Lord Byron’s 1821 literary drama, “Cain,” tells the biblical story of the title character and his brother Abel. The production at Raleigh’s Burning Coal Theatre Friday and Sunday is a project by NCSU MA in English candidate Michael Seebold, who directs a cast of seven for these free performances.
Details at lordbyroncain.weebly.com.
- The Town of Cary presents “The Clothesline Muse,” featuring a cast of six and jazz vocalist Nnenna Freelon at the Cary Arts Center Friday. The combination of text, video, dance and music explores the clothesline as metaphor for community spirit. Details at bit.ly/1iPMKZI.
- Raleigh’s Sonorous Road Productions brings back its highly praised staging of “Grounded” Friday through Sunday. Jerome Davis directs Michelle Murray Wells’ solo performance. Details at sonorousroad.com.