Season 27 Subscriptions

Season 27 Subscriptions


Season 27

2023 - 2024

Burning Coal Theatre produces live theatre through a Main Stage season, a Second Stage season, and special events throughout the year. You can become a part of it all by becoming a subscriber. Burning Coal Theatre is a professional theater, a Raleigh theater, and a North Carolina Theater.  For more information on joining us, see how to subscribe below. 

Subscriptions for our upcoming 2023 – 2024 season are now available!

You can subscribe to either our 4-play Mainstage Season or to our Breakfast Club. The Breakfast Club adds on our Second Stage Series (Wait Til You See This!) and our exclusive Breakfast with the Artistic Director event in October, 2023.

A Mainstage Season subscription is $90.

A Breakfast Club subscription is $120.

The Main Stage season includes:

ARCADIA (Oct 12 – 29, 2023) – by Tom Stoppard (you may be familiar with his other work, Rosencrantz and Gildenstern Are Dead, Shakespeare in Love, Travesties)

MOONLIGHT (Nov 30 – Dec 17, 2023) – our first excursion into the world of Nobel Prize Laureate Harold Pinter

HYMN (Jan 25 – Feb 11, 2024) – Lolita Chakrabarti’s newest piece which premiered at The Almeida in 2021

A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC (April 4 – 21, 2024) – a musical farce from Sondheim and Wheeler (the duo who brought you Sweeney Todd), featuring Send in the Clowns

Learn more about the Main Stage season selections here.

Our Second Stage “Wait ‘Til You See This” series will be announced in Spring, 2023.

Subscribe to Season 27 today!

A Note from the Artistic Director

Let’s begin again.

So, the song goes.

Or we could carry on doing, as we have done.  For me, the theatre is both.  Each time we embark on a new play, we collect around us a new family.  We immerse ourselves in a new society with a new point or points of view.  And we see the world, or strive to, through the eyes of another.  That sounds a lot like empathy to me.  It sounds a lot like an investment in the future.  The theatre isn’t dying.  No, rather, it is dead.  Really.  As of last night.  But the good news is: tonight it is reborn.  And in that rebirth, hope.  Where does hope lie, in this age?  Come to the theatre.  Tonight.  And find out.