Photos: The Maze at Death by Audio's Opening Night With Dan Friel, Gowns, and Pterodactyl
There may or may not be a rock critic in this photograph. Credit, here and below: Rebecca Smeyne.
As we noted earlier today, the Maze at Death By Audio--a life-sized sculptural maze of narrow corridors, unexpected turns, and actual dead-ends, plus alcohol--opened last night with a overstuffed bill capped by Dan Friel, Gowns, and Pterodactyl. Remember: "There is no prescribed order, start time or end time, duration, location of performance, relation of audience to performers, and so on." Can't you tell? Those not sufficiently amped for A Place To Bury Strangers' last-minute cameo in the labyrinth tonight might peruse last night's photos--looks pretty fun in there! If also a bit like a high school gym gone majorly awry. The evening in pictures, below:
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