This multimedia work by CAMP (Creative Arts Melting Pot) is often visually beautiful but intellectually confusing, combining dance, monologues, short scenes, video, and music to tell a story that doesn’t hold together. Alice (played simultaneously at different ages by Colleen Murray, Heather Kroski, and Laura Chiaramonte) is a naive, lonely 30-year-old, long ago abandoned by her mother, who confuses abuse with love and so finds herself alone and drunk with an awful man in a barn miles from nowhere. Davidson Cole’s poetic script creates beautiful images despite the melodramatic material but remains too heavy–the only flashes of humor come in some witty video footage of Alice meeting cute with the man, whom (perhaps thankfully) we never see onstage. Through 5/21: Fri-Sat 8 PM, Sun 3 PM, Chopin Theatre, 1543 W. Division, 773-278-1500, $15. Closing.