Brian Feldman returns to Orlando for a repeat performance of some of his best work, starting with '#txtshow'

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Ex-Orlandoan Brian Feldman is back in town for a retrospective run of some of his best-known performance pieces – Wawa Shabbawa, The Feldman Dynamic and more. #txtshow, first performed exactly 10 years ago on Feb. 24 at the Kerouac House, is a show written by the audience: Feldman, in the guise of the mysterious character “txt,” will read everything tweeted at him by the audience. Like a lot of performance art, it’s an idea that sounds silly until you’re in the middle of it, feeling the energy of the room shift and morph as each member of the audience reacts to each other, like a Ouija Board planchette moving under everyone’s fingers. Pro tip: Bring your phone charger.

3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 24; 7 p.m. Monday-Thursday, Feb. 25-28 | Kerouac House, 1418 Clouser Ave. | facebook.com/brianfeldmanprojects | $15-$20



PHOTO BY MATTHEW SIMANTOV
  • Photo by Matthew Simantov

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