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Hipster Haven

Three of the most reliable regulars from “Evolve,” Galapagos Art Space’s monthly performance series.

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  1. 1. Sequins for Satan

    Fridays in February at 8 p.m.

    Rachel Shukert’s dark, fairy-tale-like work that weaves Jewish mysticism with modern language to tell the story of a troubled young boy who gets lost in the woods with an assortment of eccentric characters.

  2. 2. Neal Medlyn: Superstar Duets

    Fridays in March at 8 p.m.

    The charmingly mad performance artist’s series of duets with other artists (such as Adrienne Truscott and Kenny Mellman), in which they riff on everything from R. Kelly to gender politics.

  3. 3. Rip Me Open

    Fridays in April at 8 p.m.

    A mysterious story created by a collaboration of four artists—Desiree Burch, Michael Cyril Creighton, Kyle Jarrow, and Brian Mullin—about a female private detective, a male blond bombshell, and an investigation that draws them in.

Galapagos Art Space
70 N. 6th St., near Wythe Ave, Brooklyn; 718-782-5188


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