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‘Anti-conference’ to explore human rights

The Visualizing Human Rights Anti-Conference isn’t a stuffy meeting with professors, politicians, data and charts. It’s an all-day event using performance, multimedia and art to tell the stories of people fighting for human rights around the world.

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Durham native brings dance home to Triangle

In its first four years, Carolina Performing Arts paid for the production of 15 premiere performances. Tonight, the Philadelphia Dance Company, called PHILADANCO, will perform “Watching Go By, The Day,” — the first commissioned performance since 2009 and the only one this season.

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UNC Opera presents Mozart’s ‘Magic Flute’

In 1791, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s classic opera “Die Zauberflöte” — “The Magic Flute” — premiered two months before his death. Tonight, UNC Opera will perform the opera in the recently renovated Playmakers Theatre. Saturday night’s performance will feature a different cast, which UNC Opera director Terry Rhodes said is not common practice for the ensemble.

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Puppet show takes the stage

These aren’t the Muppets. “Woyzeck on the Highveld,” which will be performed at Memorial Hall tonight and Saturday, tells the story of class distinction, insanity and murder — all through the use of puppets.

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Cirque Eloize comes to Memorial Hall

Two rival gangs, fighting for the identity of a city. No, this isn’t “West Side Story.” This is Cirque Eloize’s “iD,” a modern mix of circus, dance and stunts exploring public identity.

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