WORLD PREMIERE | April 29 - May 20 | The Pyrle Theater
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An Evening with Legendary Costume Designer William Ivey Long | May 17, 2018
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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.
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.
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.
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.