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Justin Tornow and Heather Gordon Reunite With More Multimedia Dance Innovations in <i>No. 19/Modulations</i>

Justin Tornow and Heather Gordon Reunite With More Multimedia Dance Innovations in No. 19/Modulations

COMPANY closes this year's DIDA season at CCB Plaza and 21c Museum Hotel in Durham this week.

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If Minimalism Did Not Exist, It Would Be Necessary To Invent It. So Lucinda Childs and Her Colleagues Did.

Theater Childs, a renowned choreographer, accepts Samuel H. Scripps/American Dance Festival Award for Lifetime Achievement Tuesday night in Durham.

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At Sonorous Road, Licked Cupcake Is a Sensitive and Savvy Story for the Stage

Theater The play continues its run in Raleigh through Sunday, July 23

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Love and Biotech Coexist in Jeff VanderMeer's Borne

Reading The fiction author discusses his thrilling new novel at Chapel Hill's Flyleaf Books Saturday evening.

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The Legendary Paul Taylor Dance Company Opens Its Ranks to Brilliant Outside Choreographers in Two World Premieres at ADF

Theater Rush Hour and The Weight of Smoke premiered at DPAC last weekend.

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Raleigh Supercon Guest Michael Rooker Is as Fun IRL as He Is as Yondu in the Guardians of the Galaxy Movies

Arts Feature Rooker is one of many celebrity guests—like Lee Majors, Amy "Lita" Dumas, and LeVar Burton—who you can meet at the new Raleigh Supercon this weekend.

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The Five Mature Women in The Woodstock Tontine Shatter the Stereotypes Lazy Playwrights Favor

Theater The Women's Theatre Festival production is running at Burning Coal Theatre through Sunday, July 16.

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You Eat Local and Shop Local. So Why Not Move on from Settlers of Catan and Play Local, Too?

Arts Feature We check in with Daniel Solis, Dice Hate Me Games, and other movers and shakers in the local analog game scene.

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The Mingling of Folk and Fine Art in NCMA’s Revamped African Gallery Stirs Sharp Insights and the Usual Anxieties

Visual Art We speak with the exhibit's curators about some of the ethical knots to untangle when Western institutions set their sights on Africa.

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In Women’s Theatre Festival Opener Space Girl, Alien Love, Alienation, and Roller Derby Provide Bittersweet Laughs

Theater The opening production of the 2017 Women's Theatre Festival runs at Sonorous Road through Sunday, July 9.

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In Year Two, the Women's Theatre Festival Improves Its Occupy the Stage Marathon, Putting Up Several Staged Readings We Want to See Fully Produced

Theater Space Girl graduated from Occupy last year to the main stage this year. Here are several Occupy 2017 shows we hope meet the same fate.

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The Women’s Theatre Festival Responds to America’s Ambient Despair with a Streamlined, All-Comedy Second Season

Theater The summer festival of theater produced primarily by women starts this weekend with Space Girl, "a romp through alien lesbian roller derby."

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Closing with Hay Fever, N.C. State's TheatreFEST 2017 Enjoyed Its Strongest Season in Memory

Theater We review the Noël Coward farce that closed the festival and reflect on its success in a competitive climate.

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Honest Pint Theatre Company Wants Your Patronage

Theater The Raleigh company is the latest in the Triangle to join Patreon in the attempt to shift its funding from one-off donations to sustainable support.

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Southern Accent, Launched from Durham to Louisville, Roils Kentucky's Conflicts and Possibilities as Profoundly as It Did North Carolina's

Arts Feature The revolutionary exhibit on Southern identity in contemporary art, which debuted at the Nasher last fall, makes another big impact at the Speed Art Museum in Louisville.

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

Theater The Burning Coal production runs at CAM Raleigh through Sunday, June 25.

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Fool for Love Is a Promising Start for New Theater Troupe McQueen & Company

Theater Sam Shepard's Pulitzer-nominated play brings a Mojave Desert motel room to Research Triangle High School Theatre through Sunday, June 25.

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