Immediate Theatre Project, or ITP, is perhaps best known as the Partner Company in Residence at NC Stage, a position they have have proudly occupied since 2008. In that capacity they have produced plays as varied as The Glass Menagerie, Venus in Fur, An Iliad, and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? as part of NC Stage’s Main Stage Season.
THE LOWER FREQUENCIES experience includes a talk-back following the performance in which the audience is able to discuss the work with the artist and explore different ways we can continue to engage communities in insightful and tolerant conversation. New England Public Radio’s Jill Kaufman called it “…a highly entertaining and disturbing hour.” The play will raise funds for a local organization dedicated to racial justice issues, to be determined in conversation with the playwright and the local chapter of the NAACP. The performances will take place at North Carolina Stage Company for one weekend only, September 8th – 10th.
When a hotshot air-force pilot throws up on the tarmac after a flight, she realizes that she’s pregnant. After her daughter is born, she returns to the military but is told that she is no longer needed on her fighter jet. Instead, she will report to duty at Creech Air Force Base in the Nevada desert. She will be at the forefront of the latest advances in aerial combat as the operator of an Unmanned Ariel Vehicle, A Reaper, a Drone. She will smite the enemy by day and return to her family at night. And she will be challenged and changed in ways she never dreamed possible while looking out into the endless blue. Starring Blythe Coons. SEPT. 21-OCT. 9.
Live From WVL Radio Theatre: The Headless Hessian of Sleepy Hollow (And Other American Horror Stories)
October 12-16, 2016
The intrepid actors of WVL Radio Theatre are back, this time with a series of classic American horror stories, including one by Edgar Allen Poe, a creative retelling of the Lizzie Borden axe murders, and of course a re-imagining of Washington Irving’s The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. Four actors, live sounds effects, and original music transport you back to 1946 when the imagination created horrors far more vivid than any that might actually be lurking in your living room… or your radio station….!
Live From WVL Radio Theatre: It’s A Wonderful Life
ITP is proud to bring back our own adaptation of this classic American story for the eighth consecutive year. It asks us to take stock of what we hold dear, and demands that that we examine our lives and our priorities. It reminds us that belief in family, in friendship, in people, is not misplaced — no matter how bad things get. It allows us to trust that somehow good will out, and that patience and fortitude are worthy and abiding virtues.