Theater devotees and outdoor enthusiasts unite for two evenings of free alfresco performance. UWABE — Art in the Park meanders throughout Grove Park (338 Charlotte St.) to present three dances, each derived from the natural landscape. During “Biosphere,” a giant puppet among open fields probes into our changing planet’s effects on the human condition. “Radiant Poison” is a fierce and physical costumed dance that spans four gardens and delves into the concepts of origins, illusion, creation and dissolution. Finally “Koori,” set in a wooded grove, employs 50-pound blocks of ice for a performance meditation underlining the durable yet ephemeral nature of the ice element. UWABE guests are encouraged to bring folding chairs and blankets to both performances on Friday, Oct. 24, and Saturday, Oct. 25, at 6 p.m. Free. anemonedance.org. Photo by Sandee Johnson
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