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Back by popular demand, Fluid Movement’s ever-widening, ever-glimmering one-night variety spectacular has deigned to stick around for a second night, and a third show! That’s right, people! It’s time for Glitterama! time!

Greggy and the crew are back to serve you steaming ladles full of talented goodness, for goodness sake! Thrill to Mara Neimanis’ clowntastic celebration of lubrication! Swoon to the song stylings of our evanescent Torch Singer, Fraulein Grundman! Say ooh and ahh as Park Ranger Justice is served by our interpreters of the Sunday Funnies, the Mark Trail Players! See Lion-shaped Lions tamed by what for all intents and purposes may as well be a Lion Tamer! Look out, Gunther Gabel Williams! All that and Poi Swinging, Queer Leading, Booty Shaking, and so much, much more, with a visit from your favorite plastic surgery disaster puppet, Botaxa! What more could ask for?

Where? You fool! At the Load of Fun, Sherwin Mark’s state-of-the-art funmagorium! 120 W. North Avenue, at the corner of Howard. When? Friday, November 9th and Saturday, November 10th. Friday night at 8, Saturday at 7 and 10. How much? Not much: $10 Where? or at the door!

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