This Neo-Futurist lecture-demonstration on American militaristic zeal is mistitled. Thankfully its droll ironies are decidedly unchildlike, and its many stylistically diverse segments form less a history than an idiosyncratic inquiry into select wartime atrocities. Writer-performers Greg Allen and Donovan Sherman struggle to find a coherent thread through their onslaught of props, and often their politics–particularly their racial politics–are too broad to be meaningful. But at times their tiny gestures artfully convey the enormity of mass destruction: they stage the U.S. bombing of Tokyo, which killed 100,000 civilians in a single day, by letting a delicate paper house burn in silence for 30 seconds. With judicious editing, the show might exhibit that kind of poetic intensity throughout. Through 3/11: Thu-Sat 8 PM, Neo-Futurarium, 5153 N. Ashland (second floor), 773-275-5255, $10-$15, “pay what you can” Thu.