In the annual oft-all-but-impenetrable noise that is the Fringe/Live Arts/FringeArts, a few groups always stand out that make the whole mess somehow justifiable. You know their names: Headlong Dance Theater, Anonymous Bodies, Pig Iron Theatre Co., and with greater feverish ambition each year, New Paradise Laboratories. After spending more than a decade transmogrifying any number of pop culture totems and any number of technological so-called advancements therein into living theatre, this year, it looks like NPL is going off the goddamned grid altogether. This thing that they’re doing this year — it’s a thing, it’s a happening, it’s a public action of spontaneous motherfucking joy — is called 10 Unnamable Spectacles. Details are sketchy — “the intrusion of useful nonsense into the public sphere” is the best descriptor we’ve found, and yes, MORE OF THAT, PLEASE — but whatever it is, it’s already happening and you’re going to just have to deal with it. Kind of like the Fringe itself. Anyway, our main point is this: They’ve got a blimp. And they are not afraid to use it. Follow @newparadiselabs to begin to try and grasp whatever this magic thing is.