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Brazilian artist plans street theater at High Line (AP)

  • Listed: October 5, 2011 6:25 pm


In this Sept. 21, 2011,  image released by Off Off Public Relations, a dog dressed in an orange jumpsuit, goggles and face mask, portraying an inmate at the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay is shown as part of 'SEEWATCHLOOK,' a series of 28 scenes performed for free from Oct. 6-16 that explore the boundary between show and reality.  The eight hour-long show, by Brazilian artist Michel Melamed will be performed at night, from Thursday to Sunday at New York’s High Line, the once abandoned, 1.45-mile-long elevated railroad that has been turned into a lush, green pedestrian artery. (AP Photo/Off Off Public Relations, Michel Melamed)AP – On one busy street corner in Manhattan, things are about to get even odder, if that’s possible.

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