Brrr. For any shows playing Wednesday, Jan. 29 or Thursday, Jan. 30, it’s a good idea to check with the theater to see if they will be open!
A number of productions close out this weekend, nuns and high society continue, and a new work premieres at Burning Coal along with a pair of collegiate productions opening in Raleigh. It’s your week in Triangle theatre:
An Evening of Possibilities – Cary Players presents a collection of humorous short works by California playwright Mark Harvey Levine, marking the 1,000th production of his works at the Cary Arts Center
Black Pearl Sings – Sanford’s Temple Theatre closes out its run of Frank Higgins’ musical about a black woman in a white man’s world, where everyone is a commodity
The Divine Sister – Actor’s Comedy Lab and Raleigh Little Theatre continues with Charles Busch’s outrageous comic homage to nearly every Hollywood nun flick
I Love My Hair When It’s Good: & Then Again When It Looks Defiant and Impressive – Chaunesti Webb’s hit about African American women and the relationships they have with each other and their hair wraps up at Manbites Dog this weekend in Durham
The Jesus Fund (pictured above) – Organized religion and big money come together in Terry Milner’s new work, premiering this week at Burning Coal Theatre in Raleigh
No Shame Theatre – The ArtsCenter in Carrboro hosts another night of theatre and live entertainment without judgement – artists, actors, comedians, musicians show up and show what they’ve got, Feb. 1 only
Pinkalicious – Broadway Series South presents a children’s tale of a girl who suffers from “pinkitis” – part of the Storybook Theatre Series benefitting Marbles Kids Museum, closing this weekend at the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts
Private Lives – Sparks fly as old flames burn in Noel Coward’s comic 1930’s romp on the Riviera, opening this weekend at Playmakers Rep in Chapel Hill
Rumors – UNC’s Department of Dramatic Art and LAB! Theatre present Neil Simon’s 1988 hit in which party guests scramble for social and political cover amidst scandal, this week only in Chapel Hill
Tyler Perry’s Hell Hath No Fury Like a Woman Scorned – DPAC hosts Tyler Perry’s drama about a woman who gives love another try, Feb. 1 & 2 only in Durham
Turtles – Meredith Ensemble Theatre presents a new work by John Greiner-Ferris in which a single mom struggles to hold onto her children while battling homelessness, opening Feb. 4 at Studio Theatre
The Vagina Monologues – Eve Ensler’s feminine phenomenon comes to Burning Coal Feb. 3 & 4 only
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