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Flux Projects

Art + Theater: Virtual video, sketch comedy

In its sixth week, Flux Projects’ Virtual Art Series features Shifting Boundaries, a video from multidisciplinary artist Sara Santamaria. Her practice, Santamaria says, “explores the invisible boundaries of contemporary hybrid identities from an outsider perspective.” See Shifting Boundaries (pictured above) come to life via Flux Projects’ Instagram and Facebook platforms and on its website. To see previous entries in the series — from filmmakers Micah and Whitney Stansell, cellist Okorie Johnson, animated memoirist Anne Corbitt, animated data visualization by MEPTIK and a dance work from Komansé Dance Theater — go HERE.


Dad’s Garage Theatre Company gets sketchy this weekend, featuring the writing and comedy chops of Alison Hastings, Mark Kendall, Megan Leahy and the Women of Dad’s Garage. U Up?, at 8 p.m. Friday, examines dating, sex and relationships in the age of social media. Woman of the Yearat 8 p.m. Saturday, challenges — and satirizes — how women today are supposed to act, dress, think and live their lives. Both can be seen on Dad’s channel.


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