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In <i>Versus</i>, This Year's Crop of UNC Studio Art MFA Graduates Take a Long View of Immediate Crises

In Versus, This Year's Crop of UNC Studio Art MFA Graduates Take a Long View of Immediate Crises

The exhibit runs at the Ackland Art Museum in Chapel Hill through May 13.

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Hand to God, an Irreverent-to-Blasphemous Broadway Farce, Casts a Possibly Demonic Sock Puppet in an Unlikely Morality Play

Theater The show starring Ira David Wood IV runs at Theatre in the Park through Sunday, May 6.

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Star Pocket Theatre's Debut Production, The Member of the Wedding, Shows Predictable Growing Pains and a Promising Future

Theater Carson McCullers's 1950 play runs at Visual Art Exchange through Sunday, April 29.

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Kristin Clotfelter's Pensive Dance with Cardboard Boxes and Other Highlights of Tobacco Road's Annual Showcase

Theater In another highlight, Alyssa Noble and Allie Pfeffer’s risible duet And We’re Back took a page from Monica Bill Barnes’s recent work, exposing the labor behind a polished dance.

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High School Activists Keep Leading the Fight Against School Shootings as a Teen-Driven Comedy Fundraiser for Parkland Bubbles Up in Raleigh

Comedy Improv 4 Parkland has two shows at Comedy Worx on Sunday, April 22.

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Bob Trotman’s Larger-Than-Life, Sometimes Automated Sculptures of Bosses and Office Workers Expose the Vices Behind a Signal American Virtue

Arts Feature Trotman's exhibit Business as Usual runs at the Gregg Museum of Art & Design through July.

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You Are Here, NCMA’s Immersive Experience in Light and Sound, Tempers Wild Extravagance with Themes of Sacred, Shared Humanity

Arts Feature The innovative exhibit runs at the museum through July.

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In Leaving Eden, an Early-Twentieth-Century Cotton Mill and a Modern Pork Plant Are the Axles of Racially Violent Cycles

Theater The premiere run of Mike Wiley and Laurelyn Dossett's music-heavy play is at PlayMakers through April 22.

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David Henderson Plays Nine Characters in The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey, Some More Convincing than Others

Theater Honest Pint Theatre Co.'s challenging solo show runs at Peace University through April 21.

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Lessons Unlearned in Mike Wiley's Leaving Eden, a Tale of Immigrant Rights, Racial Strife, and Small-Town N.C. Politics

Theater Wiley's new show with songwriter Laurelyn Dossett premieres at PlayMakers this week.

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Alexis Pauline Gumbs’s Groundbreaking Poetic Trilogy Engaging with Black Feminist Scholars Continues in M Archive: After the End of the World

Lit Local The visionary book by the Durham-based "poet, activist, and queer black troublemaker" recently came out on Duke University Press.

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In Un-Becoming Ailey, Daniel B. Coleman Chávez Unlearns an Oppressive Past in Dance and Reconstructs It as an Empowered Trans Person

Theater The multimedia dance performance runs in UNC's Process Series March 30 and 31.

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In Frivolous Artist, Ginger Wagg Dances Around the Usual Relationship Between Performers and Audiences to Highlight Our Significance and Question Her Own

Theater Wagg's performance installation premieres at the Fruit in the DIDA season this weekend and next.

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A Report From the First Weekend of the Bull City Black Theatre Festival

Theater The festival indicates that African-American artists will keep soaring to greater heights as Durham’s skyline does.

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Plays About LGBTQ History Are Plentiful in the Triangle. We Need Them All. But Isn’t It Time to Look Ahead?

Theater We know we can get things good, fast, or cheap, but seldom all three at once. Likewise, when it comes to plays with queer themes in the Triangle, it seems we can get them new, relevant, or well-attended.

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Cocreator Kevin Eastman Went for a Modest Underground Comics Career. He Started an Independent Pop-Culture Dynasty Instead.

Arts Feature Eastman is one of dozens of guests appearing at NC Comicon: Oak City at the Raleigh Convention Center this weekend.

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Many thanks for the review, Chris Vitiello. There are two things I would like to clarify as the exhibition curator. …

by L Turner on In Versus, This Year's Crop of UNC Studio Art MFA Graduates Take a Long View of Immediate Crises (Arts Feature)

By reading this article we can understand the value of technology, as the technology is using for the purpose of …

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Great article , very well written which made the article more exciting …

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Point well taken. I wish more people had seen HE/SHE AND ME at The Womens' Theatre Festival, an intriguing original …

by Jerry Sipp on Plays About LGBTQ History Are Plentiful in the Triangle. We Need Them All. But Isn’t It Time to Look Ahead? (Theater)

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Many thanks for the review, Chris Vitiello. There are two things I would like to clarify as the exhibition curator. …

by L Turner on In Versus, This Year's Crop of UNC Studio Art MFA Graduates Take a Long View of Immediate Crises (Arts Feature)

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