FRINGE SHOWS: Friday, September 27 

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Performers from local dance troupe FuturePointe are projected on to the Little screen, where improvised graphics dance across the screen. (Friday at 5 & 6 pm at Little Theatre 1. $10.)
Trumpet player Al Biles performs alongside the Genetic Jammer, a computer that improvises and riffs. (6:30-7:30pm at Little Theatre Café. FREE.)
City Newspaper's Eric Rezsnyak called this collaboration between BIODANCE, Sound ExChange, and M.W. Harris his favorite performance of Fringe 2013. Check out the fascinating, ethereal presentation that makes astonishing use of the RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium. (Friday 6:30-7:30 p.m. $10.)
This play, banned from public performance in London during the Victorian era, is presented by Black Sheep Theatre. NOTE: Only Act 1 will be performed at Fringe; the full show will run October 4-12. (Friday 7-7:50 p.m. at MuCCC. $5.)
Rochester native Padraic Lillis performs this one-man show about a love story between an addict and his addiction. (Friday 8-8:45 p.m. at Writers & Books. $10.)
A new original musical by the Rochester-based Second Time Around Players, the grown-up members of the former Upstairs Youth Agency. (Friday 8-9 p.m. TheatreROCS Stage at Xerox Auditorium. $10)
Check out UR vocal groups including Midnight Ramblers and After Hours singing those sweet harmonies. (Friday 8-9 p.m. Bernunzio Uptown Music. $10.)
A new play written and directed by Rochester's Samantha Vakiener and Angela Giuseppetti. (Friday 8-9:30 p.m. at The Space Theatre & Gallery. $7)
The Pulitzer Prize-winning humorist headlines the evening at Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre. (Friday 8-9:15 p.m. $20-$65.)
A mix of spoken and sign-language poetry by NTID's Masquerer's Drama Club. (Friday 8:30-9:15 p.m. at Little Theatre 1. FREE.)
This collaboration of local composers, musicians, and dancers features compositions by ESM alumni and dancers from Rochester City Ballet. (Friday 10-10:50 p.m. Eastman School of Music Sproull Atrium. $10.)
Deadly Dames Burlesque presents an evening at the USO, with song, striptease, and comedy. (Friday 10-10:50 p.m. MuCCC. $10.)
This bizarre event combines the 1922 silent film "Nosferatu" with a soundscape, poetry, and flash fiction. (Friday 10-11 p.m. at Writers & Books. $6.)
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A mix of spoken and sign-language poetry by NTID's Masquerer's Drama Club. (Friday 8:30-9:15 p.m. at Little Theatre 1. FREE.)

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