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The 2000 Indies 

Triangle Arts Awards

This year's winners

  • Ronnie Lilly: Guardian angel
  • The Red Clay Ramblers: Rabble-Rousers
  • The Third Place Coffeehouse: A Great Good Place
  • Jelly Educational Theater: High Note
  • E.B. and Juanita Palmer: Local Legacy
  • Burning Coal Theatre Company: Mind and Heart
  • Scott Ainslie: Human Capital
    • Triangle Arts Awards

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