January 28 - February 18 | The Pyrle Theater
Wednesday, January 17 @ 6 p.m. | Join us as we celebrate the work of 6 young playwrights from Guilford County at a staged reading with professional directors and actors!
February 14 - March 4 | Hanesbrands Theatre | Extended by popular demand!
WORLD PREMIERE | April 29 - May 20 | The Pyrle Theater
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From the name, you know this show is not your usual nativity story you’re used to seeing in church. “Beautiful Star: An Appalachian Nativity” is an interactive theatre experience that walks through memorable stories from the Christian Bible right up through to the iconic nativity scene that is so familiar to us all.
For musician Riley Baugus, being a part of Triad Stage’s annual “Beautiful Star: An Appalachian Nativity” feels like a homecoming of sorts.
Preston Lane’s adaptation of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” is told by beggar children in the 1860s. “I think having the story told through the children makes the audience see the larger story, to see the society Dickens lived in. It’s not just the story of how one man changes to become more generous and open; it’s how we all can experience that same change,” said Aidan Armstrong, a seventh-grader at Blessed Sacrament School in Burlington.
One-person plays either soar like an airplane making a smooth take-off or crash in a horrendous mess. That’s because the show’s weight is on the shoulders of one actor who is on stage for the entire length of a performance and has to engage and entertain the audience. And most importantly, never bore. Christopher Geary soared Saturday at Hanesbrand Theatre for Triad Stage’s production of “Buyer & Cellar,” a 2013 comedy written by Jonathan Tolins.