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We are excited and honored that O. Henry Magazine's contributing editor Maria Johnson wanted to feature the company in the "The Pleasures of Life Dept.", she really caught the essence of Touring Theatre. Maria's writing is clever, smart, witty and really shines a...
Annalee Glatus Staff Writer, at The Carolinian This past weekend saw the first production of “The Memory of All That: A Cabaret of Gershwin Songs” by the Touring Theatre of North Carolina at the upstage cabaret in Triad Stage. The Touring Theatre of North Carolina is...
About Touring Theatre of North Carolina
Touring Theatre of North Carolina is a not for profit, active producing professional theatre that celebrates the on-going human search for dignity across lines of ethnicity, gender, economic status, religion
Touring Theatre is a Laboratory: It looks for local stories. It develops and premiers new works drawn from literature, historical documents, and from people within its community. Most years it premiers three new works in its Chamber Series, introducing one or two of them into its touring production inventory.
Touring Theatre is Relevant: It emphasizes relevancy by responding to the concerns, celebrations
Touring Theatre is Collaborative: It collaborates with community organizations, groups, scholars, and others who are engaged in the subject matter being presented in order to produce the most relevant and authentic work. Often community partners will create the space for facilitating post-performance discussions.
Touring Theatre is Local: It gathers stories of local relevance and is firmly rooted in the central North Carolina community. All of its productions are developed and premiered in Greensboro, NC, before becoming available for touring.
TTNC is Accessible: It brings high quality, educational and vibrant theatre productions to all corners of the state and beyond.
Touring Theatre’s Artistic Director Brenda P. Schleunes with North Carolina authors Fred Chappell and Lee Smith