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Durham Public Performance-Art Project SITES Expands Its Exploration of Gentrification and Development Into Raleigh and Chapel Hill

The revamped series begins with a party and performance at Accordion Club on Friday, September 21.

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The Fan Community of Popular True-Crime Podcast My Favorite Murder Is Out of Control. Have Its Hosts Done Enough to Fix It?

Arts Feature When Georgia Hardstark and Karen Kilgariff started their dishy true crime/comedy podcast My Favorite Murder in January 2016, they didn't expect it to blow

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With a Fresh Vision, Exciting Sixtieth-Anniversary Exhibits, and an Impending Remodel, the Ackland Art Museum Bounds into the Future

Arts Feature Plus, our editor’s picks for five art exhibits and five art festivals you can’t miss this fall.

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With Manbites Dog Gone, the Future of Durham Theater Might Reside at—Wait, Really? Northgate Mall?

Arts Feature Plus, our editor’s picks for seven stage works you can’t miss this fall.

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As Poet Laureate, Jaki Shelton Green Wants to Amplify North Carolina’s Muted Voices

Arts Feature Plus, our editor’s picks for five readings you can’t miss this fall.

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The INDY's 2018 Fall Guide to Arts & Culture

Arts Feature The storm of the century and the storm of fall arts land simultaneously this week. Let's weather the former and sort through the latter together.

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In Contemporary Showcase People Get Ready, The Nasher’s Progressive Vision Snaps into Blazing Focus

Arts Feature This blockbuster fall exhibit runs at the Nasher through January 6 of next year. But don't wait.

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Don't Call It Dinner Theater—Snap Pea's The Banquet Was Like Nothing the Triangle Has Ever Tasted

Theater The innovative (if commensurately pricey) immersive theater and food experience came to The Fruit in late August.

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SPARKcon Is Saved! But Why Did It Need to Be?

Arts Feature At the start of August, the Raleigh arts festival's funding was $22,500 short of its operating budget.

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In Temples of Lung and Air, Spoken-Word Star Kane Smego Drops Real Talk on Hip-Hop and White Privilege

Theater Smego's solo show comes to Kenan Theatre in PlayMakers' second-stage series through Sunday this week.

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DDI’s Public Space Project Is an Audacious, Inclusive New-Durham Turn for a Venerable Old-Durham Nonprofit

Theater The series of public performances begins at Five Points this Third Friday with projects by Marcella Camara, Wendy Spitzer, and Douglas Vuncannon.

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Flame Is Considered as an Element of Creation and Destruction in Paperhand Puppet Intervention’s In the Heart of the Fire

Theater The puppet theater's annual summer pageant runs at Chapel Hill's Forest Theatre and Raleigh's NCMA well into September.

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A Successful Raleigh Theater Family Plays a Famous Historical One, the Kellers, in Seed Art Share’s Immersive The Miracle Worker

Theater The production runs this weekend at The Borden Building in Raleigh's Fletcher Park.

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Burn This Entombs a Sparkless Power Couple and Other Urban Vampires in Downtown New York Lofts

Theater Lanford Wilson's 1987 drama runs at Sonorous Road Theatre through Sunday, Aug. 19.

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In James Baldwin’s Rarely Staged The Amen Corner, a Spiritual Leader’s Fall Is All but Preordained

Theater Agape Theater Project presents the show at NCCU University Theatre through Sunday, Aug. 5.

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Danai Gurira's Obie-Winning Eclipsed Gets Intimate with Women Facing Impossible Choices in War-Torn Liberia

Theater The Women's Theatre Festival production runs at The Fruit through Sunday, Aug. 5.

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The Best Historical Plays Excavate the Why, but These Shining Lives Stops with the Who and the What

Theater The Women's Theatre Festival production runs at The ArtsCenter through Sunday, Aug. 5.

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