The Dorothy K: For Better, For Worse, and Forever is the newest performance by Implied Violence. It has involved horror-movie music, singers dosed with ether, and a mansion in New York City. Now, in Seattle—where the Stranger Geniuses of IV are based—it will be transplanted into the reflecting pools outside the Frye Art Museum, while an exhibition of evidence of past works is ongoing indoors (that exhibition, with video, props, and more, is called Yes and More and Yes and Yes and Why). As the dancers make their slow moves in the water, an archer will shoot 60 arrows per hour at a finely crafted wax target. You never know quite what will happen, but IV always has deadly style. (Frye Art Museum, 704 Terry Ave, www.frye museum.org, 11 am–5 pm, free)