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Powrplnt’s TFW105: #1

(photo via Powerplnt / Facebook)

(photo via Powerplnt / Facebook)

A while back we talked to Angelina Dreem about her nonprofit Powerplnt, a workspace and gallery providing tech-centric classes and workshops. Friday, they present their “first monthly event about feelings.” The event is one of the first to happen in the new, permanent space. It features performances and “touching feels” by Colin Self, Baby Perrier, Bebe Yama, and Hunter Hunt Hendrix, and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to various organizations supporting teen mental health. Feels good.

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Performance Picks: Bloody Celeb Humor, Motherly Folktales, Murder Mystery

If the The Fire This Time Festival and The Exponential Festival have you festivaled out, here are some other choice performances to check out.

WEDNESDAY

(photo via mollypope.com)

(photo via mollypope.com)

An Audience With Molly Pope At Joe’s Pub, 425 Lafayette St., East Village; 9:30pm (also at 7pm on 1/27). Tickets are $20 and can be purchased here
“Neo-retro” cabaret artist Molly Pope has performed many times all over the city and garnered much praise along the way, but this time she’s doing a little something more: recording her first album. Of course, that’s also happening in front of a live audience, led by a six-piece band. And don’t worry, there will be a sing-along, and audience members who partake will in fact be credited as back-up artists on the album. It’s your chance to be a star!

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