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Oh wow…In the Tree of Smoke is going to be AMAZING! All these performers are so talented that it is scary. And they are performing at the rad old/new art space the Great Star Theatre. Just check out this rad promo video:

Here ‘s a little bit about the show:

It is a circus show that is both a swan song to a San Francisco that no longer exists, and a celebration of the cutting edge in American un-step performance. Featuring world renowned circus performers and set in an infinitely branching network of recursive and contradicting realities, In the Tree of Smoke is, above all, an experiment. Inside the maze of its un-storyline the question is posed: Is there space for art in a world which no longer deems it relevant?

In the Tree of Smoke will be happening every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday in June and you can buy tickets here. But I’m a big fan of all the people involved and I’ve convinced them to give me 25 pairs of tickets for this Saturday June 7th. Sweet Right?!?! Wanna win a pair? Act fast and enter below!

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