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Some of the Asheville area’s best actors serve up theatrical comfort food,
with rapid-fire wit and physical comedy.
The latest iteration of this thoroughly entertaining holiday revue will
kick-start your holiday season.
A new production of Rogers & Hammerstein’s “Oklahoma” both deconstructs the
show and offers many of its usual pleasures.
The latest radio play from Immediate Theatre Project offers a dystopian
thriller, a crackerjack cast, and entertaining live sound effects.
The stage version of the 1980s movie comedy based on the board game
provides some serious silliness — and good reason to return to ACT.
Mike Wiley’s “documentary theater” tells riveting first-person tales of the
Freedom Riders from 1961, a pivotal moment in the Civil Rights struggle.
With a stellar cast, the laugh-out-loud musical now at SART explores every
possible high and low of a “First Date.”
After more than a year of isolation, SART returns to live theater with a
two-person musical about… isolation.
The comedy, adapted for live performance via Zoom, comes close to
recreating the particular thrill that comes with a unique, in-person
35below’s latest two-hander features mesmerizing performances despite only
partially resonant writing.
Cheerful, heartfelt laughs abound throughout this delightful musical
The fifth in this series of comedies is another hilarious triumph. Get your
tickets soon, since the NC Stage Co. run is already beginning to sell out.
The classic musical has a modern feel, magnificent sets and costumes, and
goosebumps-inducing musical numbers.