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In <i>Bright Half Life</i>, Small Life Decisions and Big Cultural Shifts Cast Ripples Through a Same-Sex Interracial Partnership

In Bright Half Life, Small Life Decisions and Big Cultural Shifts Cast Ripples Through a Same-Sex Interracial Partnership

JoRose and Tamara Kissane star in Tanya Barfield's drama at Manbites Dog Theater.

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Artist Heather Gordon Makes Herself a Mirror for Justin Tornow to Dance Inside at 21c Museum Hotel

Arts Feature The art-dance collaboration Echo will be performed at 21c on Thursday night.

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With Emoji-Strength Forms, Nina Chanel Abney Overpowers the Limits Placed on Artists by Identity Politics

Arts Feature The New York City-based artist's first solo museum exhibition, Royal Flush, is currently on view at the Nasher.

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A Durham Press and National Poets Put Their Money Where Their Mouth Is with Anti-Police-Brutality Anthology Resisting Arrest

Arts Feature One of many national community events celebrating the book takes place at Letters Bookshop on Wednesday, Feb. 22.

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The Inherently Political Nature of Theater is Exposed, with Varying Results, in The God Game and Zuccotti Park

Theater Both shows are currently running in Raleigh courtesy of Sonorous Road and the Justice Theater Project, respectively.

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Our Picks for the NC Comedy Arts Festival: The Funny Side of Interracial Marriage, Henson Gone Wild, and a Madcap Musical

Comedy The Southeast's premier comedy festival runs at DSI Comedy Theater, The ArtsCenter, and Local 506 for the next twelve days.

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In John Darnielle's Universal Harvester, Found-Footage Fiction Slowly Shatters Into Something Even Stranger

Lit Local Darnielle celebrates his second novel, following 2014's National Book Award long-listed Wolf in White Van, with events at Motorco and Quail Ridge Books.

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Superhero Industry Overkill and Franklin Street Development Kayo a Triangle Institution, Chapel Hill Comics

Arts Feature The comics shop, which has a four-decade history on or near Franklin Street, will close sometime next month.

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Meet the African-American Actor Who Said No to Eugene O'Neill and Paid the Price

Theater Charles Sidney Gilpin is the subject of Raleigh playwright Adrienne Earle Pender's N, premiering at Theatre in the Park.

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Lucinda Childs, Sol LeWitt, and Philip Glass Transform Concert Dance in a Postmodern Masterpiece

Dance Lucinda Childs Dance Company performs seminal 1979 work Dance, part of "Glass at 80," at Memorial Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 7.

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A New Community-Supported Arts Center and Theater Is the Tremor Before the Earthquake of Pittsboro's Expansion

Theater The new Center for the Arts and its Sweet Bee Theater have soft openings in downtown Pittsboro this weekend.

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