This event, one of the most popular components of the yearly FronteraFest, is a day of site-based performances in local homes and other surprising locales, starting off at the Elizabet Ney Museum, moving down to 34th Street, then jumping just east of the highway to the Cherrywood/French Place neighborhoods. Featuring 17 new works, including a little girl becoming a pirate ship captain, a print/fiber installation about gentrification, flamenco, film, a phone call at the end of a long day, and much more, as curated by Anna Eisley and Marina Weikel Ramirez. Bonus: Afterparty with the artists and performers at the last location.
Sat., Feb. 8, 11am-6pm. $15 for an all-day pass.