The Magnetic Theatre stays innovative, local filmmakers release new works and other area arts news.
Deni and Will McIntyre’s streaming series explores how area performers and venue owners are coping with COVID-19 challenges, both personally and creatively.
Two local productions — Different Strokes’ “…while Black” show and NC Stage’s latest collaboration with Mike Wiley — mark their companies’ most ambitious digital performances thus far.
Fringe Digital Summer offers a virtual alternative. It returns via the Zoom conferencing platform on Wednesday, Aug. 19.
Hosted by Wolfe Lanier, The Magnetic Theatre’s latest offering debuts July 12 with Adam Brock’s comedy “The Drunken City.”
Asheville Community Theater has debuted six creative online video series, adding new episodes each week.
If there’s one profession that’s built to weather the various consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, local actor Scott Treadway believes it’s his.
Representatives from The Magnetic Theatre, North Carolina Stage Company and Asheville Community Theatre discuss their plans during uncertain times.
Brett Neveu’s modern adaptation of Ibsen’s “An Enemy of the People” opens March 13 at The Magnetic Theatre.
“Palimpsest” releases new episodes bi-weekly on Tuesdays.
The national tour stops by Diana Wortham Theatre on Feb. 23.
Asheville’s newest Valentine’s Day soirée doesn’t quite embody traditional romance.
The Sublime Theater’s new play debuts Feb. 13 at at The BeBe Theater.
The world premiere of the new Jeeves play is Jan. 29 at NC Stage Co.
More than 40 local and national acts are scheduled for this year’s Asheville Fringe. The four-day ticketed portion of the festival runs Thursday-Sunday, Jan. 23-26, with additional parties and free events taking place now through Sunday, Jan. 26.
On Tuesday, Jan. 21, Tyson takes the stage at Harrah’s Cherokee Center Asheville, where he’ll parse current events in real time.
Robert Dale Walker (of Rough Play theater company) has done an extremely sound job of directing such a bleak play. He has the show stripped to the bare essentials, allowing it to challenge ideology and faith.
From theater and live music to art exhibitions and literature, 2019 produces great works across genres.
Local offerings range from classic ballets, poignant soul searches and snarky send-ups of this month of family drama and heightened emotions.
In spite of the northern setting, the themes of family tradition, hunting and the fragile yet dominating sense of manly pride all ring familiar to anyone who lived in WNC in the 1970s and ’80s.
Just in time for Thanksgiving, Different Strokes! Performing Arts Collective serves up Mixed Fandango, a new romantic comedy by Asheville playwright Travis Lowe about three Baltimore couples navigating a turkey day fraught with mishaps.