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A one-off "queer marathon" turns into a second annual 10-hour event

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Ten hours of wonderful: Laura Arrington hot-wings it to the queer performance marathon "Too Much"
PHOTO COURTESY OF WWW.LAURAARRINGTONDANCE.COM

Hennessy says they got a small grant this year that allows artists a modest remuneration. But the lack of institutional support or control, not to mention profit motive, combines neatly with a desire to include work that slips through the usual categories. "If we're not beholden to anything, how much could we queer even the idea of an event?" he asks. "I think we've pulled ["Too Much!"] even further in the direction of messing with a simple theatrical structure. That means introducing people doing time-based work, or work that doesn't fit into theatrical contexts for a variety of reasons."

TOO MUCH!

Sun./23, 2 p.m.–midnight; $10

Dance Mission Theater

3316 24th St., SF

(800) 838-3006

www.brownpapertickets.com

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