The play is a showcase for its performers, playing two married couples whose humor and vulnerabilities come out on an ocean cruise.
For a show so closely associated with its original lead performer, the national tour has an Evan every bit up to filling Ben Platt's sneakers.
The Atlanta native brings her appealing mix of country and laid-back indie rock to The Mothlight on June 28.
The mobile indie rockers play The Mothlight on June 26.
The mid 1960s Neil Simon classic is blessed with a fine Oscar and Felix, who bring new angles to the familiar roles.
Set within the turbulent world of anarchism just over a century ago, David Brendan Hopes’ clever and well-staged world premiere paints a vivid picture of Gilded Age revolutionaries.
Think of this surprisingly fun show as A Chorus Line, but with working class Texans and a Nissan pickup truck onstage.
The classic Rodgers and Hammerstein score is still an audience pleaser, but some of the plot points don’t play well in the 21st century.
The Felice Brothers’ accordionist/vocalist brings his reconfigured band to The Grey Eagle on June 6.
The Asheville-area musician and her eponymous band play Salvage Station on May 31.
The Driftwood guitarist/vocalist and his bandmates play the Cold Mountain Music Festival on June 1.
Broadway legend Betty Buckley grounds this mapcap, oh-so-old-fashioned Jerry Herman musical, rethinking the role shaped for Bette Midler.
Flat Rock Playhouse honors this nostalgic Neil Simon show with a production that could have been enjoyed by audiences anytime in the past 40 years.
The Brooklyn-based artist brings her brilliant new collection of Lady Lamb songs to The Mothlight on May 19.
Fresh off her award-winning performance at Merlefest, the Asheville singer/songwriter plays The Grey Eagle on May 19.
As you might guess from the title, this original comedy has something to say about the state of Asheville, circa 2019.
Gabby Bailey leads a strong teen trio in Attic Salt Theatre Company’s production of Stephen Karam’s play.
Opening for Jim James at The Orange Peel on May 3, the Amo Amo guitarist/vocalist discusses his band’s past, working with the My Morning Jacket frontman, and plans for playing Red Rocks.