Called “the funniest farce ever written,” the plot of this classically comedic play features a manic menagerie as a cast of actors rehearsing a flop called Nothing’s On.
With the help of the other girls in the orphanage, Annie escapes to New York City to find a new home with a billionare, his personal secretary, and a loveable mutt named Sandy.
Labeled “the most cursed play in theatre,” this fast-moving Shakespearean tragedy is filled with the supernatural and the violent overthrow of power. Not for the squeamish.
This musical tells the story of a group of young Bohemians who struggle to restore the free exchange of thought, fashion, and live music in a future where everyone thinks and acts the same.
Completed in 1989, the Norris Theatre was named in 1992 for Louisburg College past president Dr. J. Allen Norris and his wife, Beth. This 175-seat experimental theatre space has permanent seating on three sides and multiple performance areas throughout, including four raised platforms in each of its corners. Theatre can be produced in the space in an infinite number of ways, and Louisburg College's drama program encourages creativity in the utilization of the "endless possibilities" of live performance.
The Norris Theatre serves as a classroom, as a performance space for academic and community presentations, and as a "laboratory for theatre" at Louisburg College.
Tickets are available at the Louisburg College Box Office, located in the lobby of the Jones Performing Arts Center (919)-497-3300.