Rather than being a hodgepodge of multimedia effects, humanature's dance, music, spoken word and video converge into moments of virtual synsesthesia. It's an impressive performance that lets the enormously talented individuals shine on their own, while playing off each others' interdisciplinary strengths. The dancers combine traditional and modern techniques to present a visual delight, wisely not over-polishing their program to the point of sterility. The raw beauty of their movements is offset by music that, at times, simultaneously recalls both Philip Glass and Roy Buchanan with its shifting, rapid rhythms and singing cello and guitar. Spoken word and video give moments of repose from the dancing, though never letting go of the audience's imagination. The moments featuring only video projection and cello are arguably the show's most beautiful. Any IndyFringe-goer had better have a good excuse to miss this. Wednesday, 6 p.m.; Saturday, 10:30 p.m.; Sunday, 4:30 p.m.