Me, myself, and why

Fred Curchack, one of America's foremost performance artists, whips up an orgy of self-confrontation with Live Love Acts

Whether Live Love Acts will nudge anyone to confront their own cruelty and folly is debatable. Curchack the entertainer fires on all cylinders in this show, which means you may not get a chance to consider your original sins. Audiences may laugh and be creeped out so much by the man's literate antics, they'll forget to apply Jean Cocteau's famous dictum: "People read books to see if they're in them." One thing's for sure: Fred Curchack is growing as an artist -- not up, as he likes to say, but growing down, so deep into a subconscious of common sensations that he just might bump into you along the way.

Mark Graham
Fred Curchack portrays DJ Pollochek, a "Don Juan for the new millennium" who prides himself on his oral ability to please women.
Mark Graham
Fred Curchack portrays DJ Pollochek, a "Don Juan for the new millennium" who prides himself on his oral ability to please women.

Live Love Acts, written, directed, and performed by Fred Curchack, runs Thursday-Saturday at 8:15 p.m. through February 26 at the Undermain Theatre, 3200 Main St. Call (214) 747-5515.

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