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Karamu Makes Art Out of Crisis 

When: Thu., Sept. 23 2010

Mmmmmhmmm, experimental theater with a sociopolitical, residential tilt. Tonight, Karamu House (at 2355 East 89th Street) presents the world premiere of Closure, a dramatization of 28 poems by local poet/playwright Mary Weems. You'll see objects left behind in foreclosed homes animated by music, dance, and multimedia presentations. It sounds bizarre, but promises to be a profound and original reflection on a national crisis, in a city that endured some of its most vicious side effects. Tickets are $20 on Thursday and Sunday, $25 on Friday and Saturday. Call 216-795-7070 for more info. — Allard

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