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At Meet Under McGrath dance performances, light shows, and videos are shown under a highway overpass. (Allison Evans) Allison Evans
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Unlikely venues prove that anyplace can be a space for art

By Terry Byrne
Globe Correspondent / August 17, 2007

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Neil LaBute's drama "The Shape of Things" explores often misguided assumptions about both art and relationships. For the newly launched Spontaneous Theater Project, the play's setting in an art gallery became an opportunity. Performances will take place in the Bernard Toale Gallery in the South End Aug. 23-Sept 1. (Full article: 841 words)

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