Onstage: Performance and Time Arts, Live Art Collision

The inaugural 2009 Performance and Time Arts Series is kicking off the new year with “Live Art Collision,” a collaboration of seven up-and-coming performers. Be entertained by choreographed dance to poetry works, a one-woman play, an audience-interactive

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Move over Barack, there’s a hotter inauguration in town. The inaugural 2009 Performance and Time Arts Series is kicking off the new year with “Live Art Collision,” a collaboration of seven up-and-coming performers. As Meredith Brooks would say, the show “is a little bit of everything all rolled into one.” Sorry to disappoint, but there won’t any ‘bitches’ at this show. You will, however, be entertained by choreographed dance to poetry works, a one-woman play, an audience-interactive art work, a music-movement theater piece as well as a male and female duo who beats on drums and expands your Japanese vocabulary. It’s a collection of performances that delve into the souls of the artists, invite a little humor and examine aspects of social being. 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday at College Hill Town Hall. Tickets available at the door. $12; $8 students/seniors.

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