CityArts Factory pays tribute to the greatest television show of the '90s at 'Once More With Feeling'

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ART BY JO CHEN
  • Art by Jo Chen
The Third Thursday gallery hop downtown this week gets the small-screen treatment at CityArts Factory. Originally pegged to be a tribute show to the hands-down greatest television show of the 1990s (go ahead, fight me), Buffy the Vampire Slayer, CityArts has opened the show up to submissions that deal with any of the artists’ favorite TV shows. But let’s be honest: We’re here for the Scoobies. Not that other shows don’t deserve the attention, but the seven seasons of Joss Whedon’s masterpiece taught us everything we know about friendship, love, dealing with adversity, and hand-to-hand combat. Can you really say that about How I Met Your Mother? (Sorry, Willow.)

6-9 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 17 | through Sept. 16 | CityArts Factory, 29 S. Orange Ave. | 407-648-7060 | orlandoslice.com | free

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