Byron Woods

INDY Week's award-winning contributing editor and live arts critic. Sunsets, long walks—and incisive analysis of regional live theater and dance.

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Ken Ludwig’s Light, Lively Take on Robin Hood Has a Moving Political Message for Today
September, 26 2018
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Theater Review: Emotional Velocity and Musical Riches in Theatre Raleigh's Once
September, 20 2018
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With Manbites Dog Gone, the Future of Durham Theater Might Reside at—Wait, Really? Northgate Mall?
September, 12 2018
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Don't Call It Dinner Theater—Snap Pea's The Banquet Was Like Nothing the Triangle Has Ever Tasted
August, 29 2018
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Theater Review: Seed Art Share's Immersive The Miracle Worker Reconnected Us with a Midcentury Theater Classic
August, 15 2018
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Flame Is Considered as an Element of Creation and Destruction in Paperhand Puppet Intervention’s In the Heart of the Fire
August, 15 2018
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Theater Review: A Faded but Formidable, Distinctly Carnivorous Maria Callas Draws Operatic Blood in Master Class
August, 14 2018
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Burn This Entombs a Sparkless Power Couple and Other Urban Vampires in Downtown New York Lofts
August, 8 2018
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A Successful Raleigh Theater Family Plays a Famous Historical One, the Kellers, in Seed Art Share’s Immersive The Miracle Worker
August, 8 2018
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In James Baldwin’s Rarely Staged The Amen Corner, a Spiritual Leader’s Fall Is All but Preordained
August, 1 2018
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If You Make It Through a Misfiring First Half, a Rewarding Home Stretch Awaits in Revived Short-Play Festival NC 10 by 10
July, 25 2018
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ADF Review: Heady Deconstructionist Tere O'Connor's Long Run Is More Engaging in Theory than Practice
July, 20 2018
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Theater Review: Innovative Direction and Fine Performances Add Intimacy and Impact to Theatre Raleigh's Big Fish
July, 19 2018
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Manbites Dog Theater Vets Regroup as Bulldog Ensemble Theater to Carry on the Company's Legacy. But First, They Have to Find a Play.
July, 18 2018
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Goblin Market Is the Most Difficult, Ambitious, and Successful Women's Theatre Festival Production Yet
July, 18 2018
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ADF Review: In an Era of Tested Faith, the Buoyancy of Rosie Herrera's Belief Might Just See Us Through
July, 9 2018
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Theater Review: There Are Plenty of Laughs Left in Mo Gaffney and Kathy Najimy's Sketch Comedy in Parallel Lives
July, 6 2018
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As Science Catches Up with Decades of Anecdotal Evidence that Dance Helps People with Parkinson’s Disease, Local Efforts Converge at ADF
July, 4 2018
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Why Doesn't Homeland Security Want You to See Dana Ruttenberg Dance Group at ADF?
July, 4 2018
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ADF Review: A Concert of Dance by Returning Alumni Reminds Us That Sometimes, You Can't Go Home Again
July, 2 2018
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After Decades Spent Dancing the Visions of Others, Anne Plamondon Tells the Story of her Father’s Schizophrenia in Her Choreographic Debut
June, 27 2018
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Theater Review: One of Theater's Great Sacrificial Characters Strikes Back in Iphigenia in Splott
June, 22 2018
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ADF Review: Shen Wei, Samuel Beckett, and Morton Feldman Meet in the Bardo in Neither
June, 22 2018
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We Fear for Families Riven by Grief in the Deeply Poetic Crumble (Lay Me Down, Justin Timberlake)
June, 20 2018
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Theatre Raleigh's Stellar Significant Other Puts the Perils of Being the "Gay Best Friend" on Blast
June, 20 2018
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Anyone Trying to Top TheatreFest's Production of Hitchcock Adaptation The 39 Steps Has Their Work Cut Out for Them
June, 20 2018
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ADF Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Ronald K. Brown Rewrote the Theory-Drunk Playbook of Modern Dance with Emotion, Musicality, and Storytelling
June, 13 2018
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Theater Review: Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater's Songs Can't Quite Shine Through a Patchy Production of Spring Awakening
June, 8 2018
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Theater Review: Not Every Forty-Year-Old Thriller Still Elicits Gasps Like Deathtrap
June, 7 2018
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Spend A Night with Janis Joplin Courtesy of NC Theatre
May, 2 2018
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Hand to God, an Irreverent-to-Blasphemous Broadway Farce, Casts a Possibly Demonic Sock Puppet in an Unlikely Morality Play
April, 25 2018
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Star Pocket Theatre's Debut Production, The Member of the Wedding, Shows Predictable Growing Pains and a Promising Future
April, 25 2018
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Hamilton and Star Wars Parodies Are on Tap in ShakesBEER II: The Bard Strikes Back
April, 20 2018
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Though British Royalty Is Surging in Pop Culture, Provocative “Future History Play” King Charles III Reminds Us We May Be Living in Its Twilight
April, 18 2018
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Kristin Clotfelter's Pensive Dance with Cardboard Boxes and Other Highlights of Tobacco Road's Annual Showcase
April, 18 2018
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Though It Perplexed New York, Steve Martin and Edie Brickell's Appalachian Musical Bright Star Should Fare Well Here
April, 15 2018
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In Leaving Eden, an Early-Twentieth-Century Cotton Mill and a Modern Pork Plant Are the Axles of Racially Violent Cycles
April, 11 2018
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David Henderson Plays Nine Characters in The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey, Some More Convincing than Others
April, 11 2018
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Mike Bartlett Rewrites Future History in King Charles III at Burning Coal
April, 11 2018
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600 Highwaymen Enlists the Audience to Perform in The Fever at Current
April, 11 2018
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Nine Characters, One Performer—That's the Challenge David Henderson Faces in The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey
April, 6 2018
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Immersive Theater Work Escape to Freedom Puts You in the Shoes of an Enslaved Person Fleeing a Raleigh Plantation
April, 6 2018
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Actors Settle Unfinished Business in NRACT's Musical Comedy Miscast 2018: Warped Outcasts
April, 4 2018
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Lessons Unlearned in Mike Wiley's Leaving Eden, a Tale of Immigrant Rights, Racial Strife, and Small-Town N.C. Politics
April, 4 2018
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In Un-Becoming Ailey, Daniel B. Coleman Chávez Unlearns an Oppressive Past in Dance and Reconstructs It as an Empowered Trans Person
March, 28 2018
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Nederlands Dans Theater's The Statement Proves Business Is Warfare by Another Name
March, 27 2018
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Marc Bamuthi Joseph Explores His Relationship with Soccer and Haitian-American Identity at N.C. State
March, 26 2018
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Celebrate Women's History Month at the Hayti Heritage Center with Wimmin@Work2018
March, 23 2018
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Spend an Existentialist Eternity in Cary's Page-Walker Hotel with Jean-Paul Sartre's No Exit
March, 15 2018
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Carolina Ballet Steps Out to Maurice Ravel's Beloved Boléro
March, 14 2018
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