Collective Truths

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PARK SLOPE The Brooklyn Lyceum‘s a reliable host of innovative performances, so it’s no surprise that their new “micro-season” created by theater company UglyRhino embraces the absurd. Beginning on Tuesday night, performances of Pinter’s Celebration and Ionesco’s Rhinoceros will be commingled with parties featuring the Bell House’s Happy House DJs, Brooklyn musicians like Horse’s Mouth and Stephanie Carlin, and free taco and hot dog nights courtesy of Nathan’s and Oaxaca. The Lyceum’s own Gentrify Brooklyn improv and a reading of a short play titled But For His Scythe To Mow round out the entertainment running through November 21.

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