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• If you’re in New York: Don’t miss the premiere of Comix’s new show, “What’s So Funny?” The show features comedians, who sit on a couch after their performance, and get “analyzed” by comedian/psychologist Mark Bellace, PhD.
• If you’re in Los Angeles: Get a sneak preview of the new documentary about screenwriting, Tales from the Script, which features many prominent and successful screenwriters talking about their successes, failures, and the untold stories behind some of the greatest screenplays ever written.
• If you’re in San Francisco: Check out Ratio3 Gallery’s new exhibition, Safe Word, which is hosting some of artists Danny Keith, Amanda Kirkhuff, Takeshi Murata, Francine Spiegel, and Anthony Viti’s responses to the production and representation of extreme kinkiness.
• If you’re in Chicago: Go catch Wooden Wand, James Jackson Toth’s most lively work to date, in which he spikes each turn with a different folk-rock element, be it a moody, rumbling chorus or an unexpected burst.