Join Dada Cabaret in “Critical Mass,” as they tell, through music and word, a story of a woman dealing with the fallout of decisions made by powerful men beyond her control.
The event will take place Saturday at Samadhi Healing Arts Center, 423 W. Walnut St., in Johnson City, beginning at 6 p.m.
Tickets are $5 and free to students with ID.
Dada Cabaret is an experimental chamber ensemble that presents unique concerts in non-traditional, audience-friendly venues. Based in Johnson City, Dada Cabaret features eclectic art music for unusual instrumentation with humorous spoken narrative and elements of theater.
Inspired by literary nonsense, transgressive cinema, Dadaism and the avant-garde movement, Dada Cabaret seeks to push the boundaries of classical music and transcend the divide between audience and performer.
Members are Dr. Heather Killmeyer, oboe; Dr. Stephanie Frye-Clark, tuba; Dr. Alan Stevens, voice; Andrew Ford, writer and pianist.
Special guest artists for this show are Opal Frye-Clark, Dr. Matthew Potterton and Dr. Rande Sanderbeck.
For more information, visit Dada Cabaret on Facebook.