January 29 - February 19, 2017 | The Pyrle Theater
February 20, 2017 | 9:00 a.m. Winston Salem, 7:30 p.m. Greensboro
February 22 - March 5, 2017 | The Hanesbrands Theatre
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Triad Stage is expanding its Learning Program, including the hiring of a full-time learning director, to develop interest in the theater among middle school and high school students. The professional, not-for-profit regional theater in downtown Greensboro called the program a “significant component” of business changes last year that raised $500,000 while condensing the season schedule to September through May, reducing a $2.8 million budget by 21 percent and cutting its full-time staff from 25 to 19.
Triad Stage has a new plan to connect more young people to theater and build the audiences of tomorrow.The downtown professional theater will expand its learning program to reach middle and high school students as well as more adults.
When it comes to the true cost of living—the consequences of our actions—singer Janice Joplin said it best, “You’re only as much as you settle for.” There’s a fine line between responsibility and self-sacrifice, resentment and regret. And at the end of the day, whom can we blame for our miseries but ourselves? Playwright Arthur Miller knew this all too well while crafting his 1968 drama The Price. In the intimate production family secrets and rivalries are revealed when two brothers who led very different lives are forced to unite to settle their late father’s estate. In Triad Stage’s opening-night production last Friday, Miller’s family drama came to life and begged the audience to contemplate, “What is a life worth, what consequences does a decision demand, and what is the balance due on a moral debt?”