Arts Listings, March 19
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SPRING FOR ART
A celebration of spring with artwork by Naomi Writz and Earl Rasmussen and guitar music by Scott Sawyer will be from 1-5 p.m. Sunday, March 30, at 714 Ninth St., suite 207A.
FULL FRAME DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL
The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival will be from Thursday, April 3, to Sunday, April 6, in Durham. fullframefest.org.
DURHAM ART WALK SPRING MARKET
The Durham Art Walk Spring Market will be from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 12, and 1-5 p.m. Sunday, April 13, downtown. Artists may register online until Monday, Feb. 24. durhamartwalk.com, durhamartwalk.com/artists/artist-registration.
1336 Campus Drive. March 29-30: Duke Opera Workshop. dukeperformances.duke.edu/venues/baldwin-auditorium.
309 W. Morgan St. March 20: Shawn Colvin and Steve Earle. March 22: Arturo Sandoval. March 23: The Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle, The Concert Singers of Cary, “A Touch of Neo-Classicism.” April 9: Ben Taylor. April 10: Jesse Cook. April 16: Rusted Root. April 18: Ben Sollee. May 7: Red Baraat. May 11: The Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle, Louis Schwizgebel-Wang, “The Past Meets the Present.” May 28: Maysa. 919-560-3030, www.carolinatheatre.org.
401 Chapel Drive. March 25: Ciompi Quartet Lunchtime Classics. 919-660-3333, music.duke.edu.
By Wilson Dorm on Duke University’s East Campus. March 22: Spires, Liquor Store. March 29: Dolfish, Max Stern. April 3: Woodsman. April 5: Nana Grizol, Jason Anderson, Cottontail. April 10: Mac Demarco, Juan Wauters. April 11: Miracles of Modern Science. April 13: Horse Feathers. dukecoffeehouse.org
March 21, Nelson Music Room: Katharina Uhde, R. Larry Todd. March 27, Bone Hall in Biddle Music Building: Voice Master Class with Dana Zenobi. April 6, Page Auditorium: Kidznotes, Duke Chamber Players. 919-684-4444, dukeperformances.duke.edu.
DURHAM PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
123 Vivian St. March 20: The Ten Tenors-On Broadway. March 24: Crosby, Stills and Nash. March 27: Zakir Hussain. April 6: Get The Led Out. May 1: Rob Thomas. May 6: Ledisi, The Robert Glasper Experience. May 9: Brit Floyd. May 11: Jaheim. June 5: Weezer. June 22: Ringo Starr, All Starr Band. Aug. 9: Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. Aug. 20: Tori Amos. Oct. 4: Ian Anderson. dpacnc.org.
BULL CITY ARTS COLLABORATIVE
401-B Foster St. March 21: Jessica Ullom, “Hawks and Doves.” 6-9 p.m. 919-949-4847, bullcityarts.org.
DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL
120 Morris St. March 21: Laura Williams, “Under Botanical Influence,” John Dempsey, “Between Landscape and Place,” Cynthia Aldrich, “The Still Life Reinterpreted.” 5-7 p.m. 919-560-2787, durhamarts.org.
923 Franklin St. March 21: Sarah E. Dale, “Re:circled.” 6-9 p.m. 919-688-6960, scrapexchange.org.
1004 Morning Glory Ave. March 21: Alan Chin, Jeremy M. Lange, Lance Rosenfield. 6-9 p.m. spectrearts.org.
THROUGH THIS LENS
303 E. Chapel Hill St. March 21: Bernard Herman, “40 Years a Photographist: Experiments in Color and Form.” 6-9 p.m. 919-687-0250, throughthislens.com.
214 Hunt St. Saturdays: Art Market. 9 a.m.-2 p.m. 919-688-8267, www.vegametals.com.
309 W. Morgan St. March 21: The Upright Citizens Brigade. March 27-30: “The Sorcerer.” March 28: Jay Leno. April 8-13: “The Wizard of Oz.” April 11: Demetri Martin. April 29-30: “American Idiot.” May 3: Carolina Ballet, “Romeo and Juliet.” May 10: Brian Regan. May 13-18: “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.” May 30-June 1: “Mamma Mia!” May 31: Mike Birbiglia. 919-560-3030, carolinatheatre.org.
COMMON GROUND THEATRE
4815-B Hillsborough Road. March 20-22: “The Art of Deception.” 919-384-7817, cgtheatre.com.
DURHAM PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
123 Vivian St. March 28: Jay Leno. April 5: Chelsea Handler. April 26: The Tenderloins. May 10: Brian Regan. May 21: Eddie Izzard. Oct. 25: Bill Cosby. Nov. 8: Joan Rivers. dpacnc.org.
MANBITES DOG THEATER
703 Foster St. March 20-22, 27-30, April 2-5: “Grounded.” 919-682-3343, manbitesdogtheater.org.
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