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regular gallery hours November 1, 2008
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  free
regular gallery hours

Girls Rock Camp on tour! November 1, 2008
7:00PM - - -


Girl's Rock Camp on Tour!!

The Rock 'n' Roll Camp for Girls is going on tour! We've released a book on how to form a band, rock out, practice self defense, and more! Now some of the best-loved Rock Camp volunteers and staffers are getting in a car and driving around the nation to tell you about it -- starting with the East Coast!

Inspired by this awesome new book, we are hitting the road with an all-girl lineup, featuring Katy Davidson, (musician: Dear Nora), Nicole Georges (zinester: Invincible Summer), and sts (Portland Rock Camp Program Director and drum instructor) with special guests, Local Girls Rock ATL Camper Band: The Lockouts.

The show is an evening of visual art, music, live advice, and peformance created by people who help run the Portland Rock 'n' Roll Camp for Girls!

girlsrockcamp.org

myspace.com/rockcamptour

facebook group




regular gallery hours November 2, 2008
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  free
regular gallery hours

rehearsal November 2, 2008
6:30PM - - -

Ninja Puppets November 3, 2008
8:00PM - - -
Price:  $5 / starts at 8pm


Ninja Puppet Productions and MINT team up with the Eyedrum to bring Atlanta ...

The Ninja Puppet Extravaganza


Get ready to expose yourself to this showcase of puppetry and film, music and still art from all around Atlanta that will change your brain.

This extravaganza is designed to enhance the audience's experience through the exploration of the world of avant-garde adult-oriented puppetry.

The Ninja Puppet Experience will be the launching pad for several emerging artists. This year we are taking the experience to the next level. We are inviting some of Atlanta's hottest DJ's and bands to come blow up the spot.

There is literally no other showcase like this anywhere. So take it in and witness The Ninja Puppet Extravaganza...

Monday November 3rd 8pm
Tuesday November 4th 8pm
Wednesday November 5th 8pm

Ninja Puppets November 4, 2008
8:00PM - - -
Price:  $5
The Ninja Puppet Extravaganza

Monday November 3rd 8pm
Tuesday November 4th 8pm
Wednesday November 5th 8pm

Please click here for LOTS more information about this event!

Ninja Puppets November 5, 2008
8:00PM - - -
Price:  $5
The Ninja Puppet Extravaganza

Monday November 3rd 8pm
Tuesday November 4th 8pm
Wednesday November 5th 8pm

Please click here for LOTS more information about this event!

open improv: endings/beginnings November 6, 2008
9:00PM - - -
Price:  free
9pm

ENDINGS and BEGININNINGS

There's nothing quite so mysterious as an end
or a beginning ...maybe because there is something
arbitrary about it. The two bookends are an attempt to bring order to a world that is chaotic and endless, to a painting that threatens never to be finished, to a revision
that won't stop, to a creative block that won't start ...even life itself, for those who believe (not us surely) in a prelife and an afterlife, prevents some of us from having a tight fit, a stop and a start time: when does the damn music start anyway??!! In times like these it's hard to say: some will say (perhaps john cage!!): 'the music neverstopped because it never started' or maybe, same yet very different, 'the
music never started because it never stopped.' Yes, there's something downright
SPOOKY
about starts and stops, living somewhere in its briar patch, the very definitions of 'liberal' or 'conservative' or 'radical' who are all about timing after all.Ah but improvisation! It starts when you wake up (really?!) and stops when
you go to sleep (not really...maybe) and yet, and an arbitrary yet, much like the economy we see now, it needs its own, freely chosen restraints, stoppages, groupings-which-fall-apart, starting lineup, a mark, a limit, a time-out to go forward, a fallback to push ahead, a benchmark to surpass. The sense of an ending as well as a beginning, will continue on thursday at ED--- oddly enough from 9pm till 11:30. Bring your squeaks and thumps, your ends w/o beginnings,
bring it all
on.

regular gallery hours November 7, 2008
3:00PM - 8:00PM
Price:  free
regular gallery hours

The Worm and The Bird November 7, 2008
9:00PM - - -
Price:  $7




The Early Worm Gets The Bird

Atlanta, Georgia, September 26, 2008 – John Hannah and K Rain Leander present The Worm and The Bird November 7th and 8th at 9pm at Eyedrum. The collaborative performance will consist of two shows -- The Worm on Friday and The Bird on Saturday -- featuring Leander’s dance and Hannah’s music and film. Each night will blend the arts of Butoh (a slow ‘ugly’ Japanese dance), experimental film, and music to create a singular experience.

Hannah, also known as ‘Rajio’, utilizes guitar based loops, found cassettes, no input mixing, and other sources to create sound that is part musique concrète and the lighter and darker side of drone. He has performed and collaborated with Suitcases, Afternoon Tea/Language of Men Dying, Warning Lights, Autistic Mother, Mythrum and others, as well as Leander herself. Hannah credits Leander with helping him to completely reanalyze the way he approached music when he watched her perform an excerpt of her evening length work, Beauty Cubed, at the American Dance Festival.

Leander’s ‘creepy’ choreography and performances have drawn comparisons to renowned choreographer Shen Wei, with Byron Woods of the Independent Weekly naming one of her works one of the twenty-five most memorable in the Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill area. She is honored to return to Atlanta for this performance where she spent most of her early dance career with Ondine and Company and Beacon Dance, to name a few.

Both artists cordially invite you to become immersed in this experimental collaboration -- experience the film, dance, and music as unique and complimentary entities.

Eyedrum is a collective organization whose mission is to provide a forum which supports and encourages the development, exchange, and presentation of creative ideas. The goal of Eyedrum is to create a forum that serves and nourishes the multifaceted outgrowth in the contemporary cultural arts.

www.rainsdance.org

www.myspace.com/rajioatlanta

C&S fest in cabbagetown November 8, 2008
11:00AM - - -
Also, we got a booth at the Cabbagetown chomp & stomp chili festival. Stop by & say "hi." noon-2 or 3pm

regular gallery hours November 8, 2008
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  free
regular gallery hours

Small Gallery show ends November 8, 2008
1:00PM - 6:00PM
last chance to see "Art of Democracy" show in small gallery

more info here

The Worm and The Bird November 8, 2008
9:00PM - - -
Price:  $7
The Worm and The Bird

Friday November 7th 9pm
Saturday November 8th 9pm

Please click here for LOTS more information about this event!

regular gallery hours November 9, 2008
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  free
regular gallery hours

Midnight United w/ Paul Warner November 9, 2008
8:00PM - - -
Price:  $10



Midnight United first "united" at Eyedrum, a small venue known for harboring unique and eccentric musicians of the local Atlanta music scene, 1 year ago, to play for a magnificent creative arts collaboration organization called The Hent Project. They started by playing music written by frontman, Jesse Tyler, which was very calm and folk oriented. But with a powerhouse musical mastermind and drummer/guitarist/bassist/pianist/all around musical genius Johnny Harrell, sitting in the back with drumsticks ready to fly, that would have to change.

Soon after a discovery, thanks to guitarist Christian Clark, of a major inspiration in the band Ours and frontman Jimmy Gnecco, Tyler's songwriting began to shift into new terrritories, away from the organic touchy-feel good folk, into a more edgy, experimental rock and roll. "I started listening to this new, really interesting music that I wouldn't have heard before, and sat down one night with a pen and saw the blank piece of paper completely different," said Tyler of his first experience writing rock and roll music. His folk songwriting influence remains throughout their songs and plays a large role on the upcoming album Everyone's A Bit ( ) Sometimes..., which was recorded, mixed and produced by lead guitarist and electronic specialist Andrew Walker. The album is based on the concept that as human beings we all feel the same emotions and/or have the same experiences as each other at one point or another. The trick is sorting out how we percieve those emotions and experiences and how differently they change each of our paths. "We're all so different but we all relate to each other so well. That's because everyone's a bit....whatever they are sometimes."

The debut of Everyone's A Bit ( ) Sometimes... does not have a set release date, but should be appearing shortly on iTunes and other major online distribution sites.

Tyler hopes listeners will take two things from his music. Of course, there’s entertainment and musical satisfaction, but above all, he hopes that those who have inspired him will recognize their impact on his life in the songs, and furthermore, he hopes people can accept and realize someday, that we are all human.

Art Committee meeting November 11, 2008
7:30PM - 9:00PM

Niggaz With Gratitude November 12, 2008
9:00PM - - -
Price:  donation appreciated


About Niggaz With Gratitude
We are Niggaz With Gratitude. Based in Atlanta, Ga, we combine Hip Hop, Punk, Rock, Jazz and a few other genres to culminate our sound. Why name a group of black rockers, Niggaz With Gratitude? Because we are united as a band to say out loud, in our songs, that we are proud to be African Americans. We are forever thankful to White people for bringing our Black ancestors to this wonderful country of America. It is truly the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave. As long as you pay your taxes of course... Seriously though, If our ancestors weren't stolen and enslaved into this country we would still be in Africa. We're happy to not be there. HIV, poverty and Maleria would be our only options. Here we have everything. And it's because of White people that we do. We know our message might be a little unconventional, but every African American says what we say to themselves. We just have the balls to say it out loud! If we come to your town you will get ROCKED! We are on a mission from God to take rock music back for the people.

www.niggazwithgratitude.com

(note - this show is actually a film shoot for a satire mockumentary)


regular gallery hours November 14, 2008
3:00PM - 8:00PM
Price:  free
regular gallery hours

Film Love: Surrealist Science November 14, 2008
8:00PM - - -
Price:  $6
Frequent Small Meals presents
Film Love #63
SURREALIST SCIENCE
The world of Jean Painlevé

(Surrealist Classics part 1)

curated by Andy Ditzler
co-sponsored by the Cultural Services of the French Embassy



Jean Painlevé, 1935

The astonishing underwater films of scientist and Surrealist fellow-traveler Jean Painlevé, along with a classic by his friend Jean Vigo, and a selection of very early science and medicine films from 1880s-1920s France.

Son of a Prime Minister, Surrealist author, collaborator with Antonin Artaud, and underwater scientist, Jean Painlevé was above all a filmmaker of extraordinary visual sense and sly wit. He was as much a part of the Surrealist movement as the scientific community, and his breathtaking images of sea life – mating octopi, seahorses giving birth, microscopic detail of sea urchins – have a built-in affinity with Surrealism.

A selection of Painlevé’s recently rediscovered films will be accompanied by some of his influences: a remarkable medical film from the 1890s, Etienne-Jules Marey’s early moving image experiments from the 1880s, and Jean Comandon's 1920s science films of plants blooming in time-lapse and mushroom cells fighting off parasites. Finally, Painlevé’s artistic friendship with the great director Jean Vigo will be explored with a screening of Vigo’s A Propos de Nice – a classic study of the French seaside city.

This is part one of a two-part series on classics of French Surrealism. Part two is Saturday November 15 and features the collaborative films of Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dalí.

Program:
Etienne Jules-Marey, early moving image experiments, 1880s, 3 minutes
Dr. Doyen, La séparation des Sœurs Siamoises (The Separation of Siamese Twins), 1898, 2 minutes
1920s films by Jean Comandon:
Les Champignons Prédateurs (Predatory Mushrooms), excerpt
Le Croissance des végétaux (The Growth of Plants), excerpt

films by Jean Painlevé:
Hyas et Sténorinques (Hyas and Stenorhynchus), 1929, 10 minutes
L'Hippocampe (The Sea Horse), 1934, 14 minutes
Oursins (Sea Urchins), 1954, 10 minutes
Les amours de la pieuvre (The Love Life of the Octopus), 1965, 13 minutes
Acéra ou le bal des sorcières (Acera or the Witches' Dance), 1972, 10 minutes

Jean Vigo, A Propos de Nice, 1930, 20 minutes screened in 16mm


image from Jean Comandon's The Growth of Plants (1920s)


image from Jean Painlevé's The Love Life of the Octopus (1965)

SURREALIST SCIENCE is a Film Love event. The Film Love series provides access to rare but important films, and seeks to increase awareness of the rich history of experimental and avant-garde film. The series is curated and hosted by Andy Ditzler for Frequent Small Meals. Film Love was voted Best Film Series in Atlanta by the critics of Creative Loafing in 2006.

regular gallery hours November 15, 2008
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  free
regular gallery hours

Small Gallery opening: Neon Apocalypse November 15, 2008
6:00PM - 8:00PM
Price:  free
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The Plastic Aztecs present

Neon Apocalypse

opening reception Sat Nov 15th 1pm-8pm
on view through Sat Dec 6th

The Atlanta-based Plastic Aztecs (Andrea Sanders and Dorothy Stucki) invite you to glimpse a romanticized, futuristic post-apocalyptic world that plays with ideas surrounding 2012. An installation including fantasized sacred objects from the near future, viewed from the perspective of the super future.

Film Love: The Golden Age - Buñuel and Dalí November 15, 2008
8:00PM - - -
Price:  $6
Frequent Small Meals presents
Film Love #64
THE GOLDEN AGE
The films of Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dalí

(Surrealist Classics part 2)

curated by Andy Ditzler
co-sponsored by the Cultural Services of the French Embassy



Lya Lys in Luis Buñuel’s L’Age D’Or (1930)

The Paris of the 1920s was home to one of the twentieth century’s most enduring and controversial art movements. So influential were the ideas and imagery of Surrealism that the very name of the movement has become a household word.

Developing alongside the golden age of silent cinema, Surrealism was profoundly affected by movies. While only a few Surrealists actually made films, their films constitute some of the most influential avant-garde works in the history of cinema.

Salvador Dalí’s and Luis Buñuel’s explosive Un Chien Andalou ranks with the most influential films ever made, and is one of the purest representations of Surrealism on screen. A sensation upon its Paris premiere in 1929, it has since inspired the imagery of countless filmmakers. In writing the script, Buñuel and Dalí used only images from their dreams, and resolved to eliminate all images that might possibly have a rational explanation. Yet because of the powerful visions of both artists, the film moves with a strange logic, a cinematic grace, and a peculiar mixture of humor and shock which was to mark Buñuel’s subsequent work.

Buñuel’s next film, L’Age D’Or, was his final collaboration with Dalí. Pairing a scabrous attack on bourgeois values with a celebration of mad, spontaneous love, it caused a scandal for its high-society producer and was banned. But it has since come to be regarded as a highlight of Surrealist film and a key work in Buñuel’s career. L’Age D’Or will be shown in a rare print deriving from the original 35mm fine grain positive from the Cinematheque Française.

Though considered a Dada film, the impish 1924 classic Entr’acte pointed the way to the subversions and experimentation of later Surrealism. It features cameos by such major figures of the 1920s Paris art world as Max Ernst, Marcel Duchamp, and Erik Satie.

This is part two of a two-part series on classics of French Surrealism. Part one is Friday November 14 and features the underwater films of Jean Painlevé.

Program:
René Clair, Entr’acte (co-written with Francis Picabia), 1924, 22 minutes screened in 16mm
Luis Buñuel, Un Chien Andalou (co-written with Salvador Dalí), 1929, 16 minutes screened in 16mm
Luis Buñuel, L’Age D’Or (co-written with Salvador Dalí), 1930, 60 minutes screened in 16mm


Luis Buñuel in Un Chien Andalou (1929)


Erik Satie and Francis Picabia in Entr’acte (1924)

THE GOLDEN AGE is a Film Love event. The Film Love series provides access to rare but important films, and seeks to increase awareness of the rich history of experimental and avant-garde film. The series is curated and hosted by Andy Ditzler for Frequent Small Meals. Film Love was voted Best Film Series in Atlanta by the critics of Creative Loafing in 2006.

regular gallery hours November 16, 2008
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  free
regular gallery hours

Artadia arts info session November 17, 2008
8:00PM - - -
Price:  FREE


Artadia: The Fund for Art and Dialogue is now accepting applications for the inaugural Artadia Awards 2009 from all visual artists living and working in Greater Atlanta (23-county area). Individual artists and collaboratives working in all media and at any point in their career are strongly encouraged to apply. Awardees will be selected in early 2009 through Artadia's two-tiered jury process.

Please join Artadia’s Executive Director, Lila Kanner, to discuss the Artadia Awards 2009 Atlanta and answer questions about the process and online application.

Monday, November 17, 8pm
Eyedrum
290 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr SE
Atlanta GA, 30312

For eligibility requirements and to access the web-based application, please visit our website.

www.artadia.org

All applications must be submitted online by December 1, 2008 at 11:59pm (EST).

Artadia's mission is to encourage innovative practice and meaningful dialogue across the United States by providing visual artists in specific communities with unrestricted awards and a national network of support. Founded in 1997, Artadia is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Artadia Awards are determined through a jury process that employs nationally prominent curators, artists, and critics. Since its founding, Artadia has awarded over $2.0 million to more than 200 artists in Boston, Chicago, Houston, and the San Francisco Bay Area, and now Atlanta.

Artadia is grateful for the visionary support of the Atlanta program from the Common Good Funds of The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, the Judith Alexander Foundation, and many generous individuals.

Nonsense Theater Company November 19, 2008
7:30PM - - -
Price:  $5 for all three events

The Nonsense Company presents "Great Hymn of Thanksgiving / Conversation Storm",
an award-winning pair of urgently intricate pieces blurring the boundary between experimental theater and
avant-garde music, both written by internationally-known composer and company member Rick Burkhardt.

"Great Hymn of Thanksgiving" takes place at a dinner table, where the sounds of conversation have been replaced with fragmented news reports, scraps from the Army prayer manual, faux-Middle-Eastern folk tales, and disembodied cries of emergency. The sculpted sounds of the table itself — scooting chairs, singing wineglasses, squeaking forks — force this “conversation” into a confrontation with material reality.

In "Conversation Storm", three friends from three sides of the political spectrum unwillingly argue their way through a ticking time bomb scenario, revising, dissecting, and even brutalizing their own positions in the process — but time has either stopped or entered an ugly loop, and as the friends assign and reassign roles, the scenario begins to dissolve the boundaries
between real and hypothetical, past and future, day and night.

Best New Play — San Francisco Fringe Festival, 2007

Audience Choice and Best-of-the-Fest awards — Frigid Festival NYC, 2008

“Strange and compelling pieces… introspective, recursive, highly charged.… Stunningly choreographed into visual theater as well as an aural melange….”
Dave Romm, KFAI Minneapolis

“Thrilling performances... spiked with intense shots of satire. Through precise delivery and the sheer force of their concept and subject material, [the Nonsense Company] captivate their audience even as they disorient it.”
Ronni Reich, Backstage New York

“Artists to be reckoned with…. hilariously funny and awesomely tragic at the same time.”
Martin Denton, nytheatre.com

“Moving, funny, and provocative… theater at its best.”
Joey Seiler, Austin 360

For more information: http://nonsensecompany.com

Note: This performance contains extremely graphic adult language and is not appropriate for children.

LANGUAGE HARM November 19, 2008
9:00PM - - -
Price:  $5 for all three events
Language Harm is recurring experimental poetry show curated by the APG. Expect sound poetry, polyphons (multi-voices in a single poem), projections and who knows what else at any given event.

Skeletons November 19, 2008
10:00PM - - -
Price:  $5 for all three events


In conjunction this evening's Language Harm/Nonsense Theater event, right afterward will be the SKELETONS!!!!

shiny bizarre rock and roll pop at it's most quirky and transfixing!! now on Tomlab Records, the nice folks who brought us the Books, Casiotone for the Painfully Alone, and the Oh Sees (and many more, of course)

www.myspace.com/skeletonsandthegirlfacedboys

so so so so good!!!!

SOAW Concert November 20, 2008
6:30PM - - -
Price:  $5-25 Donation by Sliding Scal


Concert to Close the School of the Americas - a benefit for SOA Watch

6:30 p.m. THE BEEHIVE COLLECTIVE with "Plan Colombia"

7:00 p.m. CONCERT

Featuring:

EMMA'S REVOLUTION

ATLANTA SEDITION ORCHESTRA

CAROLINE AIKEN

VIENTOS DEL PUEBLO

CHARLIE KING & KAREN BRANDOW

CHRIS CHANDLER

JOE JENCKS

JON FROMER

FRANCISCO HERRERA

PRINCE MYSHKINS

ALICE LOVELACE

THERESA DAVIS

MAURICE TURNER

VOICES IN THE TREETOPS

ANNE FEENEY

CHESTNUT BROTHERS

ELISE WITT

COLLEEN KATTAU w/Dave Pandori
(percussion) & Jamie Yaman (sax)

NORMANDO ISMAY

HAIR OF THE DOG

and more...

Seating is limited and this concert is expected to sell out, so purchase tickets in advance.
Tickets available at Charis Books and More, 1189 Euclid Ave. in Little 5 Points

Proceeds from the concert support the work of SOAW.
www.soaw.org


regular gallery hours November 21, 2008
3:00PM - 8:00PM
Price:  free
regular gallery hours

regular gallery hours November 22, 2008
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  free
regular gallery hours

QUINTRON & MISS PUSSYCAT November 22, 2008
9:00PM - - -
Price:  $10 IN ADVANCE

EYEDRUM Saturday November 22
QUINTRON & MISS PUSSYCAT

THE CARBONAS

HAWKS

$10 advance / 9pm / All Ages
Brought to you by: TIGHT BROS NETWORK

Purchase advance tickets at the following outlets:
Criminal Records * Ella Guru * Decatur CD * www.ticketalternative.com


After the King Khan & BBQ Show obliterate Lenny's on Friday November 21, the following night, Celebrated nightclub organist and puppeteer, Quintron & Miss Pussycat, will pay Atlanta a visit at the Eyedrum Gallery. During performances, Quintron often uses a custom-made Hammond organ/Fender Rhodes synthesizer combo which is custom built to resemble the body of a car, complete with working Headlights! Miss Pussycat is a multidisciplinary artist from New Orleans who specializes in the puppetry arts and will perform a puppet show before Quintron and Miss Pussycat rock your world.

Hawks open the show and Feature members of Electrosleep Intl. Carbonas will also play. Ticket are availabe at Criminal Records, Decatur CD, Ella Guru or online at www.ticketalternative. com. Also You can charge by phone at 1-877-725-8849.


QUINTRON & MISS PUSSYCAT
LIVE VIDEO


regular gallery hours November 23, 2008
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  free
regular gallery hours

rehearsal November 25, 2008


rehearsal November 26, 2008


regular gallery hours November 28, 2008
3:00PM - 8:00PM
Price:  free
regular gallery hours

Twinhead Theatre: Choose Your Adventure: The Play! November 28, 2008
8:00PM - - -
Price:  $7-$12
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Choose Your Adventure: The Play! Get sucked into the circuits of time with Judy and her brother Clay in a live show brought to you by Twinhead Theatre. These two young students scramble through time and space to stop the evil Dr. Emma Wright, but their fate is in your hands! The choices the audience makes throughout the show determine what they do and where they go next! Do you visit the underwater city of Atlantis, or train for the Olympics with Hercules himself? Dare you brave the ruthless Adolf Hitler? Or take your chances with Senator Ted Kennedy? Don’t miss any of six chances to see this show, and since YOU pick what happens next, it’s different each time!

Two shows: 8:00PM and 10:30PM

regular gallery hours November 29, 2008
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  free
regular gallery hours

Twinhead Theatre: Choose Your Adventure: The Play! November 29, 2008
8:00PM - - -
Price:  $7-12
Choose Your Adventure: The Play!

Get sucked into the circuits of time with Judy and her brother Clay in a live show brought to you by Twinhead Theatre. These two young students scramble through time and space to stop the evil Dr. Emma Wright, but their fate is in your hands! The choices the audience makes throughout the show determine what they do and where they go next! Do you visit the underwater city of Atlantis, or train for the Olympics with Hercules himself? Dare you brave the ruthless Adolf Hitler? Or take your chances with Senator Ted Kennedy? Don’t miss any of six chances to see this show, and since YOU pick what happens next, it’s different each time!

Two shows: 8:00PM and 10:30PM

Twinhead Theatre: Choose Your Adventure: The Play! November 30, 2008
5:00PM - - -
Price:  $7-12
Choose Your Adventure: The Play!

Get sucked into the circuits of time with Judy and her brother Clay in a live show brought to you by Twinhead Theatre. These two young students scramble through time and space to stop the evil Dr. Emma Wright, but their fate is in your hands! The choices the audience makes throughout the show determine what they do and where they go next! Do you visit the underwater city of Atlantis, or train for the Olympics with Hercules himself? Dare you brave the ruthless Adolf Hitler? Or take your chances with Senator Ted Kennedy? Don’t miss any of six chances to see this show, and since YOU pick what happens next, it’s different each time!

Two shows: 5:00PM and 8:00PM

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