Durham 150

090: Common denominators. Veteran performer Dale Wolf on silence, story, and speaking out. [Durham 150 Artist Spotlight]

Dale Wolf is a writer, mime, performer, teacher, and veteran of the NC arts community. In this episode with good humor, good stories, and great vulnerability, Dale touches on physicality, baseball, identity, politics & performance, creating new work, being an independent artist, and making art in Durham since the 1970s. BIO Dale Wolf moved to …

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088: Songspeller and multi-disciplinary artist Kamara Thomas digs into the American dilemma. [Durham 150 Artist Spotlight]

Mythology, music, geography, spirituality, North Carolina, and the creative process with Kamara Thomas! An episode rich with questions and contemplation, and the first Durham 150 Artist Spotlight interview. Enjoy! Kamara Thomas is a singer, songspeller, and multi-disciplinary storyteller based in Durham, NC. Kamara was named one of the “14 Artists Proving Black Americana is Real” …

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079: A+A Dance Company critiques misogynistic systems with “Don’t Get Any Ideas, Little Lady.”

Alyssa Noble and Allie Pfeffer, the co-founders and co-directors of A+A Dance Company, make art that is inclusive, financially accessible, and socially responsible. They prioritize working with marginalized groups, specifically as it pertains to gender identity and sexuality. In their upcoming evening-length work titled “Don’t Get Any Ideas, Little Lady,” A+A Dance Company “throws salt …

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