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Eggfarm_promo Two of the New York International Fringe Festival shows playing in our neighborhood this weekend are:

Egg Farm, written by Bill Heck and Nick Mills and directed by Wes Grantom: "Two
actors: many people. Think Sweeney Todd meets Brecht meets YOU, set in
a dark, funny, and bloody future. Come secure the success of humanity
for only a small, one-time fee: YOUR LIFE".

Saturday, 7:45pm at CSV Cultural and Educational Center – Milagro
at 107 Suffolk Street (Rivington & Delancey Streets)

Willy Nilly, A Musical Exploitation of the Most Far-Out Cult Murders of the Psychedelic Era. The troupe describes it as
"Charles Manson meets Mad Magazine in this tasteless spoof about a
filthy faux-Messiah, his cult of wanton women, and high Hollywood
murder. With a raucous score, gratuitous nudity, acid freakouts,
excessive gore, cruel stereotypes and slapstick misogyny, consider this
the anti-Hair."  Sunday, 8:30 pm at Dixon Place (161 Chrystie)

 For some non-Fringe related theater, head over to The Living Theatre tonight to check out Where Aliens Roam, a variety show that features avant garde performance art by musicians, dancers, performance artists and
actors. For more info and tickets visit Roaming Aliens Productions here.

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For some family fun on Suday, you can take part in The Eldgridge Museum's ongoing series Preservation Detectives.  Discover the story of the 1887 Eldridge Street Synagogue on a
fun-filled program combining architecture, history and Jewish culture.  The program includes conversations and art activities inspired by participants' discoveries.
Every Wednesday and Sunday at 1:00 pm. Recommended for ages 5-10. $15 per family.

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