Indy Week | Issue Archives | Apr 12, 2000

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  • Apr 12-18, 2000
  • Vol. 17, No. 15

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  • Force of nature
  • Music Feature
  • Force of nature

    A preview of free-jazz saxophone maestro Peter Brotzmann, who makes a rare Triangle appearance next week, plus a look at CDs from two young saxophonists.
  • Looking inward
  • Music Feature
  • Looking inward

    Famed violinist Midori comes to town for a performance with the N.C. Symphony.

Arts

  • The men behind the masks
  • Arts Feature
  • The men behind the masks

    Haw River puppeteers Jan Burger and Donovan Zimmerman head to Washington, D.C., this weekend to demonstrate aaginst the IMF and the World Bank.
  • The poetry of work
  • Arts Feature
  • The poetry of work

    In a recent interview, writer Robert Morgan discusses his craft and his attraction to Appalachian subjects.
  • Full Stoppard
  • Arts Feature
  • Full Stoppard

    Tom Stoppard's in love--with freedom--in Burning Coal's Night and Day, and Emma's Child, a North Carolina premiere from Taravita Productions, explores the pain of parenthood.

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