Lupton City Snake Show At Barking Legs Is May 31

Part 2 Of Dilating Nexus Series

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

The Lupton City Snake Show will be at Barking Legs Theater on Saturday, May 31, 7 p.m.  Admission is $5 at the door.  

Review for the Lupton City Snake Show:

A mercerized variety show that beams the limelight on esoteric expressions and hidden histories as imparted by raconteurs, mythologists, comedians, visionaries, musicians, hawkers, barkers, and Holy Fools. 

Performers include Bob Stagner of Chattanooga, Cherry Blossoms of Nashville, Jeff Zagers of Savannah, Jenny Moon Tucker of Baltimore, Pony Payroll Bones of Baltimore, Zack Kouns of Ironton, Oh., Tom Landis of Chattanooga and Red Okra King of Chattanooga.

There will be an audio preview of the performers on Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/humanconduct/lupton-city-snake-show-mix

The Dilating Nexus (shakingray.com/nexus/) is a monthly series of non-conventional events and ritualized social experiments housed in a variety of “total environments” throughout Chattanooga. The five-month series aims to stimulate rarefied, esoteric and unknown actions within the region, while honoring and highlighting cutting-edge work that is already in existence. Each of the five events is presented as a provocation to galvanize marginalized performers and artists from all disciplines, pushing them into unforeseen situations and inspiring them to respond in genuinely spontaneous, creative and resourceful ways.


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