Arts | Indy Week
A Superlative Adaptation of Virginia Woolf's <i>Orlando</i> Packs Centuries of Insight into a Fleet Eighty Minutes

A Superlative Adaptation of Virginia Woolf's Orlando Packs Centuries of Insight into a Fleet Eighty Minutes

The Delta Boys' five-star production is currently running at Manbites Dog Theater in Durham.

post a comment

 

Horse & Buggy Press Is Moving. Foster Street's Loss Will Be Broad Street's Gain.

Arts Feature Dave Wofford's letterpress business and art gallery puts up a final exhibit, by Jessina Leonard, in Durham Central Park before heading for Watts-Hillandale.

post a comment

Crook's Corner Book Prize Winner Hide Is a Historical Portrait of Gay Oppression Inspired by the Modern Variety

Lit Local Matthew Griffin's graceful novel was selected by the restaurant as the best literary debut set in the South of 2016.

post a comment

New Podcast Don’t You Lie to Me Warmly Colors in the Personalities of Area Artists

Arts Feature Warren Hicks and Jeff Bell’s new podcast features candid, familiar chats with leading lights of the local scene.

post a comment

David Harrower Lives Up to His Name in Blackbird, a Challenging Portrait of Abuse

Theater South Stream Productions is currently producing the play at Sonorous Road Theatre in Raleigh.

post a comment (1)

Panorama Captures Life in Our State Through a Lens of Intimate Reality, Not Drive-By Nostalgia

Arts Feature The exhibit of black-and-white local photography runs at NCMA through Feb. 12.

post a comment (2)

The Year in Arts & Culture

Arts Feature North Carolina riveted the nation in a year when art and politics collided.

post a comment

Refreshers and Updates on the Top Stories of a Vigorous, Volatile 2016 in the Arts Scene

Arts Feature The Triangle’s art scene was dominated by comings, goings, drastic turnarounds, and HB 2 fallout.

post a comment

The Most Essential Local Art of 2016 Punched Back at a Disgraceful Year

Visual Art Our art critic reviews the most essential local art we saw this year.

post a comment

The Best of 2016 in Theater, Dance, Books, and Film

The Year in Arts Peaceful aliens, Roman vampires, and jousting millennials—oh my!

post a comment

Common Ground Closed. Sonorous Road Might Be Next. Is It Curtains for Small, Affordable Theaters in the Triangle?

Theater We explore the closure of the long-running Durham venue and its ill omens for local independent theater.

post a comment (7)

Popular Events

  • We Are Happy To Serve You @ Lump

    • Sat., Jan. 28, 4 p.m. Free
  • Prompts: Next Steps @ The Carrack Modern Art

    • Sat., Jan. 28, 7 p.m. $5 suggested donation
  • David S. Mitchell @ Regulator Bookshop

    • Thu., Jan. 26, 7 p.m.
  • Heisenberg @ Burning Coal Theatre at the Murphey School

    • Through Feb. 4, 7:30 p.m. and Sundays, 2 p.m. Continues through Feb. 5 $5-$15
  • Regard: An Exhibition of Reciprocal Portraits @ Meredith College: Weems Gallery

    • Through Feb. 12, 4:30 p.m.

Archives


More . . .

Summer Guide 2014

Calendar

Search the INDY's event listings.

Arts blog

Including coverage of American Dance Festival

Calendar



Twitter Activity

Our Guides

Most Recent Comments

I personally am remarkably intrigued to see this production but since I can't drive myself to it I will sadly …

by Ryan Oliveira on David Harrower Lives Up to His Name in Blackbird, a Challenging Portrait of Abuse (Theater)

What a beautifully written article. Great writer!

by Kathy Lestelle on Panorama Captures Life in Our State Through a Lens of Intimate Reality, Not Drive-By Nostalgia (Arts Feature)

I wholeheartedly agree with the position that there should be more structured, civic support for the thriving arts community in …

by ShellByars on Common Ground Closed. Sonorous Road Might Be Next. Is It Curtains for Small, Affordable Theaters in the Triangle? (Theater)

Thank you to all the people who came to Common Ground to see our eclectic, experimental and ever changing theatre …

by RKlem on Common Ground Closed. Sonorous Road Might Be Next. Is It Curtains for Small, Affordable Theaters in the Triangle? (Theater)

Comments

I personally am remarkably intrigued to see this production but since I can't drive myself to it I will sadly …

by Ryan Oliveira on David Harrower Lives Up to His Name in Blackbird, a Challenging Portrait of Abuse (Theater)

© 2017 Indy Week • 201 W. Main St., Suite 101, Durham, NC 27701 • phone 919-286-1972 • fax 919-286-4274
RSS Feeds | Powered by Foundation