If you’re not sure if post-modern dance is for you, check out Compagnie Sursum Corda’s Garces now in performance at the Théâtre de l’Adresse. Sarah Chlaouchi and Fanélie Danger offer a joyous feminist thesis with a distinct millennial deadpan. Calling to mind “Broad City,” the two have a selfless clowning wit that says, “I don’t care what you think,” while quietly continuing, “but I’m so hot right?” Through portraying conduits of superficiality and vanity with such self-effacing vulnerability Garces becomes a superb emblem of millennial punk. The two have simply too much fun for the work to be heavy handed. Their images and movements also have too much depth for them to be frivolous. What you are left with in the end is the joy of a fabulous friendship, and the delight in purposeful rebellion.