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    Fusebox: Fusebash Cloud 9 Teen

    Leave the Earth pretty much behind and dine with the Fusebox movers-and-shakers in the clouds for an evening that celebrates their 19th year of supporting artists and producing unforgettable live events. It's gonna be a mighty mighty night of mafficking, featuring remarkable performances from the fiercest artists, a live auction, mind-blowing and mouth-watering food, and otherworldly cocktails invented by Tiki Tatsu-Ya's fabulous Cory Starr. Bonus: 100% of the proceeds from FUSEBASH go directly to paying artists, designers, and technicians.
    Sat., Feb. 25, 6-10pm. $250.  
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    Masquerade of Night: The Red Death

    In which the Tiger Den is transformed into a chapel of earthly delights of both divine and infernal proportions in the company of the shadow's most voluptuous, seductive, and dangerous creature: The vampire. Yes, helpless bloodthrall, you, too, are invited to attend this darkling burlesque "in your visions of traditional Venetian masquerade costumes or as creatures of the heavens and nether realms."
    Sat., Feb. 25, 6pm; 7:45pm; 9:30pm. $50.  
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    An Evening with Jaston Williams

    Jaston Williams is the author and co-actor of the two-person Greater Tuna plays: Greater Tuna; A Tuna Christmas; Red, White, and Tuna; and Tuna Does Vegas.
    Feb. 25-26. Sat., 2 & 7:30pm; Sun., 2pm. $37.  
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    I See You. You're Seen.

    Told from the perspective of a former little Black girl, this solo work – written and performed by Oktavea LaToi, directed by Simone Raquel Alexander – is a fusion of art, poetry, music, and movement that investigates what it means "to see and be seen, to see and be forgotten" through the lens of healing, Blackness, and self-reflection, while also challenging others who "look the other way."
    Through March 11. Thu.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 6pm. $15-37.
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