Triad Stage Package

triad stage package

Join us for a wonderful night of professional theatre at “One of the Best Regional Theatres in America.” Our Triad Stage Package includes one night’s gracious accommodations, two tickets to Triad Stage, chauffeured transportation to and from the theatre, $30 credit toward dinner at one of our restaurants, bottle of sparkling wine and housemade chocolate truffles upon your return, a Southern-style breakfast buffet and a late checkout.

To reserve call 336-854-2000 or book online!

Package available on nights Triad Stage has a show. Some blackout dates apply. Visit Triad Stage for full schedule

Current Show

Dracula Triad Stage

Dracula By Bram Stoker Stage Adaptation by Preston Lane

October 20 – November 10, 2019

Bring the garlic and a silver stake, but leave your disbelief at home. A bloodsucking stranger appears in London and has citizens locking their doors and praying for dawn. Join the fight against the darkness that strikes even the purest of hearts.

From the Artistic Director
I love a good scare. There’s nothing as thrilling to me as when I’m part of an audience so completely drawn in by a play we believe the danger on stage is 100% real. Dracula scares us. It is filled with chills and thrills. But it also gets under your skin. The vampire’s evil infects everyone who comes into contact with it—even those determined to destroy it. The story haunts you long after it’s over—and that’s what makes it really terrifying. Learn more about the show.

Upcoming Performances

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, adapted by Preston Lane

November 29 – December 24, 2019

Celebrate the season. Scrooge and the Spirits are headed back for a holiday ghost story of hope and redemption. One night changes everything as the shadows of his past give Ebenezer one last chance for a future. Thrill to the chills and give in to the joy of A Christmas Carol.

It’s a Wonderful Light: A Live Radio Play adapted by Joe Landry

December 1 – 22, 2019

Help an angel earn his wings. A 1940’s live radio broadcast re-imagines the classic story of George Bailey, a man ready to throw it all away before a stranger comes to show him how important he is. Be reminded that we all have a place and celebrate how wonderful life is for the holidays.

Two Wolves and a Lamb by Preston Lane

February 2 – 23, 2020

Let your voice be heard. The local elections in Hawboro, NC pit old friends against each other, and special interests rule. There are no bystanders here. Immerse yourself in the rush of the campaign and become a participant as you vote in the election and decide the end of the story.

Pride & Prejudice by Kate Hamill, based on the novel by Jane Austen

March 22 – April 12, 2020

Shake off the mothballs, this isn’t your grandmother’s Jane Austen. In a world of ball gowns and palatial estates, Mrs. Bennett schemes to find suitable husbands for her daughters, but Elizabeth isn’t so sure – at least not when it comes to the impossible Mr. Darcy. Dance into a world of mixed-up lovers in this irreverent adaptation of the classic romance.

Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill by Lanie Robertson

May 3 – 24, 2020

Come on down to Emerson’s. In a low rent South Philly bar, a legend prepares to perform. It’s 1959 and Billie Holiday is taking the stage for almost the last time, intimately sharing her loves and losses just with you. Give yourself over and be swept away by the singer and the song.