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Musicals and plays running or opening soon include “The Last Days of Judas Iscariot” at Carolina Actors Studio Theatre and “Other Desert Cities” at Actors Theatre of Charlotte.

A new play about Britain's future king is getting rave reviews. Once it would have been theatrical treason.

Angela Houser and Tangela Brown will present their first musical play, “The Resolution,” on April 5 in Gastonia.

Alfred Uhry’s short 1987 drama, now at Theatre Charlotte, holds up beautifully.

Karen Jones Meadows brings one-woman show about activist Tubman to the city that gave her an early boost.

CAST’s good cast doesn’t keep this repetitious drama from outwearing its welcome.

Carolina Actor’s Theater’s production of “Sizwe Bansi is Dead” runs through March 15.

February will be a landmark four weeks in Charlotte theater: Four mainstream companies will do local premieres of plays by prize-winning authors, dramas that define black life across centuries and continents and cultures.

Drama about gifted girl shows triumph over personal turmoil in an African-American home, circa 1964.

Blumenthal’s 2014-15 season will include seven shows currently running in New York, including “Kinky Boots” and “Pippin.”

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