When: Fri., Aug. 19 2011
Convergence-Continuum continues its 2011 season at the Liminis theater with tonight's opening of Five Flights, which we are told is "a touching comedy" by Adam Brock. Even after studying the press release, we're not entirely sure what it's all about. But we can tell you that it involves an aviary, religious convictions, fear of commitment, and the ways in which Russian ballet resembles a hockey game. There's also stobe lights, male nudity, and exposure to bird plumage — but don't worry. We're sure artistic director Clyde Simon makes sense of it all. Tonight's curtain is at 8 p.m., and performances continue through September 10. Tickets are $10 to $15; snag 'em by phone or on the website. — Cicora 2438 Scranton Rd., 216-687-0074,convergence-continuum.org.