Immediate Theatre Project’s annual autumn show returns to Isis on Oct. 23.
Silent Sky helps us fantasize about a perfect galaxy where everyone has equal opportunities.
Immediate Theatre Project presents a collection of classic American horror stories on Nov. 1 at Isis Music Hall.
This haunting production follows a despondent and drifting young blogger/journalist in search of a career-making story about corruption.
This production is marvelous and maturely executed. Live From WVL Radio Theater: The Headless Hessian of Sleepy Hollow and Other American Horror Stories runs through Sunday, Oct. 16. Don’t miss it as it appears like an apparition, then vanishes as quickly as it came.
The theater company opens its 15th season with a collaboration with Immediate Theatre Project. The play runs through Sunday, Oct. 9.
The play, performed at at N.C. Stage Company through May 1, theorizes that a different breed of people exist past the midnight hour.
The 1960 Edward Albee-penned play is among ITP’s most ballsy ventures to date. The show, directed by Hans Meyer, stars Michael MacCauley and Callan White as George and Martha, two iconic roles made famous in celluloid by Richard Burton and an explosive Elizabeth Taylor.
Standouts include An Iliad, Art, Young Frankenstein and more.
Isis Restaurant & Music Hall hosts the annual performance Wednesday, Nov. 25, at 8 p.m.