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Tony Wright’s apt performance as a man with an invisible rabbit friend keeps this comedy rolling at Theatre Charlotte.

This an exceptional production, which might be described as old-school Puccini in the pit, but experimental on stage.

Charlotte City Council unanimously approved spending $1.9million Monday for public art for the Lynx Blue Line extension, as well as $21million to help a contractor overcome delays due to problems relocating utilities for the train.

Dr. Lee Bates and his wife also donated a piece by pop artist Peter Max. The works will go on display starting Tuesday.

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Arts advocates shifting away from central fund-raising to focus on engaging groups with potential patrons.

Lawrence Toppman: Every time I prepare this preview guide for the arts season, I wish I were rich and retired. Rich because I’d indulge every whim, from seeing the immortal Audra McDonald and Chita Rivera in the same month (next February, courtesy of Blumenthal Performing Arts) to attending musicals ranging from “Jesus Christ Superstar” to “101 Dalmatians.”

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