An overnight performance comes to the Barnes

Mark McCloughan (left) and Jaime Maseda of No Face Performance Group will premiere ''Abbot Adam: Matins / Lauds'' at the Barnes. (Emma Lee/WHYY)

Mark McCloughan (left) and Jaime Maseda of No Face Performance Group will premiere ''Abbot Adam: Matins / Lauds'' at the Barnes. (Emma Lee/WHYY)

There’s a call-out to aficionados of the night life. Make that the overnight night life.  Thursday, Friday and Saturday the Barnes Foundation is hosting a performance called Abbott Adam: Matins/Lauds.  One evening will include a live audience, while the other two will be a live stream.

WHYY’s Dave Heller spoke about the event with the performers, Jaime Maseda and Mark McCloughan, who comprise No Face Performance Group, and Harry Philbrick, founding director of the presenting organization Philadelphia Contemporary.

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