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Re: “True Blood: A vampire show for people who don't like vampires

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Posted by Benard Johnson on 06/22/2017 at 8:48 AM

Re: “The Greeks Streamlines Sophocles’s Theban Trilogy Into Three Nimble, Strikingly Modern One-Acts

The photo credit is incorrect. The photo was taken and edited by Areon Mobasher for Burning Coal Theatre Company. Please fix this.

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Posted by Areon Mobasher on 06/21/2017 at 1:28 PM

Re: “Victor Ekpuk’s Divine Mural at the North Carolina Museum of Art Heralds New Life for Its African Galleries

Great work of art, the work is "nulli secundus" coming from Incredible Ekpuk !

Sodade,Belgium

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Posted by david sodade on 06/14/2017 at 6:40 PM
Posted by Neels on 05/31/2017 at 5:47 PM
Posted by Barbara 2 on 05/31/2017 at 3:11 PM

Re: “Remembering Baba Chuck Davis, Legendary Voice of the African Dance Diaspora

Note that some details of Baba Chuck Davis's memorial services have been updated. We've updated the info box here to reflect the most current details.

Posted by Brian Howe, INDY managing editor for arts & culture on 05/24/2017 at 8:32 AM

Re: “Remembering Baba Chuck Davis, Legendary Voice of the African Dance Diaspora

CELEBRATION OF LIFE SERVICES

Wake:
Friday, June 2, 1pm - 7pm
Fisher Memorial UHC - 420 E Piedmont Ave, Durham, NC 27707
The body will lay in state and a time of Community Tributes will begin at 5:00 p.m.

Funeral Services:
Saturday, June 3, 11:00 a.m.
Union Baptist Church - 904 N Roxboro St, Durham, NC 27701

for further information: Dr. B. Angeloe Burch Sr. - 919-672-1058

http://aade-inc.org/index.html

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Posted by ladichel on 05/17/2017 at 6:59 PM

Re: “Remembering Baba Chuck Davis, Legendary Voice of the African Dance Diaspora

Please post funeral arraignments.

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Posted by Margarita Martinez-Sheehan on 05/17/2017 at 9:57 AM

Re: “Arts Access Flips the Standard Line on Artists with Disabilities by Celebrating the Art, Not the Disabilities

Great article! We look forward to hosting the theater showcase at Raleigh Little Theatre

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Posted by Charles Phaneuf on 05/09/2017 at 12:58 PM

Re: “Katherine Applegate

what is this

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Posted by KATLYN SIMMONS on 05/09/2017 at 12:25 PM

Re: “Cherry Vanilla's New Wave Adventures in the Sixties and Seventies Flavor Jaybird O'Berski's Jacques Brel Revue

Cherry has a fantastic personality, and so it is that all her interviews are a joy for me to read!

Siobhan

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Posted by Siobhan DiNardo on 04/22/2017 at 12:03 AM

Re: “Forgiving is not forgetting in Ariel Dorfman's Death and the Maiden

I'm wondering why Dorfman specifically chose the Death and the Maiden quartet - deriving from the song Der Tod und das Maedchen? Perhaps a direct metaphor to Paulina and Roberto, or something else?

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Posted by trishmapow on 04/12/2017 at 12:01 AM

Re: “That Ryan Adams has a poetry book says a lot about us ... and too much about him

letters and soda: morons express themselves much as you have, my dear..ron belin

Posted by Ron J Belin on 02/20/2017 at 2:28 AM

Re: “That Ryan Adams has a poetry book says a lot about us ... and too much about him

investigate exactly the extent and volume of ryan adams show music one can listen to, free of cost, and you probably GET why this untalented critic tried to DISBUZZ this excellent sound..ron belin

Posted by Ron J Belin on 02/20/2017 at 2:25 AM

Re: “That Ryan Adams has a poetry book says a lot about us ... and too much about him

greatsuns or what have her sentiments on poetry/lyrics provided them wiylth= neither of these two GET so cannot appreciate that their " modern devices" are simply allcthey could fond:: know why that might be- both of these usrless critics have never found the ability to write.ron belin/ author of 94% of the entire array of adams' albums lyrics( not compositions)-i haven't tried the poetry specifically though i know from universally broadcast response to ryan adams show music that it is absolutely what the doctors ordered.

AND.yes, ryan does cheat for the stories w/ near genius instrumentation and applied iambic presentation; no the storylines didn't win the fans over ..not singularly..but in the sense these 3 dorks try to portray against that intellect, except for their 'follow the bouncing ball' mentalities they would not listen or read ryan adams , period. THEIR LOSS= STUPID CRITIQUE RON BELIN ( javaron) wlgj36

Posted by Ron J Belin on 02/20/2017 at 2:21 AM
Posted by Beth Browne on 02/02/2017 at 9:31 AM

Re: “A Superlative Adaptation of Virginia Woolf's Orlando Packs Centuries of Insight into a Fleet Eighty Minutes

I'm not a theatergoer, so it was off my usual path to see this production. The small/ mighty cast approached a timely and delicate theme with feverish energy and grace. They delivered Virginia Woolf's sense of humor intact while also making it their own. I was entirely transfixed, barely realizing the time that had passed. The physical space, which flanked the aisle stage with rows of seating, created a productive discomfort for me; when the actors were faced away from my side of the theater, watching the audience watching on the other side became natural and necessary for gathering information about what was happening on stage. Unforgettably creative on every level. (I would've been happy just sitting among the metalwork.) Maybe I'll become a theatergoer after all...

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Posted by Aims Arches on 02/01/2017 at 9:22 PM

Re: “David Harrower Lives Up to His Name in Blackbird, a Challenging Portrait of Abuse

I personally am remarkably intrigued to see this production but since I can't drive myself to it I will sadly most likely miss out

Posted by Ryan Oliveira on 01/11/2017 at 10:18 AM
Posted by Rollo_Tomasi on 01/04/2017 at 4:40 PM

Re: “Panorama Captures Life in Our State Through a Lens of Intimate Reality, Not Drive-By Nostalgia

What a beautifully written article. Great writer!

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Posted by Kathy Lestelle on 01/04/2017 at 1:06 PM

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