Triad StageNationally Recognized. Locally Produced.

At The Pyrle Greensboro

2018-2019 Season Performances

And Then There Were NoneSep 9 - Oct 7

A Midsummer Night's DreamOct 28 - Nov 18

White LightningJan 27 - Feb 17

Two Trains RunningNow Playing!

Man of La ManchaApr 28 - May 26

At Hanesbrands Winston-Salem

2018-2019 Season Performances

A Christmas CarolNov 30 - Dec 23

Other Events Upcoming

Mad at Miles Mar 28 - Mar 31

Triad Ukulele Club MeetingApr 4

First Friday Jazz NightApr 5

Poetry CafeApr 12 - Apr 13

Triad Ukulele Club MeetingApr 18

Technically TalkingApr 30

Triad Ukulele Club MeetingMay 2

First Friday Jazz NightMay 3

Poetry CafeMay 11

Triad Ukulele Club MeetingMay 16 - Jun 6

First Friday Jazz NightJun 7

Triad Ukulele Club MeetingJun 20

Click here to view the full calendar of all ticketed events.

Reviews:

Theater Review: “Two Trains Running”
Rhino Times
March 21, 2019

August Wilson’s “Two Trains Running” spotlights the struggles and hopes of seven African-Americans who reside in the Hill District of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The year is 1969 and there is much racial tension in America. In the Hill District, impending gentrification threatens the livelihood of Memphis Lee – the proprietor of Lee’s Restaurant – and others. Inside the restaurant, which is located across the street from a funeral parlor and meat market, the seven characters reveal what they most want out of life and how they plan to get it.

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News:

Triad Stage will present August Wilson's "Two Trains Running"
News & Record
March 14, 2019

In 1969 Pittsburgh, Memphis Lee’s diner — a hub of the predominantly African-American Hill District — is in jeopardy, thanks to an urban renewal project set to gentrify the neighborhood. This is the setting of August Wilson’s “Two Trains Running,” which will run through March at Triad Stage.

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Podcasts:

Lights Up | WHUP
March 6, 2019

Lights Up! host Wayne Leonard is joined by Two Trains Running co-dramaturgs Virginia Hirsch & Iyanna Huffington, co-scenic designers Moriah & Isabel Curley-Clay, costume designer Grace McEwan, and assistant director Evan Mouton. Segment begins at the 45:33 mark and ends at 59:26.

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News:

Triad Stage brings holiday shows to Greensboro, Winston-Salem next season
News & Record
February 18, 2019

Triad Stage will present holiday shows in both Greensboro and Winston-Salem, in addition to five MainStage productions in Greensboro for its 19th season in 2019-20. “From classic American dramas to a new play that casts the audience as main characters, our 19th season has an abundance of the bold, daring work Triad Stage does best,” producing artistic director Preston Lane said in a news release.

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