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Love, Hunger, and Puppetry

Weird, sure, but isn’t that what experimental theater’s all about? The innovators at HERE Arts Center blur the lines dividing art forms like dance, music, theater, and puppetry during Culturemart, their annual festival of resident artists ($15; call 212-352-3101 for tickets and details).

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  1. 1. The Food Project

    January 6 and 7

    A show by Ellen Beckerman and Madeleine George that explores all angles of Americans’ all-over-the-place relationship with food.

  2. 2. Removable Parts

    January 10 and 11

    An entertaining new musical by Corey Dargel built on humorous pop songs about how far someone will go in the name of love.

  3. 3. Drums of the Waves of Horikawa

    January 18 and 19

    The Theater of a Two-headed Calf mixes Kabuki and punk rock in a modern adaptation of a 1705 Japanese saga.


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