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Fall Calendars 

Complete calendars for local arts organizations

Comedy
Alphabetical by venue or production

CHARLIE GOODNIGHT'S: Standup comedy. Thu-Sat, Sep 20-22: Bob Nelson. Tue-Sat, Sep 25-29: John Joseph. 861 W Morgan St, Raleigh. 828-5233. Call for ticket information.

Theater
Alphabetical by play or performer. For current theater events, please see our weekly "Theater" calendar.

Raleigh

BURNING COAL THEATRE: Oct 18- Nov 4; 7:30 pm, Sundays 2 pm: The Mound Builders. Kennedy Theatre/BTI Center, 2 South St, Raleigh. $14, $12 seniors/students. 388-0066 or visit www.burningcoal.org.

CENTER STAGE: (Also see entries under Fall Dance and Fall Concerts) Wed & Thu, Oct 25, 8 pm: The Tempest. Sun, Nov 4, 3 pm: The Tremendous Journey. Sun, Nov 25, 3 pm: Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse. Stewart Theatre, Talley Student Center, NCSU Campus, Raleigh. 515-1100. Call for ticket information.

RALEIGH ENSEMBLE PLAYERS: Oct 11-Nov 3: Bash: Latterday Plays. Artspace Suite 109-A, 201 E Davie St, Raleigh. Call 832-9607 for showtimes and ticket information.

RALEIGH LITTLE THEATRE: Main Stage Series: Oct 12-14, 17-21, 24-28: Over the River and Through the Woods. Family Series: Nov 2-4, 9-11, 16-18: The Best Little Christmas Pageant Ever. Dec 13-18: Cinderella. 301 Pogue St, Raleigh. 821-3111. Call for ticket information.

THEATRE IN THE PARK: Fri & Sat, Sep 28 & 29; Thu-Sun, Oct 4-7, 11-14: Pageant. 107 Pullen Park Rd, Raleigh, NC. Call 831-6058 or visit

www.theatreinthepark.com for prices and times.

UNIVERSITY THEATRE: Sep 26-29, 8 pm; Sep 30, 3 pm: Dracula ($6-$13; Stewart Theater, Talley Student Center). Nov 1-3, 7-10, 8 pm; Nov 4 & 11, 3 pm: A Raisin in the Sun ($6-$13; Thompson Theatre). Nov 28-Dec 3: Madrigal Dinner ($6-$13; Talley Student Center). NCSU Campus, Raleigh. 515-1100.

Durham

BROADWAY AT DUKE: Mon, Nov 12, 8 pm: Footloose. Page Auditorium, Duke University, Durham. 684-4444. $15-$38.

CAROLINA THEATRE: (Also see entries under "Fall Concerts" and "Fall Dance") Thu, Oct 18, 8 pm: Henry V, Part 1. $19/$24. Sat, Oct 20, 2 & 8 pm: The Spencers: Theatre of Illusion. $8-$15. Nov 28 & 29, 9:45 & 11:45 am: Charlotte's Web (560-3040 ext. 256 for reservations). 309 W Morgan St, Durham. 560-3030.

DUKE INSTITUTE OF THE ARTS: (Also see entries under "Fall Dance" and "Fall Concerts") Thu & Fri, Sep 20 & 21: NO BLACK MALE SHOW ($12-$17; Sheafer Theater, Bryan Center). Tue, Sep 25: The Comedy of Errors (Reynolds Theater, Bryan Center), Wed, Sep 26: Henry V (Nelson Music Room, East Duke Building). Mon, Oct 8, 8 pm: Guillermo Gomez Pena: Brownout--Border Pulp Stories (Griffith Theater, Bryan Center; $17). Duke University, Durham. 684-4444.

DUKE PLAYERS: Fri & Sat, Oct 26-27, 8 pm; Sun, Oct 28, 2 pm; Fri & Sat, Nov 2 & 3, 8 pm; Sun, Nov 4, 2 pm: Our Country's Good. $9; $7 students/seniors. Thu-Sat, Nov 29-Dec 1, 8 pm; Sun, Dec 2, 2 pm: Pieces of Eight. $8; &6 students/seniors. Reynolds Theater, Bryan Center, Duke West Campus, Durham. 684-4444.

LONG LEAF OPERA: Thu-Sat, Sep 27-30, 8 pm: The Consul (Carolina Theatre, Durham). Thu-Sat, Nov 29-Dec 1, 8 pm; Sun, Dec 2, 2 pm: Amahl & The Night Visitors (NCCU's University Theatre). Sat, Dec 8, 7 pm: Music of the Season. Carolina Theatre, 309 W Morgan St, Durham. 560-3030. $15 & $20; $10 students/seniors.

MANBITES DOG THEATER: Sep 19-22; 26-29: Something Wonderful Right Now. Oct 11-28: Cymbeline. Nov 2-3; 9-10: Breast-Taking. Dec 6-Jan 6: Fit To Be Tied.

Chapel Hill

ARTSCENTER: Thu-Sat, Oct 4-6, 8 pm: A Midsummer Night's Dream ($10, $8). Sun, Oct 14, 7:30 pm: Ferris Wheel ($6). Sun, Oct 28; Sat, Dec 1: Transactors Improv Presents The Musical ($12, $10 Friends). Fri-Sat, Nov 9-10 & 16-17; Sun Nov 11 & 18, 3 pm: Farelli's Boy. 300-G E Main St, Carrboro. 929-2787. Call for ticket information.

CAROLINA UNION: (Also see entries under "Fall Concerts") Mon, Nov 5: Western Opera Theater's Cosi fan tutte ($32-$40; $18-$22 stude\nts). Memorial Hall, UNC-Chapel Hill. 962-1449. Call for ticket information.

PLAYMAKERS: Oct 17-Nov 11: The Laramie Project. Nov 21-Dec 16: The Man Who Came to Dinner. Paul Green Theatre at the Center for Dramatic Art, Country Club Rd, Chapel Hill. Call 962-7529 or visit

www.playmakers.org for ticket information and show times.

Dance
By city and alphabetically by group or venue. For current dance events, please see our weekly "Dance" calendar.

Raleigh

CENTER STAGE: Mon & Tue, Oct 29 & 30, 8 pm: Urban Tap. Stewart Theatre, Talley Student Center, NCSU Campus, Raleigh. 515-1100. $8-$20.

DANCE AT MEREDITH COLLEGE: Nov 8-10, 8 pm: Meredith Dance Theater in Concert ($4-$7, Free for children 12 and under). Jones Auditorium, Meredith College, Raleigh. 760-2840. Call for ticket information.

EVEN EXCHANGE DANCE THEATER: Sat, Nov 3, 8 pm; Sun, Nov 4, 2 pm: Even Exchange Dance Theater in Concert. Arts Together, 114 St Mary's St, Raleigh. Sat, Nov 17, 8 pm; Sun, Nov 18, 2 pm: Even Exchange Dance Theater in Concert. Kennedy Theater, BTI Center, 1 E South St, Raleigh. Call 789-8724 or visit www.evenexchange.com

Durham

CAROLINA THEATRE: Fri, Oct 12, 8 pm: Ailey II. ($22/$27). 309 W Morgan St, Durham. 560-3030.

DUKE INSTITUTE OF THE ARTS: Sat, Nov 3, 7:30 pm: North Indian Kathak Dance Recital. Baldwin Auditoriun, Duke East Campus. $12-$22. Tue, Nov 6: Ballet Folklorico Quetzalli de Veracruz. Reynolds Theater, Bryan Center, Duke West Campus, Durham. $12-$22. 684-4444.

Literary
By city and alphabetically by venue. For current readings, please see our weekly "Literary" calendar.

Raleigh

QUAIL RIDGE BOOKS: Sun, Sep 23, 12 pm: Brian Jacques. Wed, Sep 26, 7:30 pm: Mona Simpson. Thu, Sep 27, 7:30 pm: Susan S. Kelly. Fri, Sep 28, 7:30 pm: Angie Cruz. Sun, Sep 30, 4 pm: Steven Carr. Thu, Oct 4, 7:30 pm: Graeme Base. Thu, Oct 11, 4:30 pm: Richard Peck. 3522 Wade Ave, Ridgewood Shopping Center, Raleigh. 828-1588. All free.

Durham

REGULATOR BOOKSHOP: Tue, Sep 25, 7 pm: Arthur Bradford. Fri, Sep 28, 7 pm: Jeff Bens. Tue, Oct 2, 7 pm: Thomas Rain Crowe. Wed, Oct 3, 7 pm: Jean Renfro Anspaugh. Thu, Oct 4, 7 pm: Karin Slaughter. Fri, Oct 5, 7pm: Wendy Brenner. Mon, Oct 8, 7 pm: Dough Marlette. Tue, Oct 9, 7 pm: Daniel Coleman. Wed, Oct 10, 7 pm: Laura Lippman. Thu, Oct 11, 7 pm: Gregg Bottoms. Fri, Oct 12, 7 pm: Sonny Barger. Sat, Oct 13, 2 pm: Rachel Toor. Wed, Oct 17, 7 pm: Mark Pinsky. Thu, Oct 18, 7 pm: An Evening with Triangle Women of Letters. Fri, Oct 19, 7 pm: William Hoffman. Sun, Oct 21, 1:30 pm: Carolina Friends School FriendsFest with Lee Smith, Allan Gurganus, and Daniel Wallace. Mon, Oct 22, 7 pm: William Cobb. Tue, Oct 23, 7 pm: Alan Konell. Wed, Oct 24, 7 pm: Jim Sears. Thu, Oct 25, 7 pm: Bill Ayers. Fri, Oct 26, 7 pm: Edward Ball. Sat, Oct 27, 2 pm: Jill McCorkle. Mon, Oct 29, 7 pm: David Cecelski. Tue, Oct 30, 7 pm: Allan Gurganus. Sat, Nov 3, 7 pm: Robert Morgan. Tue, Nov 6, 7 pm: The Bishops's House Review. Tue, Nov 13, 7 pm: Roy Jaconstein. Wed, Nov 14, 7 pm: Brenda Denzler. Thu, Nov 15, 7 pm: Catherine Lutz. Wed, Nov 28, 7 pm: Adam Gopnik. Thu, Nov 29, 7 pm: Louise Mann. 720 Ninth St, Durham. 286-2700. All Free.

Chapel Hill

BULL'S HEAD BOOKSHOP: Tue, Oct 2, 3:30 pm: David Cecelski. Wed, Oct 3, 3:30 pm: Thomas Rain Crowe. Thu, Oct 11, 3:30: David Halperin. Mon, Oct 15, 3:30 pm: T J Butler. Thu, Oct 25, 3:30 pm: Louis Rubin. Fri, Oct 26, 3:30 pm: Jill McCorkle and Wendy Brenner. Tue, Oct 30, 3:30 pm: Seth Reice. Fri, Nov 2, 3:30 pm: Robert Morgan. Wed, Nov 7, 3:30 pm: Eric Mueller. Thu, Nov 8, 3:30 pm: Catherine Lutz. Fri, Nov 9, 3:30 pm: Mark Salzman. Tue, Nov 13, 3:30 pm: Sidney Perkowitz. Thu, Nov 15, 3:30 pm: John Edgar Wideman. Student Stores, UNC-Chapel Hill. 962-5060. All free.

GREEN TARA GALLERY: Every Third Thursday, 7 pm: Art of Words, open mic. 241 S Elliott Rd, Chapel Hill. 932-6400. Mon-Sat 10 am-6 pm.

MCINTYRE'S FINE BOOKS & BOOKENDS: Thu, Sep 27, 7 pm: Mona Simpson. Sat, Sep 29, 11 am: Michael Malone. Thu, Oct 4, 2 pm: Graeme Base. Sat, Oct 6, 11 am: Allan Gurganus. Wed, Oct 10, 7 pm: Doug Marlette. Sat, Oct 13, 1 pm: Elizabeth Strout & Myla Goldberg (This is a ticketed event). Sat, Oct 20, 11 am: Michael Malone. Thu, Oct 25, 7 pm: Edward Ball. Sat, Oct 27, 11 am: Jill McCorkle. Sat, Nov 3, 11 am: Robert Morgan. Fri, Nov 9, 7 pm: Leif Enger. Sat, Nov 10, 11 am: Mark Salzman. Mon, Nov 19, 3 pm: Joanne Lamb Hayes. Sat, Nov 24, 11 am: Randy Russell & Janet Barnett. Tue, Nov 27, 7 pm: Patricia Wells. Wed, Nov 28, 7 pm: Gretel Ehrlich. Sat, Dec 15, 11 am: Joanna Scott. Sat, Dec 22, 11 am: Donald Davis. 2000 Fearrington Village Center, Pittsboro. 542-3030. All free unless otherwise noted.

Visual Art
By city and alphabetical by gallery

Raleigh

ARTSPACE: Sep 29-Nov 10: Watercolor Society Exhibition, Gallery 1. Oct 5-27: painting by Ashley Gruber, Upfront Gallery. Nov 2-24: photograhs by Alison Overton, Upfront Gallery. Nov 17-Jan 5: Artspace Artists' Association Biennial 3 Person Exhibit featuring Morag Charlton, Ann Harwell, Claire Holroyd, Gallery 1. Dec 7-29: Two Improvisational Journeys, Upfront Gallery. 201 E Davie St, Raleigh. 821-2787. Call for hours.

ARTSOURCE: Sep 20-Oct 20: All That Jazz. 509 W Whitaker Mill Rd, Raleigh. 833-0013. Mon-Sat 10 am-6 pm.

CONTEMPORARY ART MUSEUM: Oct 6-7: Exposure Time 2, a family focused photo shoot event. Nov 10-16: 99 Days of Art Public Art Project: New public artwork by Steven Siegel. Call 836-0088 for locations or visit www.camnc.org.

LUMP: Sep 7-30: 9 (from) 1026=deecel. Oct 5-28: Thrillseeker(s), new work from Texan Ludwig Schwaz and recent pinups from Brooklyn artist Willie Gregory. Nov 2-Dec 2: Onion Head Monster: Take Care Delaware!, new works from Paul Friedrich. Dec 7-30: Bad Touch, drawing show curated by Bill Thelen. 505 S Blount St, Raleigh. 821-9999. Sat & Sun 1-5 pm and by appointment.

NC MUSEUM OF ART: Oct 21-Jan 6: Indivisible: Stories of American Community. Nov 11-Feb 17: Toulouse-Lautrec: Master of the Moulien Rouge. 2110 Blue Ridge Rd, Raleigh. 839-6262. Tue-Sat 9 am-5 pm, Fri 9 am-9 pm, Sun 11 am-6 pm.

Raleigh Contemporary Gallery: Oct 1-30: Robert Irwin--New Works. 323 Blake St, Raleigh. 828-6500.

Durham

CENTER FOR DOCUMENTARY STUDIES: Oct 5-Oct 31: Indivisible: Stories of American Community, companion postcard exhibit by the same name at the NC Museum of Art. Oct 26-Jan 19: Raised Voices: Youth Document Durham. 1317 W Pettigrew St, Durham. 660-3664. Mon-Thu 9 am-7:30 pm, Fri 9 am-5 pm, Sat 11 am-4 pm.

DUKE UNIVERSITY MUSEUM OF ART: Nov 8-Dec 21: Legacy and Connoisseursh, A student curated Event. Duke East Campus, Durham. 684-5135. Tue-Fri 9 am-5 pm, Sat 11 am-2 pm, Sun 2-5 pm.

DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL: Sep 27-Oct 29: Undst Andst, works by Ivan Liotchev (Semans Gallery). Oct 25-Dec 3: Spaces, sculpture by Michael Waller (Allenton Gallery). Nov 1-Dec 10: Drawing and Photography by Students at Central Elementary School (Semans Gallery). Dec 6-Jan 7: Profusion/Obsession, fiber works by Carmen Grier (Allenton Gallery). Dec 13-Jan 8: DAC School, works from Summer Camp (Semans Gallery). 120 Morris St, Durham. 560-2787. Call for hours.

Chapel Hill

ALLCOTT GALLERY: Oct 15-Nov 14: Alumni Show, works by Laura Wilson and Sarah Walker. Nov 15- Dec10: Works by Jane Marsching. Dec 11-Jan 15: Scuplture Installation by Dongchun Yoon. Hanes Art Center, UNC-Chapel Hill. 962-2015. Call for hours.

ACKLAND ART MUSEUM: Oct 7-May: Domesticating Virtue: Paintings, Print and Piety in the Netherlands. S Columbia St (near Franklin St), UNC-Chapel Hill. 966-5736. Wed-Sat 10 am-5 pm, Sun 1-5 pm.

CARRBORO SUNDAY ARTS & CRAFTS MARKET: Alternate Sundays, 1-5 pm. Carrboro Town Commons. 596-5628. Call for information.

CREATIVE METALSMITHS: Oct 1-Nov 15: Curent Metalsmithing by John Podlipec. Nov 18-Dec 31: Christmas Collection 2001. 117 E Franklin St, Chapel Hill. 967-2037. Mon-Fri 11 am-6 pm, Sat 10 am-5 pm.

NC BOTANICAL GARDEN: Sep 15-Nov 15: 14th Annual Sculpture in the Garden. Old Mason Farm Rd (off Fordham Blvd), Chapel Hill. 962-0522. Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm, Sat 9 am-6 pm, Sun 1-6 pm.

Concerts
By city and alphabetically by group or venue. For current theater events, please see our weekly "Music" calendar.

Raleigh

ALLTEL PAVILION AT WALNUT CREEK: Rock, country and pop. Sun, Oct 7: Tool. Sat, Oct 13: Jane's Addiction. Rock Quarry Rd, Raleigh. 834-4000.

CENTER STAGE: (Also see entries under "Fall Dance" and "Fall Theater") Music and arts series. Sat, Nov 10, 8 pm: Brad Mehldau Trio. Stewart Theatre, Talley Student Center, NCSU Campus, Raleigh. 515-1100. Call for ticket information.

NC MUSEUM OF ART: Wed, Oct 3, 8 pm: Youssou N'Dour, one of Africa's most celebrated singers. $20/$15, children 12 and under. 2110 Blue Ridge Rd, Raleigh. 839-6262.

NC SYMPHONY: Classical series: Fri & Sat, Oct 5 & 6, 8 pm: Pianist Andre-Michel Schub. Fri & Sat, Oct 19 & 20, 8 pm: Pianist Anne Marie McDermott and Futist Anne Whaley Laney. Fri & Sat, Nov 16 & 17, 8 pm: Violinist Corey Cerovsek. Sunday Serenades: Sun, Oct 28, 3 pm: The Four Seasons. Raleigh Pops: Fri & Sat, Sep 28 & 29, 8 pm; Sat, Sep 29, 2 pm: Monica Mancini. Fri & Sat, Nov 23 & 24, 8 pm; Sat, Nov 24, 2 pm: Holiday Pops. Raleigh Open Rehersals: Fri, Sep 21, 10 am: Violinist Gil Shaham. Fri, Oct 19, 10 am: Pianist Anne-Marie McDermott. Thu, Nov 15, 10 am: Violinist Corey Cerovsek. Raleigh Young People's Series: Sat, Oct 13, 11 am: Emily Saves the Orchestra. (Meymandi Concert Hall, BTI Center, 1 E South St, Raleigh.) Durham Events: Thu, Oct 25, 8 pm: The Four Seasons Famous Favorites. Fri, Nov 30, 8 pm: Holiday Pops Traditional. (Carolina Theatre, 309 W Morgan St, Durham.) Chapel Hill Events: Thu, Oct 4, 8 pm: Pianist Andre-Michel Schub. Thu, Nov 15, 8 pm: Violinist Corey Cerovsek. (Memorial Hall, UNC-Chapel Hill campus, Chapel Hill.) 733-2750. Call for ticket information or visit www.ncsymphony.org.

PINECONE: Stewart Theatre: Fri, Oct 15, 8 pm: Kathy Mattea ($19-$34). Fri, Nov 9, 8 pm: Tim O'Brien and the Crossing ($15-$29). Sat, Dec 1, 8 pm: Riders in the Sky ($15-29). Music of the Carolinas Series (Museum of Natural History): Sun, Oct 14, 3 pm: Michael Youngwood. Sun, Nov 11, 3 pm: Capital City Five. Sun, Dec 9, 3 pm: Paul Sutphin and Verlen Clifton. The Garner Family Series: Sun, Nov 4, 3 pm: Kevin Locke (Garner Historic Auditorium). Call 990-1900 for information or visit www.pinecone.org.

RALEIGH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: Sat, Sep 29, 8 pm: An Evening of Chamber Music. Tabernacle Performance Hall, Long View Center, Raleigh. $5-$10. Sat, Oct 27, 8 pm: American Popular Classics. Merymandi Concert Hall, BTI Center, 1 E South St, Raleigh. $15-$40. Fri, Dec 7, 8 pm: Messiah Sing In. Edenton Street United Methodist Church, Raleigh. Canned food donation requested. Call 546-9755 or visit www.raleighsymphony.com.

Durham

CAROLINA THEATRE: (Also see entries under "Fall Theater" and "Fall Dance") Sat, Sep 22, 8 pm: An Acoustic Evening with Rodney Crowell. Sat, Oct 13, 7:30 pm: Maceo Parker with special guest Jasme Kelly. ($22.50). Wed, Nov 21, 8 pm: An Evening with John Berry. ($27/ $31). Sun, Dec 9, 3 &7:30 pm: Jim Brickman Holiday Concert. ($29 & $34). 309 W Morgan St, Durham. 560-3030.

CHAMBER ARTS SOCIETY: Chamber music. Sat, Sep 22, 8 pm: Opus One. Sat, Oct 13, 8 pm: Orion String Quartet. Sat, Dec 8, 8 pm: Zehetmair String Quartet. Reynolds Theatre, Bryan Center, Duke West Campus, Durham. 684-4444. Call for ticket information.

CIOMPI QUARTET: Chamber music. Sat, Sep 29, 8 pm, Reynolds Theater, Bryan Center, Duke University. Nov 10, 8 pm: Reynolds Theater, Bryan Center, Duke University. $14, $8. 684-4444.

DUKE ARTISTS SERIES: Classical music. Wed, Oct 10, 8 pm: Christopher Parkening, guitar. Wed, Oct 24, 8 pm: Matt Haimovitz, violoncello. Thu, Nov 8, 8 pm: Jerry Hadley, tenor. Page Auditorium, Duke West Campus, Durham. 684-4444. Call for ticket information.

DUKE DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC: Sat, Sep 29, 8 pm: Ciompi Quartet (Reynolds Theater). Sun Oct 7, 8 pm: Jane Hawkins, piano (Nelson Music Room). Tue, Oct 9, 1 pm: Christoper Parkening, guitar. Wed, Oct 10, 8 pm: Duke Symphony Orchestra. Fri, Oct 19, 8 pm: Maria Alice De Mendoca, piano. Sun, Oct 20, 10 am: Maria Alice De Mendoca, paino. Sun, Oct 21, 8 pm: Hsiao Mei Ku, violin and Ray Kilburn, piano (Nelson Music Room). Thu, Oct 25, 8 pm: Rockwell Blake, tenor. Sat, Oct 27, 8 pm: Duke Chorale, Duke Symphony & Duke Wind Symphony. (Duke Chapel). $5; Free with Duke student ID. Sun, Oct 28, 2 pm: In The Spotlight (Nelson Music Room). Sun, Oct 28, 5 pm: Susan Moeser, organ (Duke Chapel). Wed, Oct 31, 8 pm: Duke Wind Symphony. Fri, Nov 2, 8 pm: Duke Collegium Musicum (Duke Chapel). Sat, Nov 3, 8 pm: Tangos y Canciones with Randy Reed, Alma Coefman, Ariel Reed (Nelson Music Room). Sat, Nov 10, 8 pm: Ciompi Quartet (Reynolds Theater) $14, $8. Sun, Nov 11, 4 pm: Penelope Jensen, soprano and Jane Hawkins, piano (Nelson Music Room). Thu, Nov 15, 4 pm: Graduate Composers Concert (Nelson Music Room). Thu, Nov 29, 8 pm: Duke Wind Symphony. Fri, Nov 30, 8 pm: CSMG Small Ensemble Concert (Nelson Music Room). Sun, Dec 2, 2 pm: Duke Opera Workshop (Nelson Music Room) $TBA. Wed, Dec 5, 8 pm: Duke Symphony Orchestra. Thu, Dec 6, 7 pm: Duke Chorale (Duke Chapel). Sun, Dec 9, 5 pm: David Arcus, organinst (Duke Chapel). All Baldwin Auditorium unless otherwise noted; Admission free unless otherwise noted. East Duke Building, Duke East Campus, Durham. 684-4444.

DUKE INSTITUTE OF THE ARTS: (Also see entries under "Fall Dance" and "Fall Theater") Fri, Sep 28, 8 pm: Osman Aksu and His Ensemble (Nelson Music Room; $5-$10). Sat, Oct 6, 8 pm: Gypsy Caravan 2: A Celebration of Roma Music & Dance (Reynolds Theater; $14, Free with Duke ID). Thu, Oct 18, 8 pm: SOFIA Orthodox Choir from Bulgaria (Duke Chapel; $12-22). Tue, Oct 30, 8 pm: Stylus Phantasticus (Nelson Music Room; $17, $12 students). Sat, Nov 3, 7:30 pm: North Indian Kathak Dance Recital (Baldwin Auditorium, East Campus; $12-22). Tue, Nov 6, 8 pm: Ballet Folklorico Quetzalli de Veracruz (Reynolds Theater, Bryan Center; $12-$22). Mon, Nov 19, 8 pm: Los Fakires (Reynolds Theater, Bran Center; $12-$22). Duke University, Durham. 684-4444.

DUKE JAZZ SERIES: In honor of Sonny Rollins; featuring the Duke Jazz Ensemble. Fri, Oct 5, 8 pm: George Braith, saxaphones. Fri, Oct 26, 8 pm: Roberta Piket, piano and Danila Satragno, vocals. Fri, Nov 16, 8 pm: Vincent Herring, alto saxaphone. Baldwin Auditorium, Duke East Campus, Durham. 684-4444. $15; $12 seniors/students.

DURHAM SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: Classical and pops. Sat, Oct 20, 8 pm: Durham Regional Hospital Anniversary Concert (Durham Regional Hospital, Durham; free). Sun, Nov 4, 7 pm: Classic Concert (Carolina Theatre, 309 W Morgan St, Durham; $15; $6 students; children 12 and younger free). Sun, Dec 2, 7 pm: Holiday Pops (Durham Armory, 220 Foster St, Durham; $15 & $25). 560-2736.

MALLARME CHAMBER PLAYERS: Chamber music. Sun, Nov 4, 3 pm: On the Wings of Romance: Early American Masters. Durham Arts Council, 120 Morris St, Durham. 560-3030. $15.

NC SYMPHONY: Thu, Oct 25, 8 pm: The Four Seasons Famous Favorites. Fri, Nov 30, 8 pm: Holiday Pops Traditional. Carolina Theatre, 309 W Morgan St, Durham. 560-3030. Call for ticket information.

Chapel Hill

ARTSCENTER: Rock, jazz, blues and traditional. Fri, Sep 28, 11:30 am & 8 pm: Shady Grove Band ($12; $10 Friends). Sat, Sep 29, 8 pm: Steve Forbert ($14, $12 Friends). Sat, Oct 6, 8 pm: Judy Woodall CD Release Party ($6). Thu, Oct 11, 8 pm: Big Bill Morganfield ($15, $13 Friends). Fri, Oct 12, 9 pm: Ace Cannon ($15, $12 Friends). Sat, Oct 13, 8 pm: Tannahill Weavers ($19, $17 Friends). Sun, Oct 14, 7:30 pm: Carl Grubs ($16, $14 Friends). Fri, Oct 19, 8 pm: Chris Williamson ($22, $20 Friends). Fri, Oct 19: MCR Records' Carolina Showcase ($6). Sun, Oct 21, 7:30 pm: Stacey Earle and Todd Snider ($16, $13 Friends). Fri, Oct 26, 8 pm: Hubert Sumlin ($16, $13 Friends). Sat, Oct 27, 8 pm: Cucanandy ($12, $10 Friends). Wed, Oct 31: The Bobs ($18, $16 Friends). Fri, Nov 2, 7:30 pm: Johnny & Sarah Guthrie Record Release Party ($8, $6 Friends). 300-G E Main St, Carrboro. 929-2787. Call for ticket information.

CAROLINA UNION: (Also see entries under "Fall Theater") Fri, Oct 26, 8 pm. Mark O'Conner and the Metamorphosen Chamber Orchestra. Memorial Hall, UNC-Chapel Hill. 962-1449. Call for ticket information.

NC SYMPHONY: Thu, Oct 4, 8 pm: Pianist Andre-Michel Schub. Thu, Nov 15, 8 pm: Violinist Corey Cerovsek. Memorial Hall, UNC-Chapel Hill. 733-2750. Call for ticket information or visit www.ncsymphony.org.

UNC DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC: Classical and jazz. Sun Sep 23, 3 pm: Visiting Faculty Recital. Free. Sun, Sep 30, 3: Janus Duo. Free. Tue, Oct 2, 8 pm: UNC Jazz Band with Guest Artist James Aebersold, saxaphone. Free. Sun, Oct 7, 3 pm: Faculty Recital. Tue, Oct 9, 8 pm: UNC Symphony Orchestra. Sun, Oct 14, 8 pm: Creativity Three ($12; $10 seniors; $5 students). Fri, Nov 2, 8 pm: David Korevaar, piano recital. Fri, Dec 7, 8 pm: Magnificent Vivaldi and Glorious Bach ($12; $10 seniors; $5 students). All Hill Hall Auditorium unless otherwise noted, UNC-Chapel Hill. 962-1039.

Movies
By city and alphabetically by venue or sponsor. For current movie events, please see our weekly "Movies" calendar.

Raleigh

UNIVERSITY THEATRE: Fall Film Series: Fri, Sep 28: Singin' in the Rain. Fri, Oct 5: 42nd Street. Fri, Oct 12: The Glass Menagerie. Fri, Oct 26: A Raisin in the Sun. Fri, Nov 2: Summer and Smoke. Fri, Nov 9: Gaslight. Fri, Nov 16: The Producers. Fri, Nov 30: A Star in Born (1954) Part One. Fri, Dec 7: A Star is Born Part 2. Fridays at 4 pm, Thompson Theatre, NC State Campus, Raleigh.

A/V GEEKS: 16-mm educational film excursions. Thu, Oct 18, 8 pm (Lump); Fri, Oct 19, 8 pm (Center for Documentary Studies): Boom!!!, Films with explosions and explosives. Thu, Nov 19, 8 pm (Lump); Fri, Nov 20, 8 pm (Center for Documentary Studies): Art With A Capital 'A,' films about art and artists. Thu, Dec 20, 8 pm (Lump); Fri, Dec 21, 8 pm (Center for Documentary Studies): Big Yellow Fellow, films about the golden chariot of learning--the modern school bus and the perils found within. All shows $3. Artspace: 201 E Davie St, Raleigh, 821-2787. Lump Gallery: 505 S Blount St, Raleigh, 821-9999. Center for Documentary Studies: 1317 W Pettigrew St, Durham, 660-3663.

THE CINEMA, INC: Classics and independent films. Sun, Oct 14: Phantom of the Opera. Sun, Nov 11: Regeneration. Sun, Dec 9: Pi. All shows 7 pm. Rialto Theatre, Glenwood Ave, Raleigh. 787-7611. Admission by season ticket only. $21.

NCSU CAMPUS CINEMA: Current Hollywood and independent movies. Mon, Sep 24, 7 pm: Serendipity. Fri, Sep 28, 7 & 9 pm; Sat, Sep 29, 7, 9 & 11 pm: Sexy Beast. Fri, Oct 5, 7, 9 &11 pm; Sat, Oct 6, 7, 9 & 11 pm: The Fast & The Furious. Campus Cinema, Witherspoon Student Center, NCSU, Raleigh. 515-5146. $2; $1.50 students; except where otherwise noted.

PASSPORT INTERNATIONAL FILM SERIES: Current foreign films. Thu, Sep 27, 7 & 9 pm; Sun, Sep 30, 7 pm: The Blue Angel. Thu, Oct 4, 7 & 9 pm; Mon, Oct 8, 7 pm: Ermo. Thu, Oct 11, 7 & 9 pm: 301, 302. Campus Cinema, Witherspoon Student Center, NCSU, Raleigh. 515-5146. $2; $1.50 students.

SOUTHERN CIRCUIT: Film screenings and discussions by Southern filmmakers. Mon, Oct 8, 7 pm: The Sweetest Sound. Campus Cinema, Witherspoon Student Center, NCSU Campus, Raleigh, 515-5146.

Durham

CENTER FOR DOCUMENTARY STUDIES: Southern Circuit Film Festival Sun, Oct 2, 8 pm: The Sweetest Sound. Nov 2-4: The Happening, documentary film and video event for beginning filmmakers. 1317 W Pettigrew St, Durham. 660-3663. All free.

FREEWATER FILMS: Documentaries, independent and foreign films. Sun, Sep 25: Don't Look Back. Thu, Sep 27: Easy Rider. Fri, Sep 28: In The Mood For Love. Tue, Oct 2: The Decline of Western Civilization II: The Metal Years. Thu, Oct 4: Prizzi's Honor (7 & 10 pm). Fri, Oct 5: All the Pretty Horses. Tue, Oct 9: The Heroic Trio. Thu, Oct 19: Pollock. Tue, Oct 23: Story of Ricky. Thu, Oct 25: Sabrina. Fri, Oct 26: The Gift. Tue, Oct 30: Dragon Inn. Thu, Nov 1: The Seven Year Itch. Fri, Nov 2: Waiting For Guffman. Tue, Nov 6: Enter the Dragon. Thu, Nov 8: Double Indemnity. Fri, Nov 9; Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai. Tue, Nov 13: Peking Opera Blues. Thu, Nov 15: Some Like It Hot. Fri, Nov 16: Amores Perros (7 & 10 pm). Fri, Nov 30: The Claim. All shows at 7 & 9:30. Griffith Film Theater, Bryan Center, Duke East Campus, Durham. 684-2911. $5; $4 students.

QUAD FLICKS: Current films. Sat, Sep 29, 7 & 10 pm; Sun, Sep 30, 8 pm: Moulin Rouge. Sat, Oct 6, 7 & 10 pm; Sun, Oct 7, 8 pm: Evolution. Sat, Oct 20, 7 & 10 pm; Sun, Oct 21, 8 pm: Tomb Raider. Sat, Oct 27, 7 & 10 pm; Sun, Sep 28, 8 pm: Crouching iger, Hidden Dragon. Sat, Nov 3, 7 & 10 pm; Sun, Nov 4, 8 pm: AI. Sat, Nov 10, 7 & 10 pm; Sun, Nov 11, 8 pm: Rush Hour 2. Sat, Nov 17, 7 & 10 pm; Sun, Nov 18, 8 pm: Planet of the Apes. Sat, Dec 1, 7 & 10 pm; Sat, Dec 2, 8 pm: Jay and Silent Bob Fight Back. Griffith Film Theater, Bryan Center, Duke East Campus, Durham. 684-2911. $5/$4 students.

Chapel Hill

CHAPEL HILL SENIOR CENTER CINEMA: Classic movies. Tue, Oct 2: Goodbye Mr Chips. Tue, Oct 9: The African Queen. Tue, Oct 16: The Pirate. Tue, Oct 23: Rebecca. Tue, Oct 30: Green Card. Tue, Nov 6: Dave. Tue, Nov 13: The Grapes of Wrath. Tue, Nov 20: Kismet. Tue, Nov 27: The Russians are Coming, The Russians are Coming. Tue, Dec 4: Tea With Mussolini. Tue, Dec 11: Grumpy Old Men. Tue, Dec 18: Little Lord Fauntleroy. All shows 1 pm. 400 S Elliott Rd, Chapel Hill. 968-2070. Free admission and popcorn.

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