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Pieces by Jiri Kylian, Dwight Rhoden mix classical, modern movements in season-ending concert.

Actor’s Theatre provides a highly-charged rendering of Baitz’ Tony nominee.

Documentary looks at Alejandro Jodorowsky’s failed 1970s attempt to make a science fiction classic.

Springsteen and E Street Band alternate power chords and philosophy in an extraordinary concert at Time Warner Cable Arena.

Story of alien who wants to become human (or so I concluded) sticks in the memory.

Stephen Adly Guirgis’ long but articulate meditation on history’s most famous traitor covers many viewpoints.

Beautifully designed title character, appealing humans and a clever directorial concept add up to a winning hour.

Concertmaster Calin Lupanu solos attractively in Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No. 1; bold “Petrushka” succeeds.

Writer-director Mike Flanagan enlarges his 2006 short with a disturbing tale that bridges two eras. Grade: B+

Yet there’s more of a social conscience than usual in a Michael Jackson tribute that has some depth.

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Lawrence Toppman
Lawrence Toppman is a theater critic and culture writer with The Charlotte Observer.