"So, I was driving down this country road, right next to the runway. All the cow parsley was in flower, the swallows were skimming through the trees, there was a clear sky, the light was beautiful, kind of violet - and suddenly I heard this roar."
Join Burning Coal for the US premiere of British playwright Clare Bayley’s funny and troubling play about a photographer who inadvertently snaps a picture of something he shouldn’t have. The play is based on a true story and deals with one of the darkest episodes in recent US history … and it happened right here in our own backyard.
NOTE: Blue Sky will be presented at CAM/Raleigh – 409 W. Martin Street, Raleigh.
NOTE: The performance on Friday, February 5th will begin at 10 pm following the First Friday festivities at CAM, which will include work related to the play. Join us early and stay late for the show!
NOTE: Performance on January 31st at 2pm is the ‘Pay What You Can’ performance and will also be Audio Described for the sight impaired. Prior to the performance, we will have a 1 pm “Tactile Touch Tour” of the BLUE SKY set led by the Contemporary Art Museum. This event is a collaboration with ArtsAccess of Raleigh.
NOTE: On January 26th and January 27th, 2016, we host Open Rehearsals from 6 to 7 pm. These events will be free to the public. No reservations necessary but please plan to get to CAM on time and stay for the full hour.
Apr 10 – Apr 17, 2016
$2900 Full Tour Price
$2100 Bring-your-own Airfare
Deposit of $700
Due on December 01, 2015
Remainder of Total
Due on January 15, 2016
All rooms will be shared, 2 to a room
Add $600 to either fee for a single room
Burning Coal’s London Theatre Tour is a chance to explore one of the most artistically and historically fascinating cities in the world. Featuring six plays in six days, talkbacks at the theatres, and tours of world-famous museums and cultural and historical sites such as the Globe Theatre, Westminster Abbey, and the Tate Modern, the tour is designed for the avid art lover and life-long learner. Call 919.834.4001 to reserve your place today. LATE REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED IF PLANE AND HOTEL ACCOMODATIONS REMAIN AVAILABLE.
The trip is led by Burning Coal’s Artistic Director, Jerome Davis, and Read More »
Burning Coal Theatre Company and the NC Museum of History will present a marathon reading of each of William Shakespeare’s 38 plays next April to mark the 400th anniversary of the playwright’s death. Each play will be read by a different theatre company from North Carolina. The nonstop readings will take five days and will begin at noon on April 23, 2016 until about 6 am on Thursday, April 28, 2016 at the museum, 5 East Edenton Street in downtown Raleigh. The event will be open to the public. Each reading also will be live streamed and recorded for later viewing. Burning Coal, the professional theatre company based in Raleigh, will produce the marathon. Participating companies will be announced soon. For additional information, please contact Burning Coal Artistic Director Jerome Davis at 919.834.4001 Read More »