Spencer P. Phillips

Spencer Powell

Spencer Phillips has been writing for CVNC since December 2010. She is a 2011 cum laude graduate of Meredith College. Holding a Bachelor of the Arts degree in Theatre, Spencer now works as an instructor at the Mariposa School for Children with Autism. In the future, Spencer aspires to apply her passion for music and theatre to a career in art therapy for persons with special needs.

Articles by Spencer P. Phillips:

THROUGH 7/30: Winning Is the Only Thing for Theatre Raleigh's Lombardi

Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  July 19, 2017

NC Theatre Conservatory's Youth Shine in Oklahoma!

Musical Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  July 7, 2017

North Carolina Theatre Brings Broadway to the Triangle with Spot-On Spamalot

Musical Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  November 18, 2016

Vocal Talent Shines with North Carolina Symphony's "Broadway at the Booth"

Musical Theatre, Orchestral Music Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  June 24, 2016

Theatre in the Park Is Brave and Effective with The Elephant Man

Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  April 8, 2016

Burning Coal Debuts Spoonface Steinberg in the US

Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  April 7, 2016

Calling All Kid Detectives! Miss Nelson Is Missing at RLT

Children's Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  March 11, 2016

Johnny Mathis Sells Out Opening Night with the NC Symphony

Orchestral Music, Vocal Music Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  February 19, 2016

The Wiz Is Another Brick in the Yellow Brick Road

Musical Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  December 5, 2015

The Color Purple Is a Vibrant End to "Voices that Challenge"

Musical Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  June 14, 2015

David Ives' Adaptation of Pierre Corneille's The Liar at DDT

Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  May 1, 2015

Local Playwrights Showcase New One-Acts at Redbird – Part 1

Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  March 13, 2015

Shakespeare is for Lovers at Raleigh Little Theatre

Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  February 13, 2015

The Mountaintop Challenges Perspectives and Makes Connections

Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  February 6, 2015

Young Potential Thrives within the Triangle Brass Band

Brass Band Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  March 22, 2014

NC Symphony Explores American Minstrelsy with Rhiannon Giddens and the Carolina Chocolate Drops

Orchestral Music, Traditional Music Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  March 14, 2014

Sparks Fly as Old Flames Burn in PlayMakers’ Private Lives

Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  January 25, 2014

Justice Theater Project Revives Black Nativity to Widespread Acclaim

Musical Theatre, Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  December 13, 2013

The North Carolina Symphony Turns Blue – Grass, that is – with Béla Fleck and the NCS' "Bluegrass Band"

Bluegrass, Orchestral Music, Traditional Music Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  September 24, 2013

Burning Coal Presents Ruined, a Rare and Important Production for Raleigh

Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  April 12, 2013

Triad Stage's Reverse Psychology Is A Hilarious Farce

Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  March 14, 2013

Deep Dish Cast Perfectly Flawed in Next to Normal

Musical Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  March 2, 2013

Burning Coal's Good Is Good, Not Great

Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  February 1, 2013

NC Symphony Kids Host Enchantment Theatre Company for Tales of Enchantment

Orchestral Music Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  January 5, 2013

Burning Coal Presents Shakespeare's As You Like It

Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  December 2, 2012

Frost/Nixon Much More than a History Lesson

Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  September 7, 2012

Strong Female Voices Give New Life to Brigadoon

Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  September 6, 2012

Hot Summer Nights | Theatre Raleigh Opens David Mamet's Race

Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  July 25, 2012

Totally 80s!: The North Carolina Symphony Rocks All Ages

Orchestral Music Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  June 23, 2012

Bare Theatre: Let Them Be Heard at Stagville

Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  June 9, 2012

Exit Through Eden Debuts with Proof

Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  April 13, 2012

New Work is a Bit Obscure: Burning Coal Presents Jude the Obscure

Musical Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  April 12, 2012

Art Garfunkel Returns to the Stage with the North Carolina Symphony

Orchestral Music Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  March 3, 2012

1st of 2 REVIEWS: Burning Coal's Man of La Mancha Relates and Inspires

Musical Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  February 2, 2012

Burning Coal Delivers Quality with Mary's Wedding

Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  January 12, 2012

Temple Theatre Welcomes Christmas with A Christmas Carol

Musical Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  December 18, 2011

Raleigh Little Theatre Welcomes the Holidays with Cinderella

Musical Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  December 10, 2011

J&J Debuts New Company with Romulus Linney's Love Drunk

Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  December 2, 2011

Bare Theatre Offers Accessible Shakespeare with Much Ado About Nothing

Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  November 6, 2011

North Carolina Symphony Performs Tchaikovsky's Fifth

Orchestral Music Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  October 14, 2011

Ellen Ciompi: Luck, Love, and ... Lady Gaga?

Vocal Music Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  March 13, 2011

2nd of 2 Reviews - Burning Coal Revives To Kill a Mockingbird

Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  March 11, 2011

Ira David Wood IV Carries on the Family Legacy

Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  December 11, 2010

Raleigh Little Theatre's Cinderella Enchants

Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  December 10, 2010

Inspecting Carol for the Win in the End

Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  December 1, 2010

UNC Pembroke Presents Noises Off

Musical Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  November 20, 2010

UNCG's Alice: A Modern Twist on a Classic Tale

Theatre Review by Spencer P. Phillips,  November 19, 2010