Wednesday, April 24: Pay What You Wish Night Choose your own price on a sliding scale of $6-$20 for this preview performance. NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE Thursday, April 25: Preshow Hors d’Oeuvres Arrive early to this preview performance to enjoy complimentary hors d’oeuvres catered by Greenlife/WholeFoods. Friday, April 26: $1 Beer […]
Written by: Marie Jones Directed by: Neela Muñoz The drama is set in a rural town in County Kerry, Ireland, that is overrun by a Hollywood film crew. The play centers around two friends, Charlie Conlon (played by Scott Treadway) and Jake Quinn (played by Charlie Flynn-McIver), employed as extras on the […]
“…surprisingly funny, an edge that neither the title nor the material suggests, and pretty much always in a manner that compliments and elevates the rich interpersonal drama at hand.” – Edwin Arnaudin Click here to read more from Bruce Steele and Edwin Arnaudin’s review in Asheville Stages! Silent Sky […]
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Jim Cavener was very gracious to write a review for Jeeves At Sea, which is now playing at NC Stage until Sunday, February 24th. 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 […]
“It’s out of this middle door that one of the familiar characters from Wodehouse’s tales about flighty aristocrat Bertie Wooster and his unflappable valet Jeeves arrives and sets off this show’s madcap series of misunderstandings and manic panics…” To read the rest of Asheville Stages review of Jeeves At Sea, click […]
The amazing cast of Jeeves At Sea sat down at UNCA’s OLLI to share their stories. In the audio clip below, the actors recall the first time they were on stage and what makes them continue to share their gifts with audiences night after night. Want to know when we […]
Check out this video to see what what shenanigans Jeeves, Bertie and the crew have been up to during this last week of rehearsals! Jeeves At Sea opens Wednesday, January 23rd at 7:30 PM! As always, we are happy to announce our opening week specials: First Wednesday January 23, 2018: […]
While the actors are in the rehearsal studio, costume designer Victoria Depew, set designer Julie K. Ross and props designer Ken Horgan are bringing the 1920s Vanderley yacht to the theatre. The set design by Julie Ross brings the aft deck to dock at NC Stage. What’s “aft” you say? […]
JEEVES AT SEA A Comedy Adapted by Margaret Raether, from the stories of P.G. Wodehouse Directed by Angie Flynn-McIver Set sail for laughter as Bertie Wooster, played by Scott Treadway (TRUE WEST, ROUNDING THIRD, JEEVES), revels in life aboard the Vanderley yacht accompanied, as always, by his peerless valet Jeeves, […]
Jim Cavener was gracious to write a review for It’s a Wonderful Life, which is now playing until December 15th at NC Stage. 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 […]
Due to inclement weather predicted for this past weekend, North Carolina Stage Company had to cancel It’s a Wonderful Life performances on Saturday, December 8th at 7:30 PM and Sunday, December 9th at 2:00 PM. Because of the cancellation, we have added a matinee performance on Saturday, December 15th. We hope […]
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.
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 […]