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TR In Concert: Eva Noblezada at Theatre Raleigh

Dates: (8/3/2024 )

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Theatre Raleigh


6638 Old Wake Forest Road
Raleigh,NC 27616

Tickets: $70-$100

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Eva Noblezada won a Grammy and was nominated for a Tony for starring on Broadway as the original Euridice in Hadestown. It was Eva’s second Tony nomination in her first two Broadway roles, following her earlier nod in the title role of Miss Saigon in 2017.

Eva also starred in Hadestown at the National Theatre in London and in the West End revivals of Miss Saigon and Les Misérables. Eva starred as Daisy in the world premiere musical adaptation of The Great Gatsby at Paper Mill Playhouse. She was recently featured in the Amblin feature Easter Sunday and as the lead in the AppleTV+ animated film Luck. Previously, she starred for director Diane Paragas in the acclaimed Sony Pictures film Yellow

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Theatre Raleigh Frequently Asked Questions FAQ

Theatre Raleigh is at 6638 Old Wake Forest Road, Raleigh, NC.

Theatre Raleigh is professional, non-profit theatre company based in Raleigh, North Carolina. It grew out of the original “Hot Summer Nights at the Kennedy” Series, begun in 2005 by K.D. Kennedy Jr. and his son, Michael Kennedy. The series operated out of the K.D. and Sara Lynn Kennedy Theatre, a 133-seat black box space around the back of the Duke Energy Center performing arts complex. In 2009, Lauren Kennedy Brady took over the series from her father and brother, building it into a year-round professional company that she renamed Theatre Raleigh. The organization officially incorporated as a nonprofit in 2013. Under Kennedy-Brady’s leadership, Theatre Raleigh has grown into one of the top theatre destinations in the Triangle, employing both local professionals and Broadway veterans. The company still continues its beloved Summer Series, but has expanded its programming to include a Family Series, a new works initiative, various concert events, and a number of educational components.

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