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Wednesday, October 24 

Hello Penis: A Man-ifesto
  • Hello Penis: A Man-ifesto

Hello Penis: A Man-ifesto
Manbites Dog Theater—You can think of Hello Penis as "Puppetry of the Penis"in the metaphorical sense. Created and performed by Joseph Baker and Kevin Poole, this "man-ifesto" puts a magnifying glass to the male psyche through two men's relationships with brothers, fathers, friends and lovers. Expect a twisted interpretation of gender issues through movement, spoken word and text. Tonight's show is "pay-what-you-can" ($5 minimum) for an 8:15 p.m. start. Visit —Kathy Justice

Boris with Michio Kurihara, Damon & Naomi
Cat's Cradle—Japanoiser Boris uses brute volume to its paint-peeling, guitar-hum advantage. But Damon and Naomi rose from Galaxie 500 to a own repertoire of more nimble psych-folk. Friend Kurihara was guitarist for both White Heaven and Ghost and best plays with coloring things instead of always striving for stormy bluster. That's not always typical for the best altered states, but it is tonight. Tickets are $12-14 for the 9:15 p.m. show. —Chris Toenes


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  • Hello Penis: A Man-ifesto at Manbites Dog Theater; Boris with Michio Kurihara, Damon & Naomi at Cat's Cradle

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