Indy Week: 4 STARS! A loopy musical send-up with a heart: this Drowsy Chaperone’s no sleeper
Triangle A&E Review: THE DROWSY CHAPERONE a "Must-See Musical"
Broadway World Review: Raleigh Natives Shine in THE DROWSY CHAPERONE
N&O Preview: 'Chaperone' Brings 2 Stars Home
First Look: THE DROWSY CHAPERONE Rehearsals
Clay Aiken talks life in the Triangle and his return to NCT Stage
Clay Aiken "Comes Full Circle" with DROWSY CHAPERONE (Feature by Walter Magazine)
Coming full circle With Clay Aiken
Clay Aiken and Tony Winner Beth Leavel Will Star in NCT's Drowsy Chaperone
N&O Review: NERDS Musical Will Keep Tech-Savvy Audiences Laughing
Broadway-Aimed NERDS premieres in NC Jan 18th
Nerds, a new musical about Steve Jobs and Bill Gates, premieres in Raleigh
November 28, 2012
SHREK The Musical brings magic to Raleigh
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The Vision of North Carolina Theatre is to preserve the unique American art form of musical theatre, to provide broad access to the arts and to entertain and engage diverse audiences.
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