RedBird's 2022/23 Season

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by John Logan

March 3-11, 2023
@ Durham Bottling Company
506 Ramseur St., Durham, NC

There comes a moment when you must choose to stand your ground, take the next step, throw in the towel, or pass the torch. Under the critical eye of his young assistant, iconic abstract painter Mark Rothko wrestles with the process of creating his now-famous Seagrams murals. Join us for this powerfully intimate exploration of integrity, mortality, and artistic legacy.

Cast:  Trevon Carr, Derrick Ivey

Director:  Jeff Storer

Production Team: JJ Bauer, Chuck Catotti,

Sonya Drum

Seating limited to 50.

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Regional Premiere of
a North Carolina Play

Summer 2023 (Dates TBA)

Redbird is honored and excited to close our season with a fully staged production of a script by a North Carolina playwright. 

More than 50 North Carolina playwrights submitted scripts for consideration!

We're now hunkered down for a few weeks of intense reading, analysis, and discussion; and plan to make an announcement in early January. 

Stay tuned!

Tickets available Spring 2023
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A Doll's House, Part 2

by Lucas Hnath

November 12-19, 2022
@ Durham Bottling Company,
506 Ramseur St., Durham, NC

RedBird was proud to launch our inaugural season with this bitingly witty sequel to a theater classic. 

Cast:  David Berberian, Lenore Field,

Marleigh Purgar-McDonald, Jeri Lynn Schulke

Director: Mark Filiaci

Production Team:  JJ Bauer, Taylor Bugge,

Sean Haggerty, Derrick Ivey, Daniel Levin,

Griffin Matthews, Denise Schumaker

This project was supported by a grant from the Manbites Dog Theater fund.


The Regulator Bookshop has partnered with RedBird to offer an exciting selection of titles associated with the plays in our 22/23 Season. 

RedBird Patrons will receive a 10% discount on book purchases!


RedBird Theater's production of
Lucas Hnath's "A Doll's House, Part 2"
was supported by a grant from the
Manbites Dog Theater Fund.


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