Vote for PlayMakers!

It’s time for the Independent Weekly’s “Best of the Triangle” Awards! There are two categories in particular that we’d like to direct you towards: “Best Live Theater Venue” and “Best Live Theater Company.” We’re both!

Just visit The Indy’s website and look for us on page 3 of the survey. There are lots of categories, but you only have to answer 20 for your vote to count.

To remember who you’re voting for, why don’t you take a look back at our 2011 Mainstage productions with us…

Angels in America
by Tony Kushner
“A play everyone should see… brilliant and riveting”
The News & Observer

Big River

Music and lyrics by Roger Miller
Book by William Hauptman
Adapted from the novel by Mark Twain

“Now that’s a musical!”
Classical Voice of North Carolina

In the Next Room
(or the vibrator play)
by Sarah Ruhl
“Wonderfully insightful and funny”
– Classical Voice of North Carolina

The Parchman Hour

by Mike Wiley
“An exhilarating mix of song, dance, humor, and education”
– Triangle Arts & Entertainment

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

by Edward Albee
“Sizzling and brilliant!”
– The Daily Tar Heel

We had quite a year!
To vote, head on over to indyweek.com and nominate us for “Best Live Theater Company” and “Best Live Theater Venue”.

All photos courtesy of Jon Gardiner. Actor credits:
 – Angels in America: Matthew Carlson and Kathryn hunter-Williams.
 – Big River: Jason Edward Cook and David Aron Damane.
 – In the Next Room: Julie Fishell, Katie Paxton and Matthew Greer.
 – The Parchman Hour: Dee Dee Batteast and ensemble.
 – Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?: Ray Dooley and Julie Fishell.

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