The final installment of Khecari’s five-year performance cycle takes place this fall and brings us back to the five-by-eight-foot pit that was the set for last year’s spellbinding “Oubliette.” But not before drawing some big contrasts, playing with extremes of perception and proximity. As in “Oubliette,” only a dozen people may experience the performance at a time, but in this case the small band of audience members wander through a shifting labyrinth constructed within the soon-t0-be-developed Shoreland Hotel Ballroom, seeing performers up close, from across vast expanses, and finally very, very close, gazing down into an extremely confined space for the finale. Be sure to purchase tickets well in advance, total seating for all performances is less than some of the smallest theaters in the city. “The Cronus Land” is the hot ticket of the fall. (Sharon Hoyer)
Khecari at the Shoreland Ballroom, 5454 South Shore. October 16-November 13 at 8pm. $10-$250. Tickets at khecari.ticketleap.com/cronus.