February 14 - March 4 | Hanesbrands Theatre, Winston-Salem
Tuesday, February 27 | 6 p.m. McIver Education Center
WORLD PREMIERE | April 29 - May 20 | The Pyrle Theater
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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.
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.
In 1938, Thornton Wilder’s groundbreaking play “Our Town” first appeared in New York City. Its approach to telling the story of a small American town in the early 1900s — no set, minimal props — led it to the 1938 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. In celebration of the play’s 80th year, Triad Stage is partnering with the UNC School of the Arts to bring the classic to the Hanesbrands Theatre, with previews beginning Feb. 14.
What happens to a dream deferred? This is the question that the play “A Raisin in the Sun” by Lorraine Hansberry aims to answer. The play takes place in Chicago during the 1950s and addresses issues such as domestic and racial tensions, oppressive forces and feminism. From Jan. 28 to Feb. 18, Triad Stage is performing a production of “A Raisin in the Sun,” directed by Dallas, Texas-based director and actor Tiffany Greene.