Alibi V.27 No.3 • Jan 18-24, 2018 

Culture Shock

Playing with Shape

Emi Ozawa prompts viewers to Follow the Line toward wonder

Emi Ozawa's Follow the Line exhibition of large, wooden sculpture and smaller framed paper pieces is based on amidakuji, a common game of chance in Japan.
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Paul Ford and Mark Hisler
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Theater Review

In the Twilight

Vortex Theatre's The Father unmoors, compels

The ugliness and tragedy of dementia is so poignantly played in The Father that several audience members openly wept as we moved out of the playhouse and into the night.
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Jonathan Juanico

Found Objects

Degrees of Tradition unveiled, Adobe Theater re-opens, Re-imagined Stuffed Animal Workshop pops up and Adult Coloring Night comes to Tractor Brewing.
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Twenty Years of Rent

RENT: 20th Anniversary Tour

A re-imagining of Puccini’s La BohèmeRENT follows an unforgettable year in the lives of seven artists struggling to follow their dreams without selling out.
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Image courtesy of Bidewell Photography

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The More Miraculous the Berry …

Miraculum: Felicia Davis Concepts

Runs through 02/28/19.
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Image by Kyle Froman

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The Sheer Magnitude of Movement

Ailey II

Under the artistic direction of Troy Powell, this critically-acclaimed company translates their strength and agility into powerful performances.
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No Sex For You

Lysistrata: A Woman's Perspective

This is the story of women standing up to powerful men for what they believe in and taking control of a situation that is simply unacceptable.
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