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What's on this week
Harm's Way with PALM
Go heavy or go home – this showcase of Harm’s Way and PALM, hardcore bands from Chicago and Osaka, respectively, promises to knock your socks off with massive chugga-chuggas and blast beats. Local acts Tipping Point, Weight of the World AD and AES support.
The master of the house, Orgon, invites the pious Tartuffe to stay with his family. Enchanted by Tartuffe’s good nature, Orgon offers the newcomer his daughter’s hand in marriage – but the rest of his family can see through Tartuffe’s wiles and guiles. And now, they have to find a way to convince Orgon of their suspicions. The play was written by French playwright Molière, and is now translated and performed by Nine Years Theatre in Chinese with English subtitles.
Featuring sculptures and other artworks that bridge the gap between nature and industry, a series of works are displayed along Orchard Road and in the gallery. Participating artists include Yi Chul Hee, Pierre Matter, Blek Le Rat, and Shepard Fairey, among others.