I cant rate the show yet but I will probably be giving it atleast 4 stars.
Saw him live at the Star Theater in May and he killed it! Stoked to be able to see him again so soon and for so Cheap! Doors opne @ 8:00
If they are as good live as they are on record than this show will definitely be 4 stars if not more! two more days!
I was at this show and they got a standing ovation, and I was one of the people surrounding Rose who was laughing their ass off. Rose writes articles about fashion. Typical Mercury to send someone to a show who isn't qualified just to take a snarky shit on it. This show is awesome.
I enjoyed this show. Some sketches were funnier than others, but the overlying theme showed a perfect balance of lightheartedness and sincerity. The comedic chemistry of these two was undeniable and fun to watch.
great line up, i've seen these bands before.
A very cool breeze is headed south as Victoria, BC-based STEPH MACPHERSON brings her unique singer/songwriter style to the U.S.! After successfully releasing an EP and debut album in her native Canada, STEPH has her sights set on the U.S. with a January 15th release date for Bells & Whistles.
Steph has opened for the likes of Sarah McLachlan, Tom Cochrane, Sugarland, Sheryl Crow and Erykah Badu, not to mention – her impressive performance at the 2010 Lilith Fair. Vue Weekly recently added, “Bells & Whistles is an honest, thought-provoking record full of diverse instrumentation and lyrical storytelling.” STEPH MACPHERSON has a one-of-a-kind talent that transcends cultures and borders, bringing her special lyrical connection to all.
Seeing the boys is a real treat! Not as intimate and therefor not as powerful as their incredible tv show and films, this is still a show unlike you're likely to see anywhere else. Fans of this great Canadian saga should definitely check out the new book FIFTY SHADES OF TRAILER PARK BOYS: TPB in the Great Comedic Traditions, a nonfiction collection of essays on the history and mechanics of comedy using TPB and other modern classics as examples. Great holiday gift, at Amazon and other retailers now!
Enjoyed this very much and always looking forward to the next show!
I saw the production last night and have been thinking of nothing else since. The actors inhabit the provocative play with so much daring and conviction its hard to find the words to praise them. If you are in the mood to have your cage rattled go see this thought provoking and audacious production.
Local band kraniul saw opened up and showed how to make your fingers fly.
To review this production without mentioning the talents of the cast and orchestra is unforgivable. The music was gorgeous; the acting was powerful. Gretchen Rumbaugh, who played Mrs. Lovett, was especially electrifying and Matthew Alan Smith's Judge Turpin took creepy to new heights.
Coming into the show not knowing anything about the Director's vision, I did not find any forced references to the state of America today. I took it for granted that the show was taking place in old London since the cast did such a great job with their accents and the set only enhanced that picture.
I agree that on the surface, Aloysius Gigl wasn't as menacing a Sweeney as say, Johnny Depp, but that just gives his insanity a different flavor. When he snaps, he does it in a giddy, dangerous, I-have-nothing-left-to-lose way which is why the song "A Little Priest," is so much pun fun!
Sweeney Todd does not feature gross rich people taking advantage of poor people. Almost everyone is gross in Sweeney Todd.
I hope the reviewer harping on a political theme that may or may not have been present does not discourage anyone from seeing the show. It is well-executed Sondheim and that is always worth the ticket price.
Fun that you are hosting debates, but I won't be going.... not your fault. the only decent VP candidate was not invited by the D.C. Elite.
Went to Ford Food and Drink for Ray's set...perfect venue for Ray O's music, he sounded great and there was a good vibe with the crowd. I'll definitely be going to listen to Ray again. He's a gifted guitar player and sings from the heart. Bravo!!
Hi. I'm hosting the event and wanted to add that Kristine Levine (She's appeared on Portlandia, opened for Doug Stanhope and is going to the Edinburg Comedy Festival in August) will be the headline performer. All of the performers are high caliber and I apologize if this was the wrong use of the comments section.
Intimate, relaxing space with a late '60s vibe. The music was terrific, the wine less so.
I attended the 4/19/12 Marc Maron Show.The MC and the humor of Ian were a nice set-up for Marc's entrance.It was a great 2 hour show.
....AND they have a hot chick singer ........HELLLLOOOOO
It was a great show...although there was one disappointment. It was suggested that we have dinner at 'The Lamp' that has an attached door to the Aladdin to enter the venue from there for prime seats. The outside door was opened prior to 'The Lamp' entrance, therefore our seats did not end up being even close to the best. :(
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