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 RunningMar 10 - Mar 31

Man of La ManchaApr 28 - May 26

At Hanesbrands Winston-Salem

2018-2019 Season Performances

A Christmas CarolNow Playing!

Other Events Upcoming

Poetry CafeJan 11 - Jan 12

4: An evening of Spoken Word featuring Universal Mathematics, Main Man, LB the Poet and Josephus IIIJan 25

Technically TalkingJan 29

Poetry CafeFeb 8 - Feb 9

Technically TalkingMar 12 - Apr 30

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News:

At Greensboro's Triad Stage, director steps into a role in 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'
News & Record
November 14, 2018

In theater, sometimes the major drama happens offstage. Such is the case at Triad Stage, in the final week of performances of Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at its downtown theater. Preston Lane, Triad Stage's founding artistic director who adapted and directed the play, will add acting to his duties: He will replace an injured actor for one of his two roles through the remainder of the show's run.

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Reviews:

Triad Stage Presents: A Midsummer Night’s Dream
The Carolinian
November 14, 2018

As the house lights dim, the warm, yellow light of the candelabra pierces through the darkness. The faces of King Oberon and Queen Hippolyta emerge from the background and are seated beneath the firelight where they are unexpectedly greeted by an angry father, Demetrius, whose daughter has fallen in love with the “wrong” man.

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Reviews:

Met by moonlight, Triad Stage takes a Shakespearean turn
Triad City Beat
November 8, 2018

Shimmering cloth covers a long table as King Oberon and Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons, emerge from behind a towering, chain-link fence. Red garments hang from wires overhead, and regal music sounds as they take their places. The meal dissolves into an argument — an Athenian father urging his daughter to wed the man he approves, not the man she loves. So begins Shakespeare’s mystical comedy.

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News:

A $50,000 challenge gift starts Triad Stage on major fundraising campaign
News & Record
November 4, 2018

Lynne and Glenn Ogden long have supported Triad Stage, first by attending plays and then with annual donations. But they wanted to do more for the nonprofit downtown professional theater. The Summerfield couple decided to make a challenge gift of $50,000. That has launched Triad Stage on a campaign to raise $250,000 in new or increased gifts before June 30, 2019.

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