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Site Terrific: A Third Friday When the Durham Dance Scene Just Worked

Stephanie Leathers, Anna Barker, ShaLeigh Dance Works, and Ginger Wagg showed Durham dance at its best last Friday.

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LaVare’s House Is a Much-Needed Durham Haven for LGBTQIA People in Addiction Recovery

Reading Local author Sam Peterson adds to the story he told in Trunky (transgender junky): A Memoir of Institutionalization & Southern Hospitality.

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Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead Is So Much More than a Peanuts Satire

Theater Bert V. Royal's rewarding dark comedy runs at NRACT through Oct. 1.

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Closer Than They Appear Probes the Cutting Edges of Virtual Reality, the Military, and PTSD Treatment

Theater Christine Evans's compelling drama runs at UNC in the Process Series through Oct. 1.

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The Cake Edits Reality to Ignore the Everyday Consequences of Bible Belt Homophobia

Theater Bekah Brunstetter's apologia for nice Southern Christian folks runs at PlayMakers through Oct. 1.

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Fall into Art

Visual Art Post-Abstraction Expressionist painting at the Nasher, fifty years of the Ebony Fashion Fair at NCMA, and more.

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Fall into Comedy

Comedy The world has seemed pretty short on laughs in recent times, but in the Triangle's comedy clubs and theaters, you can find temporary relief.

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Art History Gets Off the Wall in NCMA Curator Jennifer Dasal's ArtCurious Podcast

Arts Feature After a first season exploring mysteries and oddities, Dasal is exploring art and World War II in her current, second season.

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Despite the Implosion of Miss Lulu Bett, the Women's Theatre Festival Made Major Gains in Year Two

Theater Better production values, a more focused footprint, and a better-curated selection put paid to promised improvements after last year.

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Even an Oblivious Birthday Party Didn't Derail ShakesBEER, Bare Theatre's Boozy Travesty of the Bard

Theater We saw it at Fullsteam in Durham, but now it moves to Imurj in Raleigh and Mystery Brewing Public House in Hillsborough.

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The Radical Power of Impolite Women in Little Green Pig's Yes to Nothing

Theater After opening at Slim's in Raleigh, the punk-rock musical moves to Nightlight in Chapel Hill and The Pinhook in Durham.

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Taking Complementary Routes, Married Artists Donald Martiny and Celia Johnson Meet at the Crossroads of Color and Form

Arts Feature Martiny and Johnson's new exhibit of paintings, Juxtaposition, opens at Artspace in Raleigh on Friday, September 1.

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In Punk-Rock Musical Yes to Nothing, a Female Band from the Eighties Faces Music-Scene Sexism We Still Know Too Well

Theater Directed by Caitlin Wells and written by Mara Thomas, Little Green Pig's season opener begins raging through the Triangle this week.

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One of Those Rare, Special Nights at the Theater with Gospel Musical and "Hat Queen" Ode Crowns

Theater The triumphant Raleigh Little Theatre show is running through Sept. 17.

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In the New Gregg Museum of Art & Design, N.C. State Finally Gets a Nasher of Its Own

Arts Feature The new and improved Gregg Museum opens to the public on Saturday with three exhibits and a day of family activities, tours, and art demonstrations.

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Incarcerated Voices Speak Through Two Current Theater Productions, Count and Conversations with Hitler

Theater Count runs at PlayMakers this week, while Conversations with Hitler runs at Sonorous Road Theatre through September 2.

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Wants Upon a Time Is a Commedia Dell'arte Interrogation of What Happily Ever After Really Means

Theater Francesca Talenti's theater work is performed on the Hillsborough Riverwalk on the last Friday of each month through September.

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  • Sun Assembly English Country Dance @ Reality Center

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    • Fridays, Saturdays, 7:30-9:30 p.m., Sundays, 7:30-9:30 p.m. and Thu., Sept. 28, 7:30-9:30 p.m. Continues through Oct. 8 $18-$24
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  • A Kiss of the Earth @ NC Museum of Art

    • Through Jan. 28, 2018 Free
  • Heather Bell Adams @ Cocoon Gallery

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your 20 sept review of playmakers current offering missed the boat, big time. the play portrayed all the characters as …

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Our community is indeed fortunate that LaVare's House provides a supportive living environment for LGBTQIA folk in recovery.

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