2020-2021 Season

Welcome to Center Stage Theatre’s 2019-2020 Season!

Season and Individual tickets for all of Center Stage Theatre’s productions are available at the Paramount Box Office. Season Tickets (a savings of 50% off the individual ticket price!) may be purchased online by clicking here (use the links below to purchase individual tickets online), over the phone at (919) 583-8432 or in-person at the Theatre located at 139 South Center Street in Historic Downtown Goldsboro. Season Tickets are always available at a highly discounted until the Season Premiere has passed.

A Covid Christmas Carol

Friday, December 11th at 7:30 PM
Saturday, December 12th at 3 PM and 7:30 PM
Sunday, December 13th at 3 PM
at The Paramount Theatre
139 South Center Street Historic Downtown Goldsboro.
Call (919) 583-8432, visit the Paramount Theatre Box Office, or click here to purchase tickets online.

In this year full of unexpected twists and turns, Center Stage Theatre is proud to be returning to the Paramount Theater this December with A Covid Christmas Carol. Charles Dickens’ classic holiday tale will be brought to life as you’ve never seen it: by five socially distanced performers who will portray all the characters you know and love. This version will have heart and laughs, bah humbug and Christmas cheer, and it promises to be fun for the whole family. Please join us for A Covid Christmas Carol for a night of holiday fun, and God bless us, everyone!

Play On!

Feb. 25-27 7:30 p.m.
Feb. 28 3:00 p.m.
Wayne County Museum
116 N William St., Goldsboro, NC 28365

One plucky community theatre is about to produce a show called Murder Most Foul, a new “murder mystery play” with the same title as an Agatha Christie novel but with no relation whatsoever. The director/theatre manager, Gerry, thought producing the play was a good idea since the inexperienced playwright has agreed to let the company perform the show for no charge. Gerry, however, had no idea what disasters awaited her: the show is hilariously amateur, the “murder mystery” plot doesn’t really have a murder, and to top it off the playwright keeps changing the story and script only two days from its premiere! It doesn’t help that the cast is disgruntled, and the playwright accidentally deletes the entire sound effect board. All of the disasters come to fruition in Act III when the company performs the actual show with hilarious mishaps as every turn. Play On! is a hilarious love letter to community theatre.