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Citizens of the Universe does a play that’s seldom revived but worth reviving.

For the third consecutive Labor Day, photographer Deborah Triplett invites Charlotteans to tap into their own creativity – and meet their neighbors in the process

Kitty Gaston was an arts advocate who, along with her late sister, was responsible for notable Charlotte projects such as artist Ben Long’s fresco at St. Peter’s Catholic Church and the Hugh Pharr McManaway statue in Myers Park. She died last week at age 78.

"Motown the Musical" is taking a break from Broadway.

Show about adult film actors remains nearly as shallow as the industry it teases, but it earns laughs.

They're traditionally used for drinking vessels, birdhouses and the occasional decorative fall spread.

New York's Metropolitan Opera reached tentative labor deals with two of its largest unions early Monday while negotiations continued with 10 more unions in hopes of averting a lockout.

Small troupe packs UpStage for Alan Ball’s comedy

Developmentally disabled folks get free instruction in all modes of movement at new Gastonia studio.

Children’s Theatre of Charlotte presents theater for toddlers by PlayPlay!

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