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Sassy Savoyards: UTOPIA, LIMITED, This Weekend Only

Durham’s venerable Gilbert and Sullivan group, The Durham Savoyards, Ltd., presents its annual show this weekend only at the Carolina Theatre. This year’s romp is the timely… 57 more words

Theater Reviews

Auditions for "Pirates of Penzance!"

Pirates! Major-Generals! Mabel the Beautiful Daughter!  A bevy of lovely maidens and a gaggle of police of questionable courage! Bring the whole family to revel in this Gilbert and Sullivan favorite. 233 more words


I don't think the Germanwings plane crashed, nor did the crew die

Based on the information available currently it seems flight 4U 9525 did not crash, and the crew is not dead. It’s been over 24 hours and no pics. 594 more words


Theater Week - 2 Bee

A listing of Triangle theater performances
through March 30, 2015

The Burial at Thebes – Celebrating its 50th birthday, University Theatre (née Thompson Theatre) reprises its very first production, Sophocles’ … 399 more words

Triangle Theater

Cox & Box Returns!

Cox & Box – Mrs Bouncer’s legacy gets another outing this year. It will open at the Stephen Joseph Theatre, and then tour to… 43 more words

Review of GMS' PIRATES OF PENZANCE by Paul Ractliffe

I went to see GMS’s production of “The Pirates of Penzance” last weekend and enjoyed every minute of it. This is a modern adaptation that allows the Pirate King and Frederic to be more swashbuckling and for the comedy to be extended upon, especially in the more well known numbers such as “I Am The Very Model Of A Modern Major-General” and “With Cat-Like Tread”, the latter of which can run for a few encores depending on the enthusiasm of the audience. 293 more words

Central Coast NSW

March 14, 1885: Nanki-Poo and the Nattering Nabob

Gilbert and Sullivan’s most famous work The Mikado premiered in London in 1885. It almost didn’t happen. A year earlier, Arthur Sullivan, whining aboout his precarious health, and a… 202 more words

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