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  • Friday, October 11, 2013

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    • Belarus Free Theater
      Performance
      10/11/13 5:00pm
      If scars are sexy, Minsk is the sexiest city in the world. Strip clubs, underground raves and gay pride parades pulse beneath the surface of a city where sexuality is met by government oppression. Minsk 2011 celebrates and mourns a land that has lost its way. Performed in Russian with English subtitles.
    • Event
      10/11/13 5:00pm
      Enjoy a different jazz band under a tent each evening as the sun sets on Sarasota Bay. Free of charge with your RIAF ticket stub or museum admission. Food and beverages available for purchase.
    • Performance
      10/11/13 5:00pm
      The mystique of the silent-film era is captured – and updated – with a screening of Buster Keaton’s 1924 comedy Sherlock, Jr., accompanied by a live performance of the jazzy, eclectic, and inventive score for piano and string quartet composed by pianist Stephen Prutsman and performed with the Aeolus Quartet.
    • Leev Theater Group
      Performance
      10/11/13 9:00pm
      Hamlet, Prince of Grief: From Iran comes a humorous and most unusual rendition of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Written by Mohammed Charmshir, the work is performed by Afshin Hashemi in Farsi with English subtitles and employs an imaginative menagerie of plastic toys to symbolize the inhabitants of Hamlet’s drama.
    • Performance
      10/11/13 9:00pm
      The mystique of the silent-film era is captured – and updated – with a screening of Buster Keaton’s 1924 comedy Sherlock, Jr., accompanied by a live performance of the jazzy, eclectic, and inventive score for piano and string quartet composed by pianist Stephen Prutsman and performed with the Aeolus Quartet.
    • Performance
      10/11/13 9:00pm
      Viewing dance as an abstract documentary form, Tere O’Connor’s bold and individualistic approach to choreography explores the complex coexistence of time, metaphor, and memory.
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