Karamu premieres Jada's Journal tonight
In its second semester since its return to campus, Karamu Theater Company debuts its spring production tonight.
Writers, photographers document Durham Bulls
“We are trying to find and document and reveal the art and craft of baseball.”
Duke sings comedic opera
“Something appealing, something appalling, something for everyone, a comedy tonight!”
Interactive dancework realizes history
The interactive immersion of CANE prompts the audience to reflect on how history is realized.
CDS exhibition showcases 40 years of photos
“What’s exciting is that [Kwilecki’s collection] is kind of incomparable. Who else has spent forty years in one place?”
Spring Awakening breaks taboos, both onstage and off
“I knew when we started, I wasn’t going to shy away from any of this.”
Ronald Reis exhibit depicts urban settings
It feels foolish to talk in abstract terms because there is little abstract here.
Visiting poet Jay Wright to give readings
The English department and the Blackburn Fund will host a poetry reading by Blackburn Visiting Poet Jay Wright and a play reading the following night.
Duke theater performs absurdist Lear
The Bryan Center’s Sheafer Lab Theater has become a surreal, Cocteau-inspired, pseudo-Renaissance wonderland.
Dance documentary Pina returns to Triangle in 3D
Pina is an example of top-tier dance captured by a masterful filmmaker using budding cinematic techniques.
Archive literary fest hosts playwright Parks
"I’m hoping to form a sort of bulwark against an insidious, tame-looking, schmaltz-laden mode of expression that threatens to cover us all...”
Annual Choreolab showcases dance works
This year’s Choreolab aims to expand, deepen and challenge your perceptions of dance.
All of the Above highlights women's voices
“It’s supposed to be a snapshot of what it’s like to be a girl at Duke.”
Triangle artists respond to new musical project
Back when people bought real CDs, half the thrill was looking through the paper album sleeves.
Artist Mutu premieres show at Nasher
The collages are eerily beautiful, each one a window into an ethereal world of jellyfish horizons and mini-mushroom patches.
House course celebrates, teaches art of spoken word
“I don’t want people to come in thinking, ‘Oh, it’s a poetry reading.’ They’re coming to a spoken word event where anything could happen."
Ackland exhibition displays diversity of modern love
In this exhibition, the “love” extends beyond our penchants for romantic gimmicks.
Duke Chapel labyrinth promotes reflection
This Tuesday, March 5, members of the Duke community are invited to reflectively walk a labyrinth in the Duke Chapel.
Improv comes to Common Ground Theatre
"If you laugh, we’re doing comedy; if you don’t we’re doing drama.”
Hoi Polloi theater company to perform work-in-progress based on Plato's Republic
What does the ancient Greece of Plato’s The Republic have in common with the world today?
Light Sensitive exhibition opens at Nasher
Light Sensitive: Photographic Works from North Carolina Collections dispels the myth of photographic realism.
Valentine's show celebrates diversity of love
This Valentine's Day, you could sit alone in your room, cautiously avoiding the coconut crèmes in a Russell Stover variety box.
Theater Review: Clybourne Park
In fact, I heard the older man next to me whisper to his friend, “I hope there are no children here.”