Shows and Events: Event programs

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Movin' Out
Jan 5 2005

A new musical with the songs of Billy Joel, this touring Broadway show featured Brendan King as Eddie and Holly Cruikshank as Brenda.

My Fair Lady
Nov 28 2007

Lerner and Loewe's production of My Fair Lady through Broadway Series South, featuring Lisa O'Hare as Eliza Doolittle and Christopher Cazenove as Professor Henry Higgins.

North Carolina Chinese Lantern Festival
Jan 12 2018

Now in its third year, the North Carolina Chinese Lantern Festival features more than 20 displays, each one comprised of hundreds of parts, and thousands of LED lights. Each lantern is made by hand on silk fabric stretched over steel frames and then lit with hundreds of LED lights. All lanterns were made exclusively for the festival and shipped in from China.

North Carolina State Fair
Oct 14 2017

The North Carolina State Fair is an annual fair and agricultural exposition held in Raleigh, North Carolina, and organized by the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

Oklahoma
Dec 1 2004

Rodgers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma with an unforgettable collection of songs, dance and colorful characters, starring Jeremiah James as Curly and Julie Burdick as Laurey.

Oliver
Apr 28 2004

One of the world's best loved musicals, Oliver starred Justin S. Pereira in the title role, while Fagin was played by Mark McCracken.

Pandemonium
Sep 29 2010

Pandemonium entertains in the same way as Stomp, Stomp Out Loud, relying on creative percussion to deliver the message. It features the Lost and Found Orchestra.

Paperhand Puppet Intervention: Of Wings And Feet
Sep 9 2017

Wonderfully creative pupper show created by Jan Burger and Donovan Zimmerman, in collaboration with the musician's cast and community.

Phantom Of The Opera
Apr 23 2003

A part of Andrew Lloyd Webber's first National Tour, this Award Winning Show made a return engagement in Raleigh - breathtaking! The show starred Brad Little, Rebecca Pitcher and Tim Martin Gleason.

The Producers
Nov 3 2004

The new Mel Brooks musical, this version brought Lewis J. Stadlen and Alan Ruck to the stage in Raleigh, and at the time, the show had won more Tony Awards than any show in Broadway history.

Ragtime
Nov 29 1999

This national touring production of Ragtime had won four Tony Awards and had also received much critical acclaim. The show was headlined by Lawrence Hamilton, Jime Corti, Cathy Wydner, Lovena Fox and Stephen Zinnato.

Rain: A Tribute To The Beatles
Nov 5 2008

Rain: A Tribute To The Beatles was an amazing show featuring Beatles' music by look-alike performers dressed to match the various styles associated with the Fab Four throughout the 1960s.

The Rat Pack
Nov 29 2006

The Rat Pack (aka The Rat Pack: Live At The Sands) spent four years on London's West End before coming to the U.S.A., and recreates an evening with Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Dean Martin. The three singers were played by Stephen Triffitt, David Hayes and Nigel Casey.

Riverdance
May 5 2010

Riverdance returned to Raleigh after 10,00 performances enjoyed by over 22 million people - with song and dance celebrating Ireland and the world beyond. The 2010 show featured lead performances by Liam Ayres, Caterina Coyne, Marty Dowds, Alana Mallon, Mairead Masuda and Padraic Moyles.

Riverdance
Nov 16 2005

Riverdance returned to Raleigh for it's tenth anniversary - with few show touching audiences as it did with a spectacular fusion of song and dance, celebrating Ireland and the world beyond. The 2005 show featured lead performers Cara Casey, Melissa Convery, Marty Dowds, Michael Eustace, Padraic Moyles and Aislynn Ryan.

Riverdance
Jan 31 2000

Riverdance (aka Riverdance: The Show) was a spectacular fusion of song and dance, celebrating Ireland and the world beyond. The 2000 show was Raleigh's premier engagement and featured Michael Patrick Gallagher and Tara Barry, as well as the Moscow Folk Ballet Company, Flamenco dancer Rosa Manzano Jimenez and the Riverdance Tappers.

Seussical Kids
Mar 16 2017

Based on the works of Dr. Seuss, Seussical Kids was presented by the Wakefield Theatre Company, performed by Wakefield Elementary students in third, fourth and fifth grades. Music was by Stephen Flaherty and lyrics by Lynn Ahrens.

Shen Yun
Feb 24 2017

Shen Yun presents colorful and exhilarating performances of classical Chinese dance and music. A performance by this company is a true representation of traditional Chinese culture as it once was: a study in grace, wisdom, and the virtues distilled from the five millennia of Chinese civilization.

Shen Yun
Jan 26 2015

Shen Yun presents colorful and exhilarating performances of classical Chinese dance and music. A performance by this company is a true representation of traditional Chinese culture as it once was: a study in grace, wisdom, and the virtues distilled from the five millennia of Chinese civilization.

Shen Yun
Feb 7 2012

Shen Yun presents colorful and exhilarating performances of classical Chinese dance and music. A performance by this company is a true representation of traditional Chinese culture as it once was: a study in grace, wisdom, and the virtues distilled from the five millennia of Chinese civilization.

Smokey Joe's Cafe
Apr 6 2005

Smokey Joe's Cafe was Broadway's longest running musical revue in 2005, and featured the music of songwriters Lieber and Stoller ("Hound Dog", "On Broadway", "Jailhouse Rock", "Love Potion #9"), bringing hits from the black-and-white 1950's and '60s colorfully and vibrantly alive.

Some Like It Hot
Feb 17 2003

Some Like It Hot found actor Tony Curtis participating in a new way (he starred in the original movie), as Osgood Fielding, III. Arthur Hanket played Joe and Timothy Gulan played Jerry, while Sweet Sue was covered by Lenora Nemetz. F Troop fans also recognized Larry Storch in the cast.

Spelling Bee
Jan 2 2008

Katie Boren starred as Marcy Park in this touring production of Spelling Bee, which is set around the fictional 25th annual Putnam County bee.

Stomp
Nov 23 1998

Stomp, a unique combination of percussion, movement and visual comedy, was created in the U.K. in the summer of 1991, the result of a collaboration between Steve McNicholas and Luke Cresswell. Stomp had been performed for five years prior to this Raleigh Memorial Auditorium performance.

Sunset Boulevard
Mar 6 2000

Andrew Lloyd Webber's masterpiece Sunset Boulevard Raleigh performance, starred Petula Clark, the most successful and beloved female recording artist to hail from England. Her recording of "Downtown" is still played on radio around the world. Sunset Boulevard allowed you to experience the glamour, romance and intrigue of Hollywood in the 1950's.

Sweet Charity
May 30 2007

Promoted with the tagline, "If they could see me now," this 2007 touring production brought "Pretty In Pink's" Molly Ringwald to Raleigh to star in this musical comedy. Sweet Charity is a funny, poignant and tender lok at the misadventures of Charity Hope Velentine, a dance hall hostess who always gives her heart and earnings to the wrong man.

Tata Padrinos
Sep 30 2017

A film presented at the NC Latin American Film Festival 2017. Mario Dimas and Maria Luciano are preparing to be wedding godparents.

The Ten Tenors
Feb 1 2006

Larger than life, the Ten Tenors were a new musical force to be reckoned with when they appeared in Raleigh in 2006. Over 77 million people witnessed their performances on three continents, as they sold out shows and won hearts with their unmistakable charm, camaraderie and vocal prowess in opera, pop, rock and more.

Thoroughly Modern Millie
Sep 17 2003

Darcie Roberts portrayed the title character in the touring production of Thoroughly Modern Millie, a winner of six Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Best Choreography, Best Orchestrantions and Best Costume Design.

Waltzes Of Old Vienna
Apr 9 2008

Waltzes Of Old Vienna, was a Carolina Ballet spring production in their 10th anniversary season, choreographed by artistic director Robert Weiss.

We Will Rock You
Dec 5 2013

We Will Rock You featured the music and lyrics of Queen, with a story and script about the future penned by Ben Elton. Songs included "We Are The Champions", "Killer Queen", "Somebody To Love", "Under Pressure", "Flash", "I Want It All" and many more.

The Wedding Singer
Mar 26 2008

The Wedding Singer touring show featured Merritt David Janes and Sara Elizabeth Coors in the principal performances, and was based on the New Line Cinema film by Tim Herlihy (which starred Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore).

The Wizard Of Oz
May 6 2009

A spectacular new national tour was created for the timeless Wizard of Oz, as a tornado touched down at Raleigh's Memorial Auditorium, and a stellar cast presented the greatest family musical of all time. Dorothy was played by Cassie Okenka, while Noah Aberlin played the iconic Scarecrow (we'll never forget Snickers as Toto).

Xanadu
Feb 10 2010

Xanadu takes you back in time to the year 1980, following the story of the magical and beautiful Greek muse, Kira, who descends from the heavens to inspire the greatest of artistic achievements - the first roller disco! Along the way she falls in love with a mortal and chaos ensues when her jealous sisters take advantage of the situation.

Yo Soy Latina
Mar 17 2004

Linda Nieves-Powell's award-winning play Yo Soy Latina has performed at over 400 colleges in the U.S., off Broadway, and at the Tony-award winning theater company Crossroads. In this critically acclaimed play, six women from varying Latino sub-cultures arrive at a "What is a Latina?" seminar in hopes of understanding their culture's impact on their lives.

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