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2017-2018 Season Performances

South PacificNow Playing!

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

How I Learned to DriveApr 4 - Apr 15

Other Events Upcoming

Master Classes at Triad StageSep 30 - Nov 6

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News:

Triad Stage Announces Full Cast for SOUTH PACIFIC
Broadway World
September 7, 2017

Triad Stage, in partnership with UNC Greensboro, brings to life one of Broadway's most iconic musicals. The world is at war, and on an island in the South Pacific the U.S. has created a military stopover for young men on their way to the front lines of battle. But love is also in the air.

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Triad Stage's Ambitious 2017-2018 Schedule
Yes! Weekly
August 29, 2017

For many of us, the year is halfway over. For Greensboro and Winston-Salem’s Triad Stage, however, late September is just the beginning. With its 17th season to date, this 2017-2018 production season is sure to be anything but boring, with plays and musicals ranging from locally written to award-winning American classics.

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Triad Stage set designer wins international award
News & Record
July 5, 2017

A scenic designer for Triad Stage has won the Gold Award for Emerging Designer at the 2017 World Stage Design exhibition in Taipei. Josafath Reynoso won for his design of “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” the Tennessee Williams play presented by the downtown professional theater in September 2015.

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Triad Stage receives national grants totaling $70,000
News & Record
June 14, 2017

Triad Stage has received two national grants totaling $70,000, one of which will help finance a new play about the 1960 Greensboro sit-ins. “To be recognized for our work on the national level means a great deal,” said Richard Whittington, founding managing director of the downtown professional theater.

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