We open with the highly personal, extraordinarily informative, and achingly human play What the Constitution Means to Me by Heidi Schreck. Nominated for two Tony Awards and a Pulitzer Prize finalist, this play offers a provocative and often comedic balance of history and eye-opening narrative leading The Washington Post to […]
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.
By Lauren Gunderson Directed by Hans Meyer Inspired by a true story, SILENT SKY explores a woman’s place in society during a time of immense scientific discoveries, when women’s ideas were dismissed until men claimed credit for them. When Henrietta Leavitt, played by Rebecca Morris (RAPTURE BLISTER BURN, LIVE FROM […]
Join us for two special evenings of celebration and extra fun – it’s going to be the Bee’s Knees! Feel like putting on the Ritz? Come and join us for a live theatre experience extraordinaire! Dress in your finest 20’s clothes (if you wish) and be served complimentary hors d’oeurvres and […]
Happy Early Halloween from NC Stage! On Wednesday, October 31st please join us for FROST/NIXON! Any seat in the house is just $10.31 – a scary good savings! FROST/NIXON will run until Sunday, November 4th at 2:00 PM. Reserve your seats here.
Politics meets the press as a smooth, confident, and recently pardoned Richard M. Nixon played by Michael MacCauley’s (ANNAPURNA, ANGELS IN AMERICA, JEEVES) goes head to head with British tele-journalist David Frost, played by Willie Repoley (ALL IS CALM, ANGELS IN AMERICA). Charged with giving Nixon the trial he never had, Frost […]
Congratulations to ticket holder 119! On September 22nd, NC Stage Company announced ticket holder 119 will be going on a wonderful trip to New York City! THIS EXPERIENCE INCLUDES: *Two Tickets to see HAMILTON – Friday, October 26, 2018 at 8:00pm. Center Orchestra, Row B seats 112 & 113. *Two Tickets to […]
We are incredibly thankful to receive such wonderful reviews! Please check Asheville Movie’s review from Bruce Steele. Steele is the Planning Editor for the Asheville Citizen-Times and a movie critic for Asheville Scene. You can read the review below, or check out Asheville Movies webpage here. History is being made at […]
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 […]
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 […]
Directed by NC Stage Artistic Director Charlie Flynn-McIver and featuring Shakespeare’s songs set to original compositions by Julia Christgau, an ensemble of 8 actors brought the romantic comedy of Shakespeare’s AS YOU LIKE IT to over 1,000 audience members in Western North Carolina in locations ranging from correctional facilities to […]
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: https://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 […]
Audition & Headshot Workshop Join NC Stage Artistic Director Charlie Flynn-McIver and local theatre superstar and photographer Scott Treadway for a Saturday morning workshop on auditioning and what-to-know about headshots! Learn what to expect and how to present an actor’s best self throughout the audition process. Workshop is geared towards youth and/or […]