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At The Pyrle Greensboro

2018-2019 Season Performances

And Then There Were NoneSep 9 - Sep 30

A Midsummer Night's DreamOct 28 - Nov 18

White LightningJan 27 - Feb 17

Two Trains RunningMar 10 - Mar 31

Man of La ManchaApr 28 - May 19

At Hanesbrands Winston-Salem

2018-2019 Season Performances

A Christmas CarolNov 30 - Dec 23

Other Events Upcoming

Steve EverettJul 21

AML Wrestling vs IMPACT WrestlingJul 29

Poetry CafeAug 11 - Nov 10

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News:

Just the ticket: Sherry Barr leads Triad Stage 'customer service powerhouse'
News & Record
July 8, 2018

Sherry Barr’s friendly demeanor masks a touch of anxiety. Two hours before the start of the night’s Eastern Music Festival concert, the computer server for the ticketing system needs to be restarted. Until it finishes its update, Barr won’t be able to process ticket orders electronically for the concert in Guilford College’s Dana Auditorium.

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Reviews:

Sin, death and madness in Hawboro
Triad City Beat
May 10, 2018

For six days, they made forbidden love in cut-rate hotels, a Gideon bible in each bedside drawer, but on the seventh they went down to the river and there consummated their rapid descent into madness. Such is the fate of the titular character and her clandestine amour in The Passion of Teresa Rae King, which debuted at Triad Stage last weekend and runs through May 20.

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Reviews:

‘The Passion of Teresa Rae King’ review
Yes! Weekly
May 9, 2018

This play was written and directed by Triad Stage’s own Preston Lane and stars Beth Glover as Mamie King, Stanton Nash as Carter King, Patrick Ball as Levon Lankford, Sarah Hankins as Detective Suzanne Oliver, Madeline Fox as Teresa Rae King, Lorin Kaplan and Melat Ayalew listed as ensemble cast members. I went to see the play on May 6 at the Pyrle Theater in downtown Greensboro. 

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Reviews:

Theater review: Triad Stage presents 'The Passion of Teresa Rae King'
News & Record
May 6, 2018

For live theater enthusiasts, being one of the first audiences to experience a new work gives an extra boost to a night out, especially if that work engages and entertains. Friday night’s Triad Stage opening of Preston Lane’s latest script, “The Passion of Teresa Rae King,” proved to be no exception. Marrying an old story with a new location and storytelling that fully embraces modern technology provides an engrossing tale of human relationships and the manifestations of guilt.

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