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Let's Rebuild at Nested; The Battle of Shallowford at Raleigh Little Theater; Stanley Crouch at Nasher Museum

Friday, October 12 

Let's Rebuild
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Carrboro
LET'S REBUILD
NESTED—Negative space seems to be the subject—and perhaps the fertile territory—of Ryan Helsel's Let's Rebuild show at home and gift gallery Nested. The exhibit runs through Oct. 31, leaving you with plenty of time to pick up one (or more) of Helsel's paintings and drawings on paper and wood. Call 338-8023 for more info and store hours. —Karlie Justus

Raleigh
THE BATTLE OF SHALLOWFORD
RALEIGH LITTLE THEATERThe people of Shallowford (based, unfortunately, on Lewisville, N.C.) hear Orson Welles' War of the Worlds radio broadcast and are terrified, mistaking Welles' fiction for real news. Tar Heel playwright Ed Simpson will be on hand after tonight's 8 p.m. show to discuss his play. For more info, visit www.raleighlittletheatre.org or call 821-3111. Read our review.Megan Stein

Durham
STANLEY CROUCH
NASHER MUSEUM AUDITORIUM—Stanley Crouch, MacArthur genius, co-founder of Jazz at the Lincoln Center and one of the most polarizing, unflinching critics ever, speaks on Thelonious Monk's 1959 Town Hall performance at 7 p.m. Admission is free. Visit dukeperformances.duke.edu/programs/monk/crouch.php for more information. —Grayson Currin

  • Let's Rebuild at Nested; The Battle of Shallowford at Raleigh Little Theater; Stanley Crouch at Nasher Museum

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