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Here’s your chance to win valuable prizes by celebrating the sculpture’s fifth anniversary in Charlotte.

Even if they don’t peak at an early age, most artists tend to do their best work sooner rather than later. But Spanish Catalan painter/sculptor Joan Miró was the rare exception, as shown by “Miró: The Experience of Seeing,” on display at Duke University’s Nasher Museum of Art.

Thursday’s concert delivers a grand version of Richard Strauss, but to a small audience. Performances continue Friday and Saturday nights.

This exhibition of a dozen-plus artists is a catalog of dreams. But the title indicates a harsh reality: that such dreams involve recklessness, with the outcome determining whether the flyer is brilliant or foolish.

PNC Broadway Lights tour brings fleshed-out, updated version of the rags-to-romance story.

“Mockingbird” story works better on page and film than it does onstage but still makes an impact.

A 15-block stretch of Tryon Street will be photographed at dusk Saturday by 150 volunteers resulting in a portrait 100 feet long by 4.5 inches deep.

Actor’s Theatre does Christopher Durang’s lightweight 2013 Tony-winner through Nov. 8.

Slight, spooky story benefits from actress’ smooth transitions among many characters.

Charlotte Jewish Film Festival branches out with new, brief autumn series.

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