Photo by Paul B. Goode

This summer will bring the ADF main-stage debut of a celebrated local duo as well as a tribute to a late titan of modern dance. Read more


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photo by James Clotfelter

The boundary between dancer and spectator slips in Clotfelter's gently immersive DIDA show. Read more


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Photo courtesy of Carolina Ballet

The show contrasts the brash, broad-shouldered Fancy Free with Robbins’s introspective Afternoon of a Faun. Read more



Photo by Areon Mobasher

Stage directions are usually the least interesting part of a script, but the one at the start of Nick Payne’s thought experiment grabs your attention. Read more



Photo courtesy of SPARKcon

VAE's community meeting on March 18 will solicit feedback on the open-source arts festival's location, schedule, and activities. Read more


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Photo by Naveed Moeed

Bare Theatre plunges Timon of Athens into the greed and grit of 1980s clubland. Read more


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Photo by Huthphoto

Bertolt Brecht's Life of Galileo runs at PlayMakers through Sunday, Mar. 17. Read more


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Photo by Michael Rank

On You opens Friday, Mar. 8 at Monkey Bottom Collaborative. Read more


Distinguished on the comedy circuit, Gethard is always a nice surprise when he pops up as a character actor in TV shows such as Broad City and The Office. Read more


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photo courtesy of Theatre Raleigh

The work in progress by Mike Wiley and Howard L. Craft had its first staged reading in Reflections, a new series coproduced by NC Theatre and Theatre Raleigh. Read more



photo by Madeline Gray

When Timothy Lemuel opened Ruby Deluxe in Raleigh, he wanted to fill a gap in the Triangle’s queer scene while creating another space for creative types to hang out downtown. Read more



Photo Credit Lissa Gotwals

The church offers curated arts programming, such as the March 12 artist talk by Marcella D. Camara, but it also holds monthly Sunday services led by artists and community leaders. Read more


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Photo courtesy of Little Green Pig Theatrical Concern

Little Green Pig Theatrical Concern's latest production, Horses, runs at The Pinhook through Feb. 23rd. Read more



Photo courtesy of Sonorous Road Theatre

Sarah DeLappe’s dramatic comedy runs at Sonorous Road Theatre through Sunday, Mar. 3. Read more



Photo courtesy The Justice Theater Project.

An all-female cast performs this retelling of John Wesley Powell’s 1869 Grand Canyon expedition, which runs at Umstead Park UCC through Feb. 24. Read more

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Photo by Catherine Davis

The two-hander starring Ira David Wood III and Ira David Wood IV runs at Theatre in the Park through Sunday, Feb. 24. Read more



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Aronin's long-running open mic finds a new home at Hunky Dory in March—plus, she hosts the Bulltown Comedy Series at Fullsteam on Thursday, Feb. 19. Read more



photo by Nicolas Ruel

The latest Carolina Performing Arts co-commission from the challenging Canadian choreographer came to UNC on Friday, Feb. 1. Read more



Photo by Huthphoto

Kelly's solo show closes its Durham run at The Fruit this weekend before moving to Chapel Hill’s Historic PlayMakers Theatre. Read more


Photo by Arlene Gottfried

Gilbert Gottfried performs three sets at Raleigh Improv on Feb. 8 and 9. Read more


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    Photo by Tim Walter

    Renay Aumiller

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    Photo by Derrick Beasley

    Monét Noelle Marshall standing with members of her community

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    Melanie Simmons in The Revolutionists at Raleigh Little Theatre

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    photo by Tim Walter

    Curve of Departure