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Indies Arts Awards: Durham poet Dasan Ahanu uses hip-hop education and action to inspire more work

This year’s Indies Arts Awards winners also include Chris Tonelli, Cicely Mitchell, Greg Lowenhagen, Emil Kang and Kym Register.

Indies Arts Awards: Chris Tonelli gives Raleigh its poetry presence, even if it can feel like a one-person mission

This year’s Indies Arts Awards winners also include Dasan Ahanu, Cicely Mitchell, Greg Lowenhagen, Emil Kang and Kym Register.

Rock-solid performances from a sterling cast covered all bets when Honest Pint Theatre Company's no-cuts, no-quarter-given production of HAMLET dared to stack the deck against itself. INDY Week review: http://po.st/hpHr

Rock-solid performances from a sterling cast covered all bets when Honest Pint Theatre Company's no-cuts, no-quarter-given production of HAMLET dared to stack the deck against itself. INDY Week review: http://po.st/hpHr

After an NC State prof uncovers their profound influence on each other, Danny Glover & Felix Justice explore Langston Hughes & Martin Luther King's friendship on stage Friday @NCStateLIVE. INDY Week preview: po.st/nlMLp

After an NC State prof uncovers their profound influence on each other, Danny Glover & Felix Justice explore Langston Hughes & Martin Luther King's friendship on stage Friday @NCStateLIVE. INDY Week preview: po.st/nlMLp

"Faith is taking the first step even when you don't see the whole staircase."~Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

With Black History Month around the corner and Martin Luther King Jr. Day behind us, we thought it would be good to commemorate one of our greatest heroes in the civil rights movement.

Two men meet in the lobby of a New York boarding house on a hot summer evening in 1928. Two actors swap their roles every night. Eugene O'Neill's HUGHIE, opening tonight at Sonorous Road Productions. INDY Week calendar preview: po.st/ssHp .

Two men meet in the lobby of a New York boarding house on a hot summer evening in 1928. Two actors swap their roles every night. Eugene O'Neill's HUGHIE, opening tonight at Sonorous Road Productions. INDY Week calendar preview: po.st/ssHp .

War journalists and editor confront the dilemma Spalding Gray never solved in South Stream's convincing interpersonal drama TIME STANDS STILL at Sonorous Road. INDY Week review: po.st/SStss

War journalists and editor confront the dilemma Spalding Gray never solved in South Stream's convincing interpersonal drama TIME STANDS STILL at Sonorous Road. INDY Week review: po.st/SStss

With its successful first season wrapped, what’s next for Durham Independent Dance Artists?

To find out, we take in Renay Aumiller’s season-closing Blood Moon and swing by the DIDA wrap party at Criterion.

Free Shakespeare for the masses is a fine idea—but staging his weakest script without solving its obvious problems? Unfortunately, not so much. Bare Theatre's TWO "GENTLEMEN" OF VERONA. The INDY Week review: po.st/btTGr

Free Shakespeare for the masses is a fine idea—but staging his weakest script without solving its obvious problems? Unfortunately, not so much. Bare Theatre's TWO "GENTLEMEN" OF VERONA. The INDY Week review: po.st/btTGr

Berlin and Durham connect in two audacious dance pieces, What Doesn’t Work and La Mula, at the Carrack Modern Art

DIDA presents the performances by Tommy Noonan, Murielle Elizéon and Anja Müller Dec.

In the future, when the human body becomes increasingly dislocated in the digital rush, human suffering can be outsourced online as easily as office piecework. The chilling consequences are in THE NETHER at Manbites Dog Theater. The INDY Week review: po.st/mbNr

In the future, when the human body becomes increasingly dislocated in the digital rush, human suffering can be outsourced online as easily as office piecework. The chilling consequences are in THE NETHER at Manbites Dog Theater. The INDY Week review: po.st/mbNr

George Carlin

A Top 10 soc list, Top 10 George Carlin Quotes, presented by Alternative Reel

Adapter/director Lucinda Danner Gainey gives us politics through a Tarantino lens fast-forwarding through HENRY VI. Still, it's strange when her title character's reduced to a supporting role, outflanked by far more vivid work from others. INDY Week review: po.st/btH6r

Adapter/director Lucinda Danner Gainey gives us politics through a Tarantino lens fast-forwarding through HENRY VI. Still, it's strange when her title character's reduced to a supporting role, outflanked by far more vivid work from others. INDY Week review: po.st/btH6r