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Running September 4 through 7, the eighth annual edition of this multidisciplinary arts exhibition in Chicago's Wicker Park/Bucktown neighborhood showcases emerging artists in all media--including theater and spoken-word/poetry performance, as shown in the following listings. (For information on dance, visual art, and music attractions, see the Dance and Galleries & Museums sections elsewhere in Section Two and the music listings in Section Three.) More than 30 theatrical offerings are organized into groupings loosely linked by theme or style, with each grouping assigned to a specific venue as follows: "Dramas & Traumas" plays in the downstairs space of the Chopin Theatre, 1543 W. Division; "Perceptions & Paradoxes: Performance Art" plays on the Chopin Theatre's main stage; "Experiments & Experiences" plays at the Trap Door Theatre, 1655 W. Cortland; "Storytellings & Solo Works" plays at the Wicker Park field house, 1425 N. Damen; "On the Lawn: Shakespeare & Albee" plays on the front lawn of Association House, 2150 W. North; and "Spectacles & Sights" features events at various locations in Wicker Park, as shown in the listings below. Poetry and performance events also take place at Ziggurat, 1702 N. Milwaukee. Additional theater, performance-art, spoken-word, and poetry attractions at other venues are also listed below. These listings (which are subject to last-minute changes) are arranged chronologically, not programmatically. Admission to all performances is free, though you can expect to be hit up for donations. For more information, check at the Around the Coyote booth at the intersection of North, Damen, and Milwaukee, or call 773-342-6777.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4

A Blissful Eye, Goodnight

Performance artist Trevor Martin presents a short, one-man adaptation of Romeo and Juliet illuminated solely by a flashlight. "Perceptions & Paradoxes: Performance Art," Chopin Theatre, main stage, 1543 W. Division, 7 PM.

Everyday People

The Ma'at Production Association of Afrikan Centered Theatre presents an original piece about "life's stresses and how we choose to escape," by Around the Way Productions, an ensemble of teenage writer-performers. "Dramas & Traumas," Chopin Theatre, downstairs space, 1543 W. Division, 7 PM.

Tight Slots at the Coyote

David Schein and Dana Block organized and perform in a program of short solo pieces. Tonight's show features Block in "My Hair Piece," about "mind over reality/sex after pregnancy," and Cynthia Desmond in "I Remember It Well." "Storytellings & Solo Works," Wicker Park field house, 1425 N. Damen, 7 PM.

Unexpected Journeys

Simon Ha created this site-specific piece based on the work of painter Edward Hopper. "Spectacles & Sights," Around the Coyote Gallery, Flat Iron Building, 1579 N. Milwaukee, 7 PM.

You Might as Well Live

Stories and verse by Dorothy Parker are woven together by the Enough Rope Players to explore the dynamics of romantic relationships. "Experiments & Experiences," Trap Door Theatre, 1655 W. Cortland, 7 PM.

DoorManStory

Actor-singer James Schneider's one-man show concerns a bar doorman's inner journey. "Dramas & Traumas," Chopin Theatre, downstairs space, 1543 W. Division, 8 PM.

Peer Gynt

Henrik Ibsen's epic verse drama about a rebel's quest for "the Self" is adapted by the Breadline Theatre Group. "[Though] much in Michael Oswalt's solemn, dedicated staging is visually haunting, much also misfires; this cryptic, too severe adaptation succumbs to bad acoustics and worse vocal projection, a lack of range among the roles, and an elegiac tone that makes Peer's story seem one long loss," says Reader critic Lawrence Bommer. "Perceptions & Paradoxes: Performance Art," Chopin Theatre, main stage, 1543 W. Division, 8 PM.

Some Things You Need to Know Before the World Ends (A Final Evening With the Illuminati)

See review in this section. "Experiments & Experiences," Trap Door Theatre, 1655 W. Cortland, 8 PM.

Toteroonie...the Show for the Inner Child in You

Abby Schachner's one-woman show, which just finished a run at the Second City E.T.C., explores grown-up issues in the style of a kids' show. Schachner's "acting abilities, comic timing, and writing skills can't yet support a full evening. [This] show . . . might have had promise if she'd approached it with the irreverence her title suggests. But apparently, having survived a rough childhood, her parents' divorce, and an eating disorder, she takes pop psychology with deadly seriousness.

. . . The piece feels more like a sketch for a group-therapy session than a work of art," says Reader critic Justin Hayford. "Storytellings & Solo Works," Wicker Park field house, 1425 N. Damen, 8 PM.

The Dorians, Parts 2 and 3

The hOstage tHeater cOmpany presents the latest installments of playwright-director S. Lamar Jordan's drama about "the myths and misconceptions of guardian angels." Part 2, ". . . Temptations," deals with a black Motown singer and his white drug dealer; Part 3, "Golden Years Bop-bop-bop," concerns a woman's plan to infect as many men as possible with AIDS. "Dramas & Traumas," Chopin Theatre, downstairs space, 1543 W. Division, 9 PM.

This Wild Storm

Storyteller Antonio Sacre performs a new solo piece. "Storytellings & Solo Works," Wicker Park field house, 1425 N. Damen, 9 PM.

Jane Does Jane

See Jane play. Jane is an all-woman improv team specializing in what it calls "Riot Grrrl Comedy." "Experiments & Experiences," Trap Door Theatre, 1655 W. Cortland, 9:15 PM.

Girl Talk

Kim Clark directs his dark comedy about three women taking part in a marketing study in which the "product" is a partially nude woman. "Dramas & Traumas," Chopin Theatre, downstairs space, 1543 W. Division, 10 PM.

Harmonolage

The MASS Ensemble, whose performances incorporate movement, projected visuals, and musical performance on large-scale string and percussion instruments, presents a program of new work. "Perceptions & Paradoxes: Performance Art," Chopin Theatre, main stage, 1543 W. Division, 10 PM.

Line

This ensemble performance piece, directed by Dawn Marie Galtieri and seen last spring at the Raven Theatre, is performed under black light and seeks to "visually animate various dimensions of line." "Experiments & Experiences," Trap Door Theatre, 1655 W. Cortland, 10:15 PM.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5

A Blissful Eye, Goodnight

See listing for 7 PM Thursday. "Perceptions & Paradoxes: Performance Art," Chopin Theatre, main stage, 1543 W. Division, 7 PM.

Everyday People

See listing for 7 PM Thursday. "Dramas & Traumas," Chopin Theatre, downstairs space, 1543 W. Division, 7 PM.

Tight Slots at the Coyote

David Schein and Dana Block organized and perform in a program of short solo pieces. Tonight's show features Block in "My Hair Piece," about "mind over reality/sex after pregnancy," and Cynthia Gallaher reading from her new manuscript "Windy City Word of Mouth," described as "urban gossip with an ethnic mix." "Storytellings & Solo Works," Wicker Park field house, 1425 N. Damen, 7 PM.

Unexpected Journeys

See listing for 7 PM Thursday. "Spectacles & Sights," Around the Coyote Gallery, Flat Iron Building, 1579 N. Milwaukee, 7 PM.

You Might as Well Live

See listing for 7 PM Thursday. "Experiments & Experiences," Trap Door Theatre, 1655 W. Cortland, 7 PM.

The Zoo Story

Edward Albee's drama about two men who meet outdoors in a park is presented by the Trap Door Theatre in an appropriate outdoors setting. "On the Lawn: Shakespeare & Albee," Association House, front lawn, 2150 W. North, 7 PM.

Conversations With Friendly Demons and Tainted Saints

Poet-performers Nina Corwin, Kent Foreman, and Reggie Gibson examine "the insides of favorite archetypes and the undersides of time-worn icons." Ziggurat, 1702 N. Milwaukee, 8 PM.

DoorManStory

See listing for 8 PM Thursday. "Dramas & Traumas," Chopin Theatre, downstairs space, 1543 W. Division, 8 PM.

Peer Gynt

See listing for 8 PM Thursday. "Perceptions & Paradoxes: Performance Art," Chopin Theatre, main stage, 1543 W. Division, 8 PM.

Some Things You Need to Know Before the World Ends (A Final Evening With the Illuminati)

See review in this section. "Experiments & Experiences," Trap Door Theatre, 1655 W. Cortland, 8 PM.

Toteroonie...the Show for the Inner Child in You

See listing for 8 PM Thursday. "Storytellings & Solo Works," Wicker Park field house, 1425 N. Damen, 8 PM.

The Two Gentlemen of Verona

The Tripaway Theatre performs Shakespeare's comedy in an outdoor setting. "Performed . . . with only a makeshift banner separating the stage from the audience and a sheet 'hiding' the dressing room, this is grassroots theater at its grassiest. But even outdoor theater must be theater, and to that end the Tripaway players adopt a deliberately enunciated, moderately paced delivery. The results may not be subtle, but the mostly young actors maintain their audibility and intelligibility," says Reader critic Mary Shen Barnidge. "On the Lawn: Shakespeare & Albee," Association House, front lawn, 2150 W. North, 8 PM.

The Dorians, Parts 2 and 3

See listing for 9 PM Thursday. "Dramas & Traumas," Chopin Theatre, downstairs space, 1543 W. Division, 9 PM.

3 Non-Blondes

A trio of Asian-American actors from the improv troupe Stir-Friday Night! perform an evening of storytelling, poetry, and song. "Storytellings & Solo Works," Wicker Park field house, 1425 N. Damen, 9 PM.

Jane Does Jane

See listing for 9:15 PM Thursday. "Experiments & Experiences," Trap Door Theatre, 1655 W. Cortland, 9:15 PM.

Bombs in the Ladies Room

Writer-performer Megan Rodgers's one-woman play, presented by the Thirteenth Tribe theater group under Joanna Settle's direction, examines experimental sensory-deprivation behavior-modification techniques inflicted on female terrorists imprisoned in brightly lit white-painted isolation cells in the Lexington [Kentucky] High Security Unit. "[This] visually stunning . . . postmodern collage . . . blends the life stories and words of four actual prisoners with the writings of American radical feminist Robin Morgan . . . and an anonymous Arab woman . . . [in] an environment [designed to] assault the audience's senses without creating the deadening effect the prisoners experienced. . . . Rodgers is clearly trying to broaden her critique of prisons into a cultural indictment [in this] sophisticated, highly theatrical . . . piece of postmodern agitprop. . . . Settle's directorial experience with the long-lived New York experimental troupe Mabou Mines shows in her skillful use of the environment as a character and the comedy pastiche that relieves the work's clear polemics," says Reader critic Carol Burbank. Yello Gallery, 1630 N. Milwaukee, 9:30 PM.

Girl Talk

See listing for 10 PM Thursday. "Dramas & Traumas," Chopin Theatre, downstairs space, 1543 W. Division, 10 PM.

Harmonolage

See listing for 10 PM Thursday. "Perceptions & Paradoxes: Performance Art," Chopin Theatre, main stage, 1543 W. Division, 10 PM.

Pilgrimages and Pathworkings:

A Sacred Journey Through the Dream Landscapes of the American West

Jason L. Winslade presents an installation-based performance piece about "travel and the descent into the underworld of the American landscapes," recounting a two-month train trip as he leads viewers on a journey through a warehouse gallery's maze-like space. Ziggurat, 1702 N. Milwaukee, 10 PM.

Line

See listing for 10:15 PM Thursday. "Experiments & Experiences," Trap Door Theatre, 1655 W. Cortland, 10:15 PM.

Bombs in the Ladies Room

See listing for 9:30 PM Friday. Yello Gallery, 1630 N. Milwaukee, 11 PM.

Idol Threat

Adam Kevorkian and Matt Morich wrote this drama about a group of people taking part in a government lottery to choose which of them will be taken away and sacrificed. This world premiere is presented by the ArtWorx International Ensemble. "Dramas &Traumas," Chopin Theatre, downstairs space, 1543 W. Division, 11 PM.

Magpie Gardens

Kinetic Delta Cor, an ensemble that specializes in nonlinear, multimedia text and movement pieces, presents a set of seven pieces charting "a journey of personal discovery." The show features live and recorded music, dance, and text. "Perceptions & Paradoxes: Performance Art," Chopin Theatre, main stage, 1543 W. Division, 11 PM.

In Between

Theater Dank's love story about a man who can fly and a woman who can walk on water employs puppets, clown actors, and found objects. "Perceptions & Paradoxes: Performance Art," Chopin Theatre, main stage, 1543 W. Division, midnight.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6

Kids' Parade

Association House and the Free Street Theater present this children's processional. "Spectacles & Sights," meets at Wicker Park, 1425 N. Damen, at noon, and proceeds north on Damen to Wabansia, west to Wood, south to North Avenue, and then east to Association House, 2150 W. North.

Pilgrimages and Pathworkings: A Sacred Journey Through the Dream Landscapes of the American West

See listing for 10 PM Friday. Ziggurat, 1702 N. Milwaukee, noon.

A Small-Scale Exposition of Contemporary Toy Theater

Hey, kids, let's put on a show. The art of toy theater, in which cut-out "actors" are manipulated on miniature stages, is the focus of this display and performance featuring work by members of Redmoon, Theater Dank, and the Cook County Theatre Department. In addition to videotaped performances by local and out-of-town artists, there will be a toy theater available for visitors to present their own performances. "Spectacles & Sights," Gnu Yak Space, 1136 N. Milwaukee, noon to 6 PM.

Owen Patterson

The poet performs. Ziggurat, 1702 N. Milwaukee, 12:30 PM.

Give Us a Wish and We'll Give You a Fortune

The Residue Performance Group presents a "mobile performance piece on four wheels" created by performance artist Eric Medine, in which the artist will exchange fortunes with passersby and document on video all conversation. "Spectacles & Sights," at various locations along North, Damen, and Milwaukee, 1 to 6 PM.

Imagination Forum

IMagiNation presents a demonstration/workshop led by Dorothy Hickman, focusing on various theatrical arts and crafts. "Spectacles & Sights," Wicker Park, 1425 N. Damen, 1 to 6 PM.

Innocuous Remark

The Small Theatre presents Michael Chemers's short comic study of sexual innuendo between two folks who meet in a nightclub. "Spectacles & Sights," corner of Damen and Pierce, 1 PM.

The Lipuma Chronicles

Josephine Lipuma performs poetry. Ziggurat, 1702 N. Milwaukee, 1 PM.

Borderlines

Kerry Doyle performs a program of her poetry. Ziggurat, 1702 N. Milwaukee, 1:30 PM.

Lately, Farewell

Prometheus Picasso presents poetry. Ziggurat, 1702 N. Milwaukee, 2 PM.

The In Between Goodbye

Ice presents a program of poetry and performance. Ziggurat, 1702 N. Milwaukee, 2:30 PM.

Innocuous Remark

See listing for 1 PM Saturday. "Spectacles & Sights," corner of Damen and Pierce, 3 PM.

Random Element

John Peters, who says he "had lessons in everything and hated them," performs interactive movement and electronic music. Ziggurat, 1702 N. Milwaukee, 3:30 PM.

Innocuous Remark

See listing for 1 PM Saturday. "Spectacles & Sights," corner of Damen and Pierce, 5 PM.

A Blissful Eye, Goodnight

See listing for 7 PM Thursday. "Perceptions & Paradoxes: Performance Art," Chopin Theatre, main stage, 1543 W. Division, 7 PM.

Everyday People

See listing for 7 PM Thursday. "Dramas & Traumas," Chopin Theatre, downstairs space, 1543 W. Division, 7 PM.

Sisters Through a Strange Mirror

Poet-performers Nina Corwin and Maria McCray present performance poetry and bits of song. Ziggurat, 1702 N. Milwaukee, 7 PM.

Tight Slots at the Coyote

David Schein and Dana Block organized and perform in a program of short solo pieces. Tonight's show features Schein reading "My Murder," a "poet's eyewitness account" of a killing that took place last year at the corner of Western and Belden, and poet Carlos Cumpian reading from his book Armadillo Charm. "Storytellings & Solo Works," Wicker Park field house, 1425 N. Damen, 7 PM.

Unexpected Journeys

See listing for 7 PM Thursday. "Spectacles & Sights," Around the Coyote Gallery, Flat Iron Building, 1579 N. Milwaukee, 7 PM.

You Might as Well Live

See listing for 7 PM Thursday. "Experiments & Experiences," Trap Door Theatre, 1655 W. Cortland, 7 PM.

The Zoo Story

See listing for 7 PM Friday. "On the Lawn: Shakespeare & Albee," Association House, front lawn, 2150 W. North, 7 PM.

DoorManStory

See listing for 8 PM Thursday. "Dramas & Traumas," Chopin Theatre, downstairs space, 1543 W. Division, 8 PM.

The Light Behind the Wind

Poet Wanie Reeverts performs. Ziggurat, 1702 N. Milwaukee, 8 PM.

Peer Gynt

See listing for 8 PM Thursday. "Perceptions & Paradoxes: Performance Art," Chopin Theatre, main stage, 1543 W. Division, 8 PM.

Some Things You Need to Know Before the World Ends (A Final Evening With the Illuminati)

See review in this section. "Experiments & Experiences," Trap Door Theatre, 1655 W. Cortland, 8 PM.

Toteroonie...the Show for the Inner Child in You

See listing for 8 PM Thursday. "Storytellings & Solo Works," Wicker Park field house, 1425 N. Damen, 8 PM.

The Two Gentlemen of Verona

See listing for 8 PM Friday. "On the Lawn: Shakespeare & Albee," Association House, front lawn, 2150 W. North, 8 PM.

The Dorians, Parts 2 and 3

See listing for 9 PM Thursday. "Dramas & Traumas," Chopin Theatre, downstairs space, 1543 W. Division, 9 PM.

3 Non-Blondes

See listing for 9 PM Friday. "Storytellings & Solo Works," Wicker Park field house, 1425 N. Damen, 9 PM.

Jane Does Jane

See listing for 9:15 PM Thursday. "Experiments & Experiences," Trap Door Theatre, 1655 W. Cortland, 9:15 PM.

Bombs in the Ladies Room

See listing for 9:30 PM Friday. Yello Gallery, 1630 N. Milwaukee, 9:30 PM.

Girl Talk

See listing for 10 PM Thursday. "Dramas & Traumas," Chopin Theatre, downstairs space, 1543 W. Division, 10 PM.

Harmonolage

See listing for 10 PM Thursday. "Perceptions & Paradoxes: Performance Art," Chopin Theatre, main stage, 1543 W. Division, 10 PM.

Line

See listing for 10:15 PM Thursday. "Experiments & Experiences," Trap Door Theatre, 1655 W. Cortland, 10:15 PM.

Bombs in the Ladies Room

See listing for 9:30 PM Friday. Yello Gallery, 1630 N. Milwaukee, 11 PM.

Idol Threat

See listing for 11 PM Friday. "Dramas & Traumas," Chopin Theatre, downstairs space, 1543 W. Division, 11 PM.

Magpie Gardens

See listing for 11 PM Friday. "Perceptions & Paradoxes: Performance Art," Chopin Theatre, main stage, 1543 W. Division, 11 PM.

31--The Spiritual Journey of an Accountant

The Palookaville theater company premieres a play by Chicago writer Roy Peabody about a bean counter's breakdown. "Perceptions & Paradoxes: Performance Art," Chopin Theatre, main stage, 1543 W. Division, midnight.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7

Clark Martell

The poet performs. Ziggurat, 1702 N. Milwaukee, noon.

Imagination Forum

See listing for 1 PM Saturday. "Spectacles & Sights," Wicker Park, 1425 N. Damen, noon to 6 PM.

A Small-Scale Exposition of Contemporary Toy Theater

See listing for noon Saturday. "Spectacles & Sights," Gnu Yak Space, 1136 N. Milwaukee, noon to 6 PM.

David Rubin

The poet performs. Ziggurat, 1702 N. Milwaukee, 12:25 PM.

Tina Marie Wright

The poet performs. Ziggurat, 1702 N. Milwaukee, 12:50 PM.

Innocuous Remark

See listing for 1 PM Saturday. "Spectacles & Sights," corner of Damen and Pierce, 1 PM.

James Gautier

The poet performs. Ziggurat, 1702 N. Milwaukee, 1:15 PM.

Mark Cohen

The poet performs. Ziggurat, 1702 N. Milwaukee, 1:40 PM.

Suzanne Frank

The poet performs. Ziggurat, 1702 N. Milwaukee, 2:05 PM.

The Chairs

Eugene Ionesco's 1952 play about an elderly couple, labeled a "tragic farce" by the author, is directed by Rachel Klem for the Ouijar Theatre. "On the Lawn: Shakespeare & Albee," Association House, front lawn, 2150 W. North, 2:30 PM.

Chuck Perkins

The poet performs. Ziggurat, 1702 N. Milwaukee, 2:30 PM.

Innocuous Remark

See listing for 1 PM Saturday. "Spectacles & Sights," corner of Damen and Pierce, 3 PM.

The Last Dragon "Puke": A Sacrifice

Enter the dragon: This site-specific street performance features "Puke," a large sculpted dragon mounted on a motorcyle which the beast's builder, Randy Moe, will ride onto the stage before ritually beheading his creation. Main music stage, Damen and Concord, 3 PM.

Peer Gynt

See listing for 8 PM Thursday. "Perceptions & Paradoxes: Performance Art," Chopin Theatre, main stage, 1543 W. Division, 3 PM.

Innocuous Remark

See listing for 1 PM Saturday. "Spectacles & Sights," corner of Damen and Pierce, 5 PM.

The Chairs

See listing for 2:30 PM Sunday. "On the Lawn: Shakespeare & Albee," Association House, front lawn, 2150 W. North, 5:30 PM.

Pilgrimages and Pathworkings: A Sacred Journey Through the Dream Landscapes

of the American West

See listing for 10 PM Friday. Ziggurat, 1702 N. Milwaukee, 6 PM.

A Blissful Eye, Goodnight

See listing for 7 PM Thursday. "Perceptions & Paradoxes: Performance Art," Chopin Theatre, main stage, 1543 W. Division, 7 PM.

Everyday People

See listing for 7 PM Thursday. "Dramas & Traumas," Chopin Theatre, downstairs space, 1543 W. Division, 7 PM.

Tight Slots at the Coyote

David Schein and Dana Block organized and perform in a program of short solo pieces. Tonight's show features Block in "My Hair Piece," about "mind over

reality/sex after pregnancy," and Schein reading "My Murder," a "poet's eyewitness account" of a killing that took place last year at the corner of Western and Belden. "Storytellings & Solo Works," Wicker Park field house, 1425 N. Damen, 7 PM.

Unexpected Journeys

See listing for 7 PM Thursday. "Spectacles & Sights," Around the Coyote Gallery, Flat Iron Building, 1579 N. Milwaukee, 7 PM.

You Might as Well Live

See listing for 7 PM Thursday. "Experiments & Experiences," Trap Door Theatre, 1655 W. Cortland, 7 PM.

DoorManStory

See listing for 8 PM Thursday. "Dramas & Traumas," Chopin Theatre, downstairs space, 1543 W. Division, 8 PM.

Kaspar

This dance/theater piece, scripted by Marta Garcia and Nancy Gomez and directed by Garcia, is adapted from Donna Williams's autobiography about her experiences as an autistic adolescent and from Peter Handke's dramatization of the story of Kaspar Hauser, who spent his youth imprisoned in a small cell until he escaped at age 16. "Perceptions & Paradoxes: Performance Art," Chopin Theatre, main stage, 1543 W. Division, 8 PM.

Some Things You Need to Know Before the World Ends (A Final Evening With the Illuminati)

See review in this section. "Experiments & Experiences," Trap Door Theatre, 1655 W. Cortland, 8 PM.

Toteroonie...the Show for the Inner Child in You

See listing for 8 PM Thursday. "Storytellings & Solo Works," Wicker Park field house, 1425 N. Damen, 8 PM.

The Dorians, Parts 2 and 3

See listing for 9 PM Thursday. "Dramas & Traumas," Chopin Theatre, downstairs space, 1543 W. Division, 9 PM.

Reciprocal Quantities: A Mathematical Study

Local Infinities presents Meghan Strell and Charlie Levin in "a comical duet for two women and their box." "Perceptions & Paradoxes: Performance Art," Chopin Theatre, main stage, 1543 W. Division, 9 PM.

This Wild Storm

See listing for 9 PM Thursday. "Storytellings & Solo Works," Wicker Park field house, 1425 N. Damen, 9 PM.

Jane Does Jane

See listing for 9:15 PM Thursday. "Experiments & Experiences," Trap Door Theatre, 1655 W. Cortland, 9:15 PM.

Chaddabingo!

The Pup At Theater present a two man comedic show using sock puppets, small hand props, and a slide presentation. "Perceptions & Paradoxes: Performance Art," Chopin Theatre, main stage, 1543 W. Division, 9:30 PM.

Girl Talk

See listing for 10 PM Thursday. "Dramas & Traumas," Chopin Theatre, downstairs space, 1543 W. Division, 10 PM.

Harmonolage

See listing for 10 PM Thursday. "Perceptions & Paradoxes: Performance Art," Chopin Theatre, main stage, 1543 W. Division, 10 PM.

Line

See listing for 10:15 PM Thursday. "Experiments & Experiences," Trap Door Theatre, 1655 W. Cortland, 10:15 PM.

Art accompanying story in printed newspaper (not available in this archive): Harmonolage photo by Susan Kirshnick.

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