Face Off comprises five events that are intentionally vague to allow for improvisation and audience interpretation. On the most basic level, there will be a balancing challenge, a tofu-dog eating contest and a main title bout. The winner of each event receives points to chat on Facebook between rounds and audience members are encouraged to bring in laptops and smartphones so that they can chat with competitors. On some level, its about social networks and how they change our relationships and access to our memories, says Gregorio. And on another level? Youll have to see for yourself.
Admission is $5 for adults and $4 for students and seniors; for more information, call 303-443-2122 or go to www.bmoca.org.
Thu., Nov. 18, 7 p.m., 2010