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Don’t Miss Out on the ‘Plato’s Porno Cave’ Experience

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Photo: Tyler Kline

Unfortunately, due to space, I wasn’t able to mention in this week’s art column the full line-up of events and performances that Plato’s Porno Cave: The New World still has in store inside Little Berlin (2430 Coral St.)

I can assure, even if you missed the outrageous opening festivities, you’re still going to want to experience The New World for yourself while you still can.

Weds/20: Archival Film NightDuring the third and final archival film night of PPC’s run, folks will have a chance to catch three different films: The Phantom of Liberty (1974), Aria (1987) and Fallen Angels (1995). The $5 dollar suggested donation will score you a bowl of popcorn and PBR. (8pm-1am. $5)

teena_geist1Fri/22: Ms. Teena Geist in “The Stairwell Symphony”Local performance artist, Ms. Teena Geist will lead audiences on a journey through “the fog of adolescence” as she attempts to find her true self and “silence all the haters” through a variety of techniques including, improvised vocal mantra, guided meditation, herbal remedies, and live action painting. “Should be interestingly weird,” says PPC curator/creator, Marshall James Kavanaugh. “I look at it as the suburban evolution of the New World.” (8pm-12am. $5-$10)

Sat/23: Erotic Word ExchangeDuring this free-for-all evening of soulful philandering, anyone and everyone is welcome to share a little bit of erotica, whether it be in the form of a song, story, joke, rant or philosophy. Either sit back, listen and enjoy the free stimulation, or get up and be apart of the conversation. (8pm-1am. Free.)

Fri/29: Cirque SkeletiqueGiven that The New World opened with a “Big Bang,” you best believe it’s going to close with a bang, albeit a slightly smaller one. This Philly/Brooklyn-based nouveau cirque orchestration uses a fusion of music and movement narrative to tell a story, a story set in the apocalyptic “New City.” Get it? The individual featured performances include everything from sword swallowing, stilt walking, knife throwing and contortion to juggling, dancing, aerial acrobatics and other freak-show acts. Needless to say, this is not your average circus. (8pm-1am. $10)



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