North Carolina Theatre, the region’s premiere nonprofit professional regional theatre has made the difficult decision to postpone its production of Sister Act, scheduled for February 8-13, 2022, at the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Raleigh. The production will be postponed out of an abundance of caution and for safety reasons due to the current state of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) crisis.
About North Carolina Theatre
Established in 1984, North Carolina Theatre is Raleigh’s premier non-profit professional regional theatre. With its successful formula of producing top quality musicals with top national performers and local talent, North Carolina Theatre has been instrumental in the revitalization of downtown Raleigh over the years. Through its Conservatory, it has provided exceptional arts training to hundreds of local youths. By offering broad access to live theatre, while strengthening economic growth, the organization continues to fortify the cultural vitality of the region. North Carolina Theatre is funded in part by the City of Raleigh based on recommendations of the Raleigh Arts Commission.
RALEIGH – North Carolina is preparing for heavy rainfall and possible flooding on Friday and Saturday from the remnants of Hurricane Ian. Governor Cooper reminds residents that now is the time to complete their personal preparations. "While we don't yet know exactly how this storm will impact our state, it's clear that this will be a significant rain event for much of North Carolina and now is the time for people to get prepared," said Governor Cooper. "We are tracking the storm closely and strongly encourage everyone across the state to have an emergency kit and emergency plan in place."