January 07, 2009
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In a year of change, 20th-century works started to seem like classics
By Kate Dobbs Ariail
Accolades for the Triangle's vibrant year
By Byron Woods
Fine shows abounded in traditional and surprising places
By Amy White
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Deborah, I have go agree with your statement on those posted from last year. there were several other shows and …
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Did your theater critics go to Playmakers this past year? it is hard to tell from this list. Ray Dooley's …
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The May constitutional amendment was not MERELY against same-sex marriages [and please don't call it "gay marriage", Byron]; it was …
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What about Showtimes The Big "C"??? What about Fx Sons of Anarchy???
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Two glaring omissions here, both from FX, both with great character-driven stories: 'Justified' and the now-cancelled 'Terriers'.
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