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In the forbidden postwar avant-garde of creativity, as America virtually loses the war on commonsense... good and evil are subjective, ambiguous, and to a select few, a "fake news" term. "Don't Shoot The Messenger" by W③Rd is an ambitious attempt at pushing the artform of thought and the human capacity to feel and think. Set to blaze the planet, not everyone can solve his nonsensical ravings that he claims are hiding in plain sight. Through a series of montages, Hiphop & pop culture references, mixed with social critique, please join us on April 4th at 7pm at the Van Dyke Performance Space in Greensboro for this "mystery, in a riddle, inside an enigma" fundraising event. DOORS OPEN AT 7:00 pm and SCREENING BEGINS AT 7:30 pm!! There will also be a 15 minute intermission between part 1 and 2. All proceeds will go towards Uptown GSO. - Arts Uptown Greensboro. For more information go to ... uptowngso.org

Show | 7:30pm // Doors | 7pm
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