It’s been an historic couple of weeks here at PlayMakers! Amid the bustle of our season opener, came three incredible announcements that have us bursting with excitement.
What if the contending peoples of the world would just sit down over some cake and talk through their troubles? Such is sweet-natured Della’s benign vision.
The opening of “The Cake” will mark Bekah Brunstetter’s home state professional debut. Unfortunately, she won’t be in North Carolina to see it.
UNC student Elizabeth Holmes fell in love with theatre last season at PlayMakers. Turns out, there are six reasons this Tar Heel loves theatre.
Jeffrey Meanza, PlayMakers’ beloved former Associate Artistic Director, is back this fall to direct the first show of the season! We sat down with him to catch up.
With two shows on the horizon, longtime beloved company member Kathryn Hunter-Williams has a busy fall ahead of her. But that’s just how she likes it!
Four summers ago, Carolina Friends School student Lili Whittier auditioned for her first Summer Youth Conservatory Theatre Intensive. It turned out to be a life-changing choice.
Kira Cornell is not exactly new to PlayMakers. “I’ve been coming here since I was three,” she said. After all, her dad is PlayMakers’ resident acting company member Jeffrey Blair Cornell.
This summer, as our SYC students prepare for Bye Bye Birdie, we’ve invited three of these students to chronicle their experience, beginning one week into rehearsals.
New York-based director Michael Perlman makes his PlayMakers debut, directing the Summer Youth Conservatory Production of Bye Bye Birdie.