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This year in particular, any Fringe fest worth its salt has gotta poke fun at a few vampires, and has Boulder's got some bloodsucking hilarity for you: Canyon Movement Company has ventured here from Flagstaff, Arizona, to present Under my bed; behind my closet door..., featuring excerpts from Dusk to Dawn -- Vampire Legends and, as the company notes, "other creepy dances." Canyon Movement performs for your Fringing pleasure tonight at 10 p.m. at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, 1750 13th Street, Boulder. Performances continue through Saturday; tickets are $6 to $12. But if you're not getting spooked at BMoCA, do hit tonight's Daily C.R.A.B., also at 10 p.m. at Rueben's Burger Bistro, 1800 Broadway, Boulder. The late-night comedy talk show with host Dave Burdick is celebrating Spoof Night by allowing Fringe artists to make open fun of each other's work, in a friendly sort of way. Audience members can also take part, so come armed with a funny point of view. Admission is free.
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