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  • Pilobolus

DUKE WEST CAMPUS—This ADF mainstay continues a three-day run with a program that mixes old material with new. The highlight of the latter category is the as-yet-untitled ADF-commissioned work choreographed in collaboration with Tel Aviv-based duo Inbal Pinto and Avshalon Pollack. The program will also feature Pseudopodia, Megawatt, B'Zyrk and a new work choreographed by Michael Tracy. Tonight's performance is at 8 p.m. in Page Auditorium. Tickets range from $26-$41. For more info, call 684-4444 or visit —Iesha Brown

CAT'S CRADLE—Still on tour for their 2006 storybook album (Antarctica, out on the student-run Trekky Records Label), The Never return to town with a style of independent rock that is part Danny Elfman, part Spoon, and all melody-driven. Antarctica, a collection of songs about a country boy finding a nuclear warhead, has taken The Never to shows across the Southeast and Midwest since its national release a year ago. The openers are Cary Ann Hearst, with gutsy country, and Physics of Meaning, with the power of chamber pop collective. Tickets are $7 for the 9 p.m. show. —Margaret Hair

  • Pilobolus at ADF; The Never at Cat's Cradle

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