Alibi V.28 No.15 • April 11-17, 2019 
Bones of Nina’s daughter

Art Magnified

Nina’s Story

Ananke by Viola Arduini

Ananke is an intertwined work in three parts. The first is the bacteria with Nina's story inserted using CRISPR. The second is the photographs that offer physical evidence. The third is the soundscape of the p53 gene translated into music.
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Arts Interview

The Inescapable Story of One in Two

Playwright shines light on Indian Country sexual violence in 1N2IAN

Weekly Alibi sat down with playwright Jay B. Muskett to talk about 1N2IAN, a play to tell the tale and raise awareness of the fact that over 50 percent of Native women have experienced sexual abuse.
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Found Objects

This week, there's Icons and Symbols of the Borderlands, The Symphony of Sleep: Sleep and the Brain, the UnAmerican Comedy Show, John Mulvany: All Things are: Impermanent Imperfect Incomplete and Free Range Art: Creativity Without Limits.
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Glamour Profession

Che Malambo

The powerhouse, all-male Argentinian dance company brings its thrilling percussive dance and music spectacle celebrating the art of the Gauchos.
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That Toddlin’ Town

Chicago

Catch the timeless musical set in the roaring '20s with fabulous music and immortal staging by Bob Fosse.
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Grand Art

Art Along the Rio Grande

A one-day art fair showcasing the cultural heritage and ecological significance of the Rio Grande Valley with local artists, tours of the refuge, city nature challenge events, live music, food trucks and kids' activities.
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Jung Lied for You

10th Annual Vocal Artistry Art Song Festival: Das Lied

Hear the final concert and see the award-winners during the closing event.
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