One setting, four players. Scenic designer Jan Chambers and director Valerie Curtis-Newton take you inside the world of Dominique Morisseau’s “Skeleton Crew.”
Theatre can get a bad rep for being stuffy, but Dominique Morisseau is shaking things up with her Rules of Engagement.
Detroit, 2008. What was once an industrial powerhouse has become a microcosm of the threats to economic security and prosperity facing the nation.
Finding the spirit of Robin Hood in a time that truly needs it can be difficult, but Jessie Austrian is up to the challenge. And she thinks you are, too.
Why the longevity and mass appeal of Robin Hood? Well, if everyone’s favorite outlaw stands for anything, it’s the reminder that we’re all in this together.
As Andrew Bonomolo prepares to transfer to the North Carolina School of the Arts for his senior year of high school, he also prepares to step into the iconic role of the Emcee in “Cabaret.”
In her her third season in PlayMakers’ Summer Youth Conservatory, Beth Siegling faces her biggest challenge yet in the Kit Kat Club’s beguiling Sally Bowles.
“Leaving Eden” may be Laurelyn Dossett’s first time working with PlayMakers, but she’s no stranger to composing for theatre about North Carolina life.
UNC’s newest Distinguished Alumnus returns to PlayMakers for the final piece of a season bookended with productions about life and social disparity in North Carolina.
What’s the first thing you’ll notice when you step into the Paul Green Theatre “Leaving Eden”? Stuff—tons and tons of miscellaneous objects lining the perimeter of the stage.