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Nu Africans, a collaborative body of work by Maurice Evans and Grace Kisa, opens virtually at 7 p.m. Friday at Hammonds House Museum. The exhibit, inspired by African warriors and queens, features models dressed in elaborate costumes, headpieces and crowns, then photographed as both a warrior and a queen. The opening (free for museum members, $7 for nonmembers) includes the exhibit, a chance to speak with the artists and an after-party featuring music by DJ Salah Ananse. Tickets HERE. The show will be up through August 30.

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Dad’s Garage Theatre Company streams its production of 44 Plays for 44 Presidents at 8 p.m. Friday via its Twitch.tv channel. The comedy, from Chicago’s Neo-Futurists, packs 44 short plays (two minutes for each U.S. president from George Washington through Barack Obama) into a two-hour show. You’ll laugh the whole time, Dad’s promises, and then realize you actually learned stuff.

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