Triad StageNationally Recognized. Locally Produced.

At The Pyrle Greensboro

2017-2018 Season Performances

South PacificSep 17 - Oct 15

Beautiful Star: An Appalachian NativityDec 5 - Dec 24

A Raisin in the SunJan 28 - Feb 18

The Passion of Teresa Rae KingApr 29 - May 20

At Hanesbrands Winston-Salem

2017-2018 Season Performances

Buyer & CellarOct 11 - Oct 22

A Christmas CarolNov 24 - Dec 24

Our TownFeb 14 - Mar 4

Other Events Upcoming

SideDude, Inc.Apr 21

Poetry CafeMay 12

Broadway on ElmMay 17

Poetry CafeJun 9

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News:

Triad Stage Announces 2018-2019 Season
Yes! Weekly
March 14, 2018

Triad Stage, the region’s largest not-for-profit professional theater, has unveiled its 2018-2019 Season. In what will be the company’s 18th Season, Triad Stage will feature five locally-produced professional productions mounted in Greensboro from September through May, and the 6th annual production of A Christmas Carol Winston-Salem during the holiday season.

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News:

Triad Stage 18th season to offer more plays in Greensboro, fewer in Winston-Salem
News & Record
March 14, 2018

Triad Stage will produce more plays in Greensboro next season but has only scheduled one in Winston-Salem. The region’s largest nonprofit professional theater will create five MainStage shows for its downtown Pyrle Theatre in Greensboro during its 18th season, including a mystery, a Shakespeare masterpiece and a musical.

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Reviews:

'Our Town' a spare, lyrical reminder of the value of life
Winston-Salem Journal
February 19, 2018

The first thing you notice about Triad Stage’s production of “Our Town” is the space between things: space on the stage, space between sounds, space between words.

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News:

3 Triad students named top finalists in state August Wilson Monologue Competition
News & Record
February 12, 2018

Three Triad students became the state's top finalists on Saturday in the August Wilson Monologue Competition, organized by Triad Stage and N.C. A&T. Aniah Brown, a senior at Parkland High School in Winston-Salem, won first place. Jack Greenberg, a sophomore at Weaver Academy in Greensboro, took second place. Third place went to India C. Jones, a junior at Penn-Griffin School for the Arts in High Point.

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