gifts for your (mother, sister, father, brother, son, daughter, spouse, coworker, etc.) The Top 5 Holiday (drinks, meals, desserts, […]
Ever since the producing company of The Word Exchange, Immediate Theatre Project (ITP), moved all their props and costumes from their rehearsal space to the theatre last week, I’ve been eyeing the beautiful sound tables that live upstage. There are bells and chimes, xylophones and phonographs, shoes and gloves, cups […]
Get to know the FOUR actors who play 29 different characters! NCStage has seen several WVL Radio Theatre productions from Immediate Theatre Project come across its stage, and each one asks a lot of its actors. From It’s a Wonderful Life to The Headless Hessian of Sleepy Hollow, we’ve seen […]
Every Mike Wiley performance includes a post-show Q&A where audiences and artist connect on questions about the play and the history. The following are a few of the materials mentioned in the Q&As from the past two weeks: Further Reading: Freedom Riders: 1961 and the Struggle for Racial Justice […]
A Welcome Back Letter from Artistic Director, Charlie Flynn-McIver One of my favorite action movies is Aliens. Not the first one, Alien, which is also great, but the sequel. There is a scene where Ripley (played by Sigourney Weaver) and a band of soldiers have barricaded themselves in the MedLab […]
For those of you who have not already experienced one of his performances, you are in for a charismatic musical and historical treat. NC Stage is proud to welcome Dom Flemons back on October 10th for one night only. Dom Flemons – “Steel Pony Blues” [Official Music Video] Dom Flemons […]
The 1961 Freedom Rides were a series of coordinated, non-violent protests of segregation on public transportation by interracial groups of civil rights acitivists. The movement followed sit-ins against segregated lunch counters conducted by students and youth throughout the South, and boycotts of retail establishments that maintained segregated facilities. The Congress […]