About Us

Our Story

In 1962, no one would have imagined that a small group of local actors would one day evolve into one of the finest theatres in the state. It all began with a two-show season starting with the classic Dicken’s A Christmas Carol performed at Alexander Graham Junior High and the courtroom drama The Night of January 16th performed at the Fayetteville Courthouse. Everything from props to lights was borrowed. This small group of enthusiasts, under the leadership of former Playmaker Bo Thorp, formed the Fayetteville Little Theatre. With the community’s support, funds were raised to renovate the building incorporate two adjacent buildings. On the advice of State Senators Tony Rand, Lura Tally, and others, the theatre changed its name to Cape Fear Regional Theatre.

CFRT features a three-story complex with a 300-seat main stage and contracts actors, writers, and designers from throughout the country. CFRT’s six-show main stage season and robust education and outreach programs serve over 49,000 audience members a year from all ages and varying socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds including nearly 22,000 students from around the region. CFRT is grateful for the community support from which it was born and still blooms.

Artistic Director

Mary Kate Burke, Artistic Director

Burke, a Connecticut native, is a graduate of Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. She joins CFRT after nearly 20 years of experience as a Director, Dramaturge, Assistant Director, and Artistic Director. She got her start as an Assistant Director to film legend Arthur Penn (director of Bonnie & Clyde and The Miracle Worker) working on the two-time TONY-Award-winning Broadway production of Fortune’s Fool. She also assistant directed for Jonathan Lynn (My Cousin Vinny, Clue, and The Whole Nine Yards) on the off-Broadway production of A Mother. A Daughter. And A Gun. starring Olympia Dukakis. Her most recent directing credit is Nick Jr. Live’s Move to the Music, a national tour of nine of your favorite Nickelodeon brands, which is toured across the country in 2020.

She came to CFRT from Dede Harris Productions, a nine-time, TONY Award-winning commercial producing office. She served as the Director of Programming for the New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF), the largest musical theatre festival in the United States. Burke spearheaded the effort to create autism friendly performances for the children’s series at NYMF, and raised foundation funding to underwrite these performances. Before that Burke was Producing Artistic Director for three seasons at Millbrook Playhouse in Mill Hall, Pennsylvania. Burke says, “The best regional theatre is a driver of the economy and tourism, nurtures and develops local talent, exposes the community to national talent, and tells great stories. Theatre reminds us to have empathy and listen while being entertained and inspired. The next season at CFRT will continue to build on 55 years of excellence!”

Founding Artistic Director

Bo Thorp, Founding Artistic Director

“Your vision, when few dared to dream; your passion, when few had the energy to persevere; and your skill, when few had the talent to manage, have helped transform this community’s image into a vibrant cultural arts center in this region of the nation.” Representative Rick Glazier on the occasion of the presentation of the Order of the Long Leaf Pine to Bo Thorp (2003) Cape Fear Regional Theatre’s Founding Artistic Director Olga “Bo” Thorp first stepped onto a stage in an elementary school play in Columbia, South Carolina and hasn’t left it since.

Since graduating from Carolina Playmakers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Bo has starred, directed, choreographed, produced, painted sets and, by the sheer force of will and personality, grown a theatre, a wonderful marriage and two sons of incredible heart, intelligence and compassion. Bo and her husband, Herbert, arrived in Fayetteville in 1960 and joined others in the community to create the Fayetteville Little Theatre. In 1962, on not much more than a wing and a prayer, FLT produced its first play, The Night of January 16th. In 1981, FLT hired Bo as its Artistic Director, the sole paid staff position, on a total budget of under $50,000. Today, after 2 extraordinarily successful capital campaigns, the regional theatre has a full-time staff of thirteen, eight part time, and over a hundred artists annually.

With a budget of over $1.6 million, a robust Board of Directors, CFRT produces plays of stunning national quality. Bo Thorp has developed a unique system of teaming professional artists and technicians with amateurs from our community. As a result, CFRT has become a training ground, and many amateurs have gone on to theatre careers regionally and beyond. Bo’s work has been seen in several hundred plays in Fayetteville, Ft. Bragg, Chapel Hill, and the Southeastern United States, and she has been honored with these prestigious awards: The Order of the Long Leaf Pine (2003), Methodist University’s Outstanding Woman Entrepreneur Awards (2008), Fayetteville Music Hall of Fame Inductee (2009), Fayetteville Cumberland County Chamber of Commerce Realtor Cup (2009), and The North Carolina Award (2009): the highest civilian honor awarded by the state.

Our Mission & Values

Our Mission

Cape Fear Regional Theatre is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We believe in the power of storytelling and the visceral impact of live theatre. We strive for the highest standards of excellence in our artistic work, educational offerings, and outreach efforts. We provide the region a place to come together to laugh harder, think deeper, share our experiences and grow as a community.

Our Vision

Cape Fear Regional Theatre will be nationally recognized as the leading arts organization in Southeastern North Carolina. CFRT will transform the way a new generation engages in the communal act of live theatre. Leveraging our position as a creative cornerstone, we will enhance the quality of life and the vitality of our community.

Our Values

Excellence: CFRT demands excellence throughout our creative endeavors.

Engaging Programming: CFRT believes live theatre is a contact sport. The actual, physical exchange of energy between actors and audience is the single most powerful element of live theatre and we choose stories that move us and artists that speak from the heart.

Artistic Risk: CFRT is willing to be constantly challenged, reserving the right to take artistic risks, to make mistakes, and to learn from our experiences.

Imagination: CFRT is committed to innovation, to going beyond the mundane, to challenging our creative levels and those of our artists, technicians, and audiences.

Community: CFRT seeks to create and maintain a close connection between artist and audience. We are united in the shared experience of the theatre, in finding the common threads that bind us together.

Education: CFRT understands the value of theatre in lifelong learning, and accepts the responsibility to train the next generation of theatre artists and audiences. We believe great theatre should garner curiosity, create empathy for the lives of others, and inspire creative thinking for all involved.

Inclusion: CFRT embraces its role as a place where our community can come together. We think the diversity of our region should be reflected on and offstage, and the “Great Stories Told Here” should be stories that are relevant to and reflective of our entire community.

Collaboration: CFRT recognizes theatre is a collaborative art form. We are at our best when the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Teamwork is a creative force and CFRT actively seeks partnerships with other organizations to mutually benefit our community.

Respect: CFRT lives by the principle that everyone who walks through our doors deserves to be treated with generosity of spirit and respect.

Sustainability: CFRT realizes we must uphold the trust of our donor community. We are committed to effective and appropriate management of our resources, coupled with forward thinking investment in our future.

Board of Directors


We are always looking for talented individuals to add to our creative and administrative staff. Cape Fear Regional Theatre provides a fun, fast paced working environment with many opportunities to learn and grow. If you don’t see a position that is a fit for your skills, please check back often, as our staffing needs are continuously evolving as we grow.

Current Openings:

We are not currently hiring any staff positions. See below about volunteer opportunities! 

About CFRT: Cape Fear Regional Theatre, located in Fayetteville North Carolina, was founded in 1962. Now in its 60th year, CFRT is a 501(c)3 non-profit with a $1.7 million operating budget, and a dedicated staff of 14. Each year, CFRT presents award winning mainstage productions and a full spectrum of Education and Outreach programs including classes and camps for ages 6 to 19, adult education, and community outreach initiatives. CFRT fully owns its centrally located building that houses a 285-seat mainstage theatre, scenic and costume shops, administrative offices, and adjacent education center. Fayetteville is the sixth largest and among the most diverse cities in North Carolina. We are proud to be part of this big city with a small-town vibe, and to both reflect and highlight its magnificent diversity.

CFRT exists, at its core, to produce six mainstage musicals and plays that touch people’s hearts and minds. A shared experience around a live performance brings us into greater conversation and connection with our neighbors and sends us out to live fully, freely, and bravely. The theatre is a place of safety and expression, and we passionately welcome all ages, races, creeds, genders, and abilities.


Protect the Team. The Board, Leadership, and Staff are on the same team and must be each other’s best supporters and strongest advocates.

Strive for Excellence. In all things, from mainstage production to education classes to outreach initiatives. We are constantly learning, listening, and adapting to better meet the needs of our community, operate more efficiently, and embrace a wider and more diverse constituency.

Safety. Excellence is unattainable without emotionally and physically safe working conditions. We maintain an open-door policy between Staff, Leadership, and the Board. We seek out training and opportunities that enable us to engage more empathetically and supportively with our colleagues, artists, and audiences.

Honesty & Integrity. We acknowledge when we have made mistakes, or when there is work to be done to make a program, relationship, or idea stronger and more beautiful. We seek to listen and act without whining, without defensiveness, without fear, knowing that honest communication and integrity-based decision making create the most fertile ground for creativity and collaboration.

Creativity. Our imaginations are among our strongest assets, and when everything from artistic work to marketing, development, and administration, to the building itself reflect creativity, joy, and play, our branding is strengthened and our mission is fully expressed.

Cape Fear Regional Theatre is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.


We are always looking for overhire to assist in scenery, costumes, lights, and sound! If you are interested in working with us, please reach out to production@cfrt.org.


Need volunteer hours or just enjoy being involved? We can help! You can sign up to volunteer in the following departments:

  • Production (scenery, costumes, lights, sound)
  • Administration
  • Box Office
  • Usher/Front of House
  • Education

Click here to fill out our Volunteer Form!

Group Sales

Planning a birthday party? Looking for the perfect place to host a corporate gathering? Have a big group of friends that love special experiences?! Group bookings receive an incredible deal on tickets as well as discounted use of event space for pre-show gathering and receptions! 

GROUPS 10+ receive 20% off, one complimentary ticket per 20 tickets booked, and a 20% discount on event space! 

GROUPS 25+ receive 25% off, one complimentary ticket per 20 tickets booked, & a 25% discount on event space! 

GROUPS 50+ receive 25% off, one complimentary ticket per 20 tickets booked, complimentary use of event space before the show, and a special mention of your group in the curtain speech! 

CFRT places a high priority on the safety of our audiences, artists, and staff and follows CDC and arts union guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Masks are currently recommended but not required at performances.

Group Sales Policies: 25% of the total amount is due at the time of booking. A final headcount and payment are due 2 weeks prior to the performance. If the reservation is cancelled before the two week mark, CFRT will retain 10% of the original deposit. If the reservation is cancelled after the two week mark CFRT will retain the full 25% deposit. 

For more info, contact Tierra Holmes at business@cfrt.org or 910.323.4234 x254


Create a unique and unforgettable experience by hosting your next party at CFRT! Combine ticket discounts and discounted party room rentals for an event that is sure to be talked about for years. Perfect for Birthdays, Special Events, Corporate Appreciation Events, Social Club Events, or anytime you want to get a group together for a special experience!

Pricing Info:
10-24 people: 20% ticket & 25% room discount.
25-49 people: 25% ticket & 50% room discount.
50+ people: 25% ticket discount & FREE room rental!
Special character experiences and photo opportunities available for additional charges. Outside food and beverage permitted.

To begin your CFRT Party Experience, call 910.323.4234 ext 229.

Download our Complete Facility Rental Agreement for more information about facility rental.

Past Productions

(* World Premier)

The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
The Wizard of Oz
Clue: On Stage
The Color Purple

Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill
Murder For Two

Mamma Mia!
No Child…
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
The Santaland Diaries
Shrek: The Musical
Murder for Two

*Music City
Peter & the Starcatcher
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
Trumbo: Red, White, & Blacklisted
The Cake
17th Annual Blues-n-Brews
Lumbees: Women of Dark Water

Wait Until Dark
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
Sense & Sensibility
16th Annual Blues-n-Brews

Million Dollar Quartet
Henry V
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
Disney’s The Little Mermaid
Love Letters
Intimate Apparel
Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery
Caroline, or Change
15th Annual Blues-n-Brews

Man of La Mancha
Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
The Wiz
*Downrange: Voices from the Homefront
Arsenic & Old Lace
Ring of Fire
Hedwig and the Angry Inch
13th Annual Blues n’ Brews

Monty Python’s Spamalot
The Bluest Eye
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
SantaLand Diaries
The Three Musketeers
Ain’t Misbehavin’
The Trip to Bountiful
Avenue Q
12th Annual Blues n’ Brews

The Little Prince
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
The SantaLand Diaries
Fiddler on the Roof
The Piano Lesson
The 39 Steps
Return to the Forbidden Planet
11th Annual Blues ‘n Brews

Jesus Christ Superstar
Around the World in 80 Days
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
Legally Blonde: The Musical
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
The Parchman Hour
Pride and Prejudice
Cotton Patch Gospel
10th Annual Blues ‘n Brews

Night of January 16th
Miss Saigon
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
Encore! Fifty Fabulous Years- The Golden Gala
The Spitfire Grill
On Golden Pond
A Closer Walk With Patsy Cline
An Evening With Bo
9th Annual Blues ‘n Brews

Fayetteville Has Talent
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
A View From the Bridge
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
Our Town
I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change
Hank Williams: Lost Highway
8th Annual Blues ‘n Brews

Fayetteville Has Talent
The Full Monty
White Christmas
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
Peter Pan
Les Miserables: School Edition
The Member of the Wedding
Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks
7th Annual Blues ‘n Brews

Lend Me A Tenor
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
West Side Story
The Odd Couple
River Show: Encore
Driving Miss Daisy
6th Annual Blues ‘n Brews
Disney’s High School Musical 2

Twelve Angry Men
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
Singin’ in the Rain
Porgy & Bess
Good Ol’ Girls
Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story
5th Annual Blues ‘n Brews

The Last Five Years
Thoroughly Modern Millie
2nd Annual Cross Creek Music Festival
How to Eat Like A Child
Closer Than Ever
Tuesdays with Morrie
The Foreigner
Smoke on the Mountain Homecoming
4th Annual Blues ‘n Brews Festival
Disney’s High School Musical

Children of Eden
Cross Creek Music Festival
Top of the Bottom Half
Sacred Cows
Steel Magnolias
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
Disney’s Beauty and The Beast
Lunch at the Piccadilly
A Raisin in the Sun
Wildwood Flowers
3rd Annual Blues ‘n Brews Festival

The Wizard of Oz
Morning’s At Seven
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Idols of the King
Cross Creek Music Fesitval II
The Top of The Bottom Half
Paying the Price
The Fayetteville Idol II
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
A Pocketful of Rhymes
The Good Times Revue
2nd Annual Blues ‘n Brews Festival

Kiss Me Kate
The Woman in Black
Big River
To Kill A Mockingbird
A Grand Night For Singing
The First Annual Cross Creek Music Festival
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
Let’s Get Happy, New Year’s Eve Revue
Wendy Sounds Off!
Annabelle Broom, The Unhappy Witch
Pumpboys and Dinettes
1st Annual Blues ‘n Brews Festival
The Fayetteville Idol
The Good Times Revue

Annie Get Your Gun
Proof My Way, A Tribute to Frank Sinatra
Traveling Notes
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
Let’s Get Happy, New Year’s Eve Revue
*Let ‘er Fly

Smokey Joe’s Café
Angel Street
The Music Man
Over the River and Through The Woods
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
The Good Times Revue VII
Nashville Bound

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Twelfth Night
South Pacific
The World Goes Round
The Good Times Revue VI
A Holiday Cabaret with Lisa Layne
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
King Mackeral and The Blues Are Running
Snow White Goes West

The Old Settler
My Fair Lady
Cat On A Hot Tin Roof
I Love You, Your Perfect, Now Change
O, Joy Too
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
The Good Times Revue V
*Polyester and More

State Fair
The King & I
Romeo & Juliet
The Last Night of Ballyhoo
O, Joy
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
The Stars Are Out
The Good Times Revue IV
Phantom of the Country Opera

The Most Happy Fella
The Gin Game
The Sound of Music
The Floatplane Notebooks
Sophisticated Ladies Beehive
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
A Tuna Christmas
The Good Times Revue III
Bravo Broadway III Family Reunion
*Polyester: The 70’s Musical

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
The Secret Garden
One Flew Over the Cukcoo’s Nest
A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline
All I Want For Christmas Is…
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
The Good Times Revue II
Bravo Broadway II
Bubba And Betty Sue Get Married
Dream, Dream, Dream

Of Mice and Men
Crazy for You
The Sisters Rosensweig
Forever Plaid
A Tuna Christmas
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
The Good Times Review
CFRT’s Evening with the Fayetteville Symphony
The Marsha Norman Event
The Annual River Show

A Thousand Clowns
Radio Gals
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
The Good Times are Killing Me
Same Time, Next Year
Dear Ms. Dare (at Peace College)
She Loves Me
Inherit the Wind
Five Guys Named Moe
Woody Guthrie’s American Song

Don’t Count Your Chickens
Guys and Dolls
Shirley Valentine
A Few Good Men
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
Tar Heel Voices
Nunsense II
Pumpboys and Dinettes
Free to Be You and Me

My One and Only
See How They Run
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
Love Letters
Once on this Island
Lost in Yonkers
The River Show with the Shady Grove Band and the Swamp Cats
Dirty Work at the CrossRoads
Don’t Count Your Chickens
Until They Cry Wolf
One World
New Orleans New Year

42nd Street
Lend Me A Tenor
A Day in Hollywood, A Night in the Ukraine
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
Dear Ms. Dare (NC Writer’s Conference)
Other People’s Money
Henry the 8th at the Grand Ol’ Opry

Me And My Girl
Yours, Anne
By Lerner, By Lowe
Walking Across Egypt
The Boys Next Door
Oil City Symphony
Driving Miss Daisy
Smoke on the Mountain
The Gift of the Magi

Big River
*Cool Spring
Something’s Afoot
Our Town
A Christmas Carol
Hot Time on the River Tonight

Steel Magnolias
The Immigrant
Ain’t Misbehavin’
Anything Goes
Social Security
Pumpboys and Dinettes
*Peace, Love & Rock ‘N Roll

Little Shop of Horrors
Listen to My Song
One for Me, One for You
Greater Tuna
A…My Name is Alice
Private Contentment
As Is One Mo’ Time

Brighton Beach Memoirs
The 1940’s Radio Hour
The Foreigner
Jerry’s Girls Diamond Studs
River Renaissance IV

Razzle, Dazzle
The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas
Greater Tuna They’re Playing our Song
A Coupla White Chicks Sitting Around Talking
On Golden Pond
King Mackeral & The Blues are Running
River Renaissance III

Razzle, Dazzle
Pumpboys and Dinettes (NCTC Competition)
Peter Pan
Tally’s Folly
River Renaissance II
Cotton Patch Gospel

Razzle, Dazzle
Amahl and the Night Visitors
Children of a Lesser God
Crimes of the Heart
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
River Renaissance I
Pumpboys and Dinettes (1st Play at the River)

The Importance of Being Earnest
Encore Babes in Toyland
*One for Me, One for You
*Vive, Lafayette
The Robber Bridegroom

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
I Love My Wife
A Christmas Carol
The Women
Death of a Salesman
The Wiz
Snow White Goes West

Hello, Dolly!
A Christmas Carol
Member of the Wedding Chapter II

Man of La Mancha
The Corn is Green
Norman, is that You?
Becket The Great White Hope

The Sound of Music
The Last Meeting of the Nights of the White Magnolia
Born Yesterday
Indians Raisin
Cinderella (FBPH)

The King & I
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Come Blow Your Horn
The Male Animal
Jack and The Beanstalk (FBPH)
I Do, I Do
Sweet Charity

Li’l Abner Harvey
Snow White (FBPH)
The Miracle Worker
Jesus Christ Superstar

The Prisoner of Second Avenue
When You Comin’ Back
Red Ryder
Forty Carats
The Highland Call
The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail

Hatful of Rain
6 Rms Riv Vu
Happy Birthday, Wanda Jane

Peter Pan
The Owl and The Pussycat
The Effects of Gamma Rays on the Man-in-the-Moon
The Andersonville Trial

The Fantasticks
Butterflies are Free
Stop the World I Want to Get Off
Look Homeward Angel

I Never Sang for My Father
You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown
Child’s Play
Fiddler on the Roof

Bye Bye Birdie
Snow White
Cactus Flower
Dark of the Moon
Man of La  Mancha

Sweet Bird of Youth
You Know I Can’t Hear You When the Water’s Running
Christmas Snow (A Christmas Carol & Snow White)
The Rainmaker
The Lion in Winter

Barefoot in the Park
Tobacco Road
A Christmas Carol
A Thousand Clowns
South Pacific

Under the Elms
You Can’t Take it With You
Alice in Wonderland
Carnival Summer and Smoke
The Lady’s Not for Burning

A Streetcar Named Desire
Never Too Late
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
Three One-Act Plays

Teahouse of the August Moon
Private Lives
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
Damn Yankees
The Crucible

The Girls in 509
A Christmas Carol
The Wizard of Oz
Guys and Dolls
J.B. H.M.S. Pinafore

Blithe Spirit
A Christmas Carol
Solid Gold Cadillac
An Evening with Shakespeare

A Christmas Carol
The Night of January 16th

In The News

For The Press

January 2, 2023- CFRT Announces Matilda the Musical

September 8, 2022- CFRT Receives Grant Assistance From The Arts Council

June 17, 2022- CFRT Receives Summertime Kids Grant from Cumberland Community Foundation, Inc.

May 16, 2022- CFRT Announces 2022-2023 Season

November 11, 2021- CFRT Announces 30th Anniversary Production of “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever”

September 13, 2021- CFRT receives grant assistance from the Arts Council

August 13, 2021- Local Organizations Join Forces for Fayetteville 9/11 Remembrance Weekend

June 15, 2021- CFRT announces 2021-2022 60th anniversary season

June 11, 2021- CFRT receives Summertime Kids grant from Cumberland Community Foundation, Inc.

November 3, 2020- CFRT announces added week of ‘Cabaret Under the Stars’

September 30, 2020- CFRT postpones 30thanniversary of “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever,” announces new winter camp

September 24, 2020- Cape Fear Regional Theatre puts Arts Council grant to good use

September 18, 2020- Cape Fear Regional Theatre to present outdoor production of “Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill”

September 2, 2020- Cape Fear Regional Theatre Announces Receipt of 40th Anniversary Cumberland Community Foundation, Inc. Grant

August 7, 2020- Cape Fear Regional Theatre Announces New After Care Program To Complement CCS Virtual Schedule

July 13, 2020- Cape Fear Regional Theatre Receives A National Endowment Of The Arts Grant As Part Of The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, And Economic Security (Cares) Act

Past Seasons

‘Murder For Two’ a comic whodunit set to music– The Fayetteville Observer, March 1, 2020

Cape Fear Regional Theatre presents ‘Murder For Two‘- Up & Coming Weekly, March 3, 2020

Fayetteville theaters raising curtain on 2020 productions– The Fayetteville Observer, Jan. 16, 2020

‘Shrek’ opens at Cape Fear Regional Theatre– Up & Coming Weekly, Jan. 21, 2020

Cape Fear Regional Theatre’s ‘Shrek’ chases away the winter blues– The Fayetteville Observer, Jan. 27, 2020

Cape Fear Regional Theatre’s ‘Shrek: The Musical’ is enchanting– Up & Coming Weekly, Jan. 28, 2020

Cape Fear Regional Theatre: Shrek– RDU On Stage, Jan. 31, 2020

“Shrek: The Musical” Extended at Cape Fear Regional Theatre– CBS 17, Feb. 17, 2020

‘Best Christmas Pageant Ever’ returns to Cape Fear Regional Theatre– Up & Coming Weekly, Nov. 26, 2019

Theater offers family, adult take on Christmas– The Fayetteville Observer, Nov. 30, 2019

‘No Child…’ takes audiences into the classroom– The Fayetteville Observer, Oct. 26, 2019

‘No Child…’ explores the education system– Up & Coming Weekly, Oct. 28, 2019

“No Child…” brings classroom alive at Cape Fear Regional Theatre– The Fayetteville Observer, Nov. 4, 2019

‘No Child…’ presents the ongoing struggle in public education– Up & Coming Weekly, Nov. 5, 2019

Cape Fear Regional Theatre is presenting “Mamma Mia!”– The Fayetteville Observer, Sept. 6, 2019

CFRT presents ‘Mamma Mia!’– Up & Coming Weekly, Sept. 9, 2019

Strong performances highlight CFRT’s season opener– The Fayetteville Observer, Sept. 16, 2019

Take a chance on ‘Mamma Mia!’– Up & Coming Weekly, Sept. 16, 2019

Address: 1209 Hay Street
Fayetteville, NC 28305
Phone: 910.323.4234
Box Office Info
Phone: 910.323.4233
Closed Mondays
Tuesday – Friday 1:00 – 6:00
Saturdays 2:00-6:30 (only on show dates)
Sundays 2:00 – 4:00 (only on show dates)
Business Office
Phone: 910.323.4234
Entrance: The Business Office entrance is on the Highland Avenue entrance on the side of the theatre in between Highland Presbyterian Church and the theatre.
Business Office Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

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