Spend six weeks perfecting your monologues with Kate Holland, Actors’ Equity member and Triad Stage Executive Director.
The Reign of Terror is in full swing, but playwright Olympe is way more concerned with how to start her next play. Marianne keeps demanding Olympe turn to more serious work such as her anti-slavery pamphlets. Meanwhile, the murderous assassin Charlotte Corday demands some really killer last words for her execution on the scaffold. Add in Marie Antoinette, and you have a wild night of fast and fierce fun that asks questions about art and activism, true sorority, and whose story gets told.
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Join us For our return to the stage!
Season 20 is three bold productions including a World Premiere set in Greensboro, a fierce and fun comedy chosen by our Community Reading Group, and a story of clashing Southern values set in Winston-Salem.
2-Play Season Passes and Single Tickets for The Revolutionists and The Cake are On Sale Now!
Artists and organizations can apply to participate in an incubator space that will amplify experimental and non-traditional work, expanding the opportunities for the growth of arts and artists in our community, as well as diversifying the stories that are told and introducing our audience to new ways of storytelling.
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Traditional Southern values and a gay wedding bring up questions of love, found families, cancel culture, sex after 40, and the addictive qualities of a good cake. Faith and family come to a head in this comedy by Winston-Salem native Bekah Brunstetter (producer and writer, NBC’s “This is Us”). Come join us for heartfelt conversations about buttercream and love with THE CAKE.
As we embark on our next 20 years, we are committed to developing new work through our New Play Initiative. We are investing in the Tennesse Williamses and Lorraine Hansberrys of tomorrow by supporting their work today with workshops, premieres, and – most importantly – time to be creative and take risks.
Join the Community Reading Group and have an impact on the productions and work you see at Triad Stage!
Each season our Community Reading Group will assess and consider scripts for production for the next Triad Stage season. The group will read scripts suggested by our community in online polls, conversations with staff and board, and partner organizations. These scripts will be curated into a smaller number according to what will balance well with the productions already planned for the upcoming season. The Group meets virtually to discuss the scripts and proposes their top choices for production. The selections then go on to the Board and Artistic Department for final approval.
Creative Greensboro awarded $400,005 to 18 local arts and culture nonprofits through its first Sustaining Creativity: Community Partnership Grants. Triad Stage has been awarded the maximum amount of $25,715.
With the purpose of increasing access and diversifying participation through powerful and inspiring theatrical experiences, Triad Stage increases impact through expanded networks and long-lasting relationships, celebrates our many communities in ways that reflect the unique and vibrant Triad region, and is building a thriving arts enterprise that is healthy, adaptive, and accountable.
After a national search, Triad Stage, the professional regional theater located in Downtown Greensboro, welcomes Kathleen Holland as Executive Director.
Mitchel Sommers, retired executive director of Community Theatre of Greensboro, will oversee Triad Stage for about four months as it prepares to reopen.
The regional, nonprofit professional theater at 232 S. Elm St. announced in June that it will return to life for its 20th season on Oct. 4 with three plays, two concerts, a workshop and an effort to foster new, experimental work.