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.
Jim Cavener was very gracious to write a review for FROST/NIXON, which is now playing at NC Stage until Sunday, November 4th. Cavener was a theatre writer for The Asheville Citizen Times for more than 33 plus years. We are pleased to post the reviews that Jim will be writing […]
Well, when the president does it, that means that it is not illegal. Richard Nixon, 1977 interview with David Frost THE POLITICS Richard M. Nixon became the 37th president of the United States in 1969 and easily won re-election in 1974. However, within months of Nixon’s second term, his administration became […]
Review by: Asheville Stages – Bruce Steele & Edwin Arnaudin Edwin Arnaudin is a staff writer for Mountain Xpress in Asheville, North Carolina. He is a member of the Southeastern Film Critics Association (SEFCA) and the North Carolina Film Critics Association (NCFCA). In addition to covering local film releases for Asheville […]
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 […]
The winning ticket number is 351 CONGRATULATIONS Scottie Cannon in Black Mountain, NC!
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]