It's a dodgy business, regarding one's elders as inherently square. Each generation yields its share of conventional dullards, as well as glorious, groundbreaking freaks: For every pipe-smoking, platitude-spouting Ward Cleaver type in the '50s, there was a speedy Jack Kerouac, blazing on drug binges and writing novels in a matter of days. In the '60s, the notion of generational incompatibility was granted a certain blunt poetry with the catchy phrase "Don't trust anyone over 30"--from which the opening show of this year's Out There series takes its name. Based on the... More >>>