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

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

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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The Southern Oral History Program Noticed a Lack of Asian-American Voices in Its Archive. Southern Mix Is the Fix.

Lit Local The new initiative will document the stories of one of the fastest growing demographics in the country.

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

Arts Feature The Nigerian-American artist's huge chalk mural leads the way for the reopening of the museum's expanded African galleries this summer.

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Animazement, Raleigh’s Japanese Pop-Culture Convention, Happily Overwhelms Us With the Number of Unknown Wonders Still Waiting to Be Discovered

Arts Feature At this year’s event on Memorial Day weekend, a Santa, a giant blueberry, and a Japanese death god all passed by in one five-minute span.

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A Few Tech Glitches Lingering on Opening Night Didn’t Dim Sonorous Road’s Bright Prospects in Its New Theater

Theater Sonorous Road unveiled its new home in Raleigh with a return production of Bare Theatre's EverScape on June 3.

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Lynda Clark Takes a Stunning Solo Turn as Fashion Icon Diana Vreeland in Full Gallop

Theater The superlative production is currently running at N.C. State as a part of TheatreFEST 2017.

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The Adults-Only Sesame Street-Style Musical Avenue Q Remains Sadly Relevant in 2017

Theater The Tony-winning musical, now at Raleigh Little Theatre, risked becoming a period piece until our country's recent lurch to the right.

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An Oral History of the American Dance Festival: How an Academic Enclave in Vermont Became a Modern Dance Lightning Rod for Durham and the World

Arts Feature As the world-renowned modern dance festival celebrates forty years in Durham this summer, we walk from past to present with some of its key players.

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The INDY Picks the Must-See Shows of ADF's Fortieth Durham Season

Where we'll be From a clutch of Middle Eastern works to the latest from the great Bill T. Jones, we'll be having fun all summer long.

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In a Theater Scene Awash in Actors and Directors, McQueen & Company Wants to Fill In the Back End

Theater Diana Cameron McQueen's new company begins with a staging of Sam Shepard's Fool for Love this week.

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From X-Men to Deadpool, Comics Writer Chris Sims Is Taking It Back to '92

Lit Local We geek out with Sims about the allure of nineties X-Men, a legendary Atari video game contest, and how he learned to love Rob Liefeld.

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Renay Aumiller Dances with Danger in the Form of Four Large Metal Pendulums in boneGlow

Arts Feature The latest show in the DIDA season comes to the Living Arts Collective this weekend.

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A Chance Encounter with Trump Supporters in D.C. Leads to Resistance Con, an Ambitious New Art and Activism Convention in Durham

Arts Feature The convention debuts at the Durham Convention Center on Saturday, June 3, bookended by events at Motorco and the Pinhook.

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An Uneven Score, Cast, and Staging Make Ghost the Musical an Oddly Dispiriting Experience

Theater After dying on Broadway, this regional production also struggles at North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre.

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The First Staged Reading of Downrange: Voices From the Homefront Was a Full-Blown Theatrical Fiasco

Theater An unprecedented error tanked the debut of Mike Wiley's new documentary play at Raleigh Little Theater.

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