The Touring Theatre’s focus on original work, specifically dealing with literature and history, makes it a rare gem in the contemporary theatre world.
—Chris Woodworth, Assistant Professor of Theatre, University of North Carolina Greensboro
Due to Winter Weather Over The Edge has been rescheduled for Thursday March 6 and Saturday March 8. The most current information will be posted on our Facebook page so be sure to like us there. Also, our emails include all updates so please subscribe.
“Call it what you will, but the second installment in Touring Theatre of North Carolina’s Chamber Series is definitely Over The Edge,” says Schleunes. Scheduled to run February 13, 14, and 15, Valentine’s Day weekend, this new production is clearly NOT a romantic Valentine. Rather it is anti-Valentine, compiled of short stories centering on failed relationships and personalities in definite need of therapy.
The stories by Greensboro authors Quinn Dalton and Michael Parker, along with neighboring Graham’s Pamela Duncan, explore with light comedy or dark, dark humor, thoughtless decisions, controlled and uncontrolled anger and deadly responses. Yes, even murder.
Touring Theatre’s first ever production, adapted, directed and performed by its core artists, Camilla Millican, John Kernodle and Kay Thomas are stories that represent still another facet in the company’s exploration of southern culture and the stories that lie within it—stories that will resonate with Gen X, Gen Y, Boomers and everyone in between.
The Touring Theatre of North Carolina is one of the longest running professional theatre company in the triad. It is dedicated to providing unique and effective learning experiences through professional theatre. Its innovative spirit generates a rich and diverse repertoire of productions based on literature and historical documents with each telling stories of ordinary people who find themselves in extraordinary circumstances. The repertoire calls attention to issues involving traditions, class, ethnicity, culture and gender. All productions are created with the highest professional standards and are designed to promote conversations about community.
OVER THE EDGE is not to be missed!
March 6, & 8 at 8:00 PM.
Mack and Mack
220 South Elm Street
Tickets are general admission.
$20 — Adults
$17 — Groups of 10 or More
$15 — Students with School
If you are unable to attend, please consider making a tax-deductable donation.