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In a culture much healthier than ours, Brown’s key statements on the goodness and the multifaceted nature of black love, bodies, and friendships would be universally self-evident. more

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Photo courtesy of Galerie Lelong & Co.

Birthday Presents, an exhibit of philanthropic gifts to the Ackland Art Musuem, runs through January. more

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Photo by Lydia Bittner-Baird

These anxious small-town musicians, aspiring managers, obsessive collectors, and ravenous fans are grappling with more than shuttering clubs and scene infighting. more

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The Ballad of Buster Scruggs premieres in select theaters and on Netflix this Friday, Nov. 16. more

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We don't see a lot of indie sci-fi on the big screen here, but this one, featuring Jay Duplass, is landing in Cary. more

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photo courtesy of Bartlett Theater

Bartlett Theater presents Annie Barker's controversial 2013 drama through Sunday, Nov. 11. more

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CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME

photo courtesy of Fox Searchlight

In her first big dramatic role, comic actor Melissa McCarthy makes the most of a muddled characterization of a real-life literary forger. more

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photo by Areon Mobasher

The Tony- and Pulitzer-winning musical Next to Normal is running at NRACT through Sunday, Nov. 11. more

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photo courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics

Rupert Everett writes, directs, and stars in a wonderfully acted but sometimes clumsily told story of a great writer wrecked by a cruel culture. more

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Photo by Alessio Bolzoni for Amazon Studios

The Call Me by Your Name director's update of Dario Argento's seminal occult thriller opens Friday, Nov. 2. more

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After Holderness convincingly rock-and-rolled through the venerable “Time Warp,” he’d fully earned his way on stage. more

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photo by Areon Mobasher

Burning Coal Theatre Company presents David Hare's vivid Bush-administration chronicle through Sunday, Oct. 28. more

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Photo by Tobin Yelland

Hill's love letter to the nineties opens on Friday, Oct. 26. more

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photo courtesy of Universal

Haddonfield, 2018: It's been thirty years since Michael Myers last stalked Laurie Strode, and no one can move on. more

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photo by Curtis Brown

Before Hamilton, Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote music and lyrics for this tale of gentrification in Washington Heights. NC Theatre's spectacular production is on through Sunday. more

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MacArthur genius Dominique Morisseau’s drama runs at PlayMakers through Oct. 28. more

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The regional premiere of Alex Goldberg’s one-act drama is running through Oct. 21 in Raleigh. more

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photo courtesy of Universal Pictures

Better than any other film, First Man conveys the folly of the early space program as well as the majesty and courage. more

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We speak with local producer Ben Wiessner in advance of the film's regional premiere at Alamo Drafthouse. more

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The film, said to be Redford's last as an actor, opens Friday, Oct. 19. more

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  • The Revolutionists

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    The Revolutionists

    Melanie Simmons in The Revolutionists at Raleigh Little Theatre

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    photo by Tim Walter

    Curve of Departure