8 great show openings this week in the Triangle
The Triangle is awash in theater openings this week. All eight are worth a look (see websites provided):
▪ “Something’s Afoot” (NCSU Summerfest). A musical spoof of Agatha Christie mysteries. theatre.arts.ncsu.edu.
▪ “Shakespeare in Hollywood (Forest Moon Theater). Comedy about the filming of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” in 1934. forestmoontheater.org.
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▪ “The Glass Menagerie” (Raleigh Little Theatre). Tennessee Williams’ classic about hopes and regrets. raleighlittletheatre.org.
▪ “Ragtime” (Justice Theater Project). The moving musical based on the E. L. Doctorow novel. thejusticetheaterproject.org.
▪ “Cloud 9” (Tiny Engine Theatre). Caryl Churchill’s gender-bending comedy about identity and liberation through time travel. tinyenginetheatre.com.
▪ “Vincent” (Peaceabilities Productions). Leonard Nimoy’s one-man play about Vincent Van Gogh’s life. peacelovemonkey.com.
▪ “All My Sons” (Theatre Raleigh). Arthur Miller’s gripping drama about a businessman’s moral choices. theatreraleigh.com.
▪ “Insomnia,” “The Fringe Dwellers” and “Emilie” (Burning Coal). Three plays from emerging artist in rotating repertory. burningcoal.org.