The series opener brings thrills and spills as this Austin, Texas-based group of daredevils applies a fictitious and dangerous form of method acting called "The Approach."
An all-woman German collective performs its version of "King Lear" -- with the performers' real fathers on stage.
A mash-up of modern dance and Voguing, a "frenetic free- for-all that bounces from soul music to sculptural acrobatics" and features a drag version of Prince's "Darling Nikki."
An elephant-headed god goes to Germany to reclaim the swastika, originally a Hindu symbol, from the Nazis. This indie production, acted by an ensemble that includes people with mental disabilities, has drawn raves in its native Australia and London.
(All shows at 8 p.m., Walker Art Center, 1750 Hennepin Av. S., Mpls., $18-$22, 612-375-7600, or walkerart.org.)