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Tuesday, October 05, 2010

Test Market presents Schadenfreude...

Okay the name is hard to pronounce but when you look up the definition of "Schadenfreude" it gets even worse. Basically "Schadenfreude" is German and means to take great joy in the misfortune or suffering of others. Twisted to say the least, but when you know its coming from the folks at Test Market Theater you totally get it. In either case this show should be an awesome and one to enjoy and share a few laughs. So everybody yell "Schadenfreude" because it makes you feel good. I think?

Test Market's latest creation, "Schadenfreude", is a broken soundscape that devolves into a stage performance melding man, machine, time, and space. Presented in two parts with a ten minute intermission, Schadenfreude is the next step in the ever-evolving, ever-expanding performance series of "REEL".

Humorous, dark, and furiously absurd, Test Market will push the boundaries of artistic integrity and the buttons of the audience all in a single, content-heavy performance.


October 23rd 2010 // doors open @ 8pm // performance begins @ 9pm
PWC Gallery : 1221 S Main St. in Downtown of course! Schadenfreude!

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