Join Us For Our Return to the Stage!
Season 20 Includes three bold productions including a World Premiere set in Greensboro, a fierce and fun comedy chosen by our Community Reading Group, & a story of clashing Southern values set in Winston-Salem.
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This powerful World Premiere production follows four Bennett Belles through the Sit-in Movement. They must navigate the complexities of friendship, their growing sense of self, and the brutal racism and oppression that they face in daily interactions in our hometown of Greensboro. As they work to define who they are in this crucial moment in time, they must decide if and how they will take a stand and be REBELLIOUS.
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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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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.
Following the guidelines and policies of our theatrical unions, Triad Stage requires vaccination against COVID-19 for participants and audiences of all Triad Stage programs and activities. Additionally, audiences and staff must mask at all times in within the theater center.
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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.
“We took this time to focus on who we are for the next 20 years and decided on a fresh take. We worked with an art consultant in the last year to define our purpose in the Triad and what we stand for as an organization,” Hankins said. “It is instrumental to identify what kind of space you want to produce, and since we have a reputation for top-notch professional productions, and design, it was all the more crucial we retain that part of our theatre.”
“This season we will celebrate our region with two stories set right here in the Triad,” [Sarah] Hankins said. “We will support local artists and foster new work from diverse perspectives, creating the classics of tomorrow.”
"We're opening the doors with a purpose." - Sarah Hankins, Artistic Director