Anything Goes is like a box of chocolates; we know there are a dozen ten-minute-or-less performances that evening, but we won't be able to peel back the wrapper to reveal what's inside until showtime. We've learned a few tidbits: Suchu Dance's Jennifer Wood gives us a soupçon from Ocean; jhon r. stronks riffs on Disney to give us three fairy "gawdmothers" in a jazz-dance-disco concoction; Tehillah Hartmann does a duet with a life-sized skeleton (for reals); and Margot Stutts Toombs aims to make us smile with a combo meditation workshop/video screening. Anything Goes also marks the closing night for this year's Houston Fringe Festival, a bittersweet end to a week of triumph and tribulation. With weather conditions being less than optimal the organizers have been scrambling behind-the-scenes with schedule adjustments. A portion of the ticket sales from this evening will benefit the Red Cross and their efforts at disaster relief.
8 p.m. September 10. The MATCH, 3400 Main. For information, call 713-521-4533 or visit matchouston.org or houstonfringefestival.org. $10 to $90.
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