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Something Dada Moves to the Beck 

When: Sat., May 14 2011

As one of Cleveland's premier improv troupes, Something Dada is beginning something new. After a long, successful run at downtown's Tower Press Building, the group marks its inaugural performance tonight in its new home at the Beck Center for the Arts in Lakewood. "One of the major changes will be our ability to be more theatrical in our presentation," says Russ Stich, Dada's GM. "Full lighting and sound capabilities in the Studio Theater, as well as the intimate seating setup, make it the perfect new home." All Dada shows are based entirely on suggestions from the audience. That means you can take in as many performances as you like, and each one will be a spanking new experience. "This is a great example of two well-established groups coming together," says Scott Spence, artistic director at Beck Center. "The only thing Dada has lacked recently is a steady home where their audiences could always hang their hats." Something Dada performs tonight and every Saturday at 8 p.m. Tickets are $12 and can be purchased at somethingdada.com. Beck Center is at 17801 Detroit Ave. in Lakewood; for more info, call 216-521-2540 or visit beckcenter.org. — Niehaus

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