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2255 173rd St, Lansing, IL, US, 60438

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February: Meet Me On Mars - Amarillo
AmarilloFebruary 07, 2015
Amarillo
Amarillo, TX 79107
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Presenting...the Show! Spring 2015
Young Performers TheatreApril 22, 2015 4:30 PM
38 Fort Mason
San Francisco, CA 94123
Ages 8-12 Students in Presenting ... the SHOW will create their own characters and with the guidance of the instructor, weave them together in their own story.  Based on improvisational techniques and games, character development and the major components of storytelling.  The show will be presented on the final day of class! Cost: $260 Thursdays 4:30-6:00 pm
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Matilda and Patrick's Ja-makin'-me-laugh
The D ShowroomFebruary 02, 2015 2:30 PM
301 Fremont Street
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Starring puppet "Matilda: Jamaica's No. 1 Comedienne," and her sidekick, Second City-alum Patrick Murray, "Ja-Makin'-Me-Laugh" is a sexy, sassy, multi-cultural comedy show. Not only will you laugh, but you'll marvel at Murray's uncanny Jamaican accent as Matilda comes to life on stage, sharing wacky stories about her family and cracking jokes with the audience. Murray has been perfecting his ventriloquism act for decades and has performed all over the world, including the Bahamas and Atlantic City. Now he's bringing his comedic and voice-throwing talents to The D Las Vegas, for one of the only matinee shows that's just for adults.
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Laibach
ArenaAugust 02, 2015 8:00 PM
Baumgasse 80
Vienna, 1030
One of the founding members of the art movement known as Neue Slowenische Kunst, also referred to as NSK or New Slovenian Art, the experimental project Laibach was formed in Trbovlje, Slovenia in 1980. Though it is best known for its pop song covers, the band has always sported a heavy political agenda by offering commentary on totalitarian regimes within all realms, whether critiquing dictatorships of rock music hierarchies. Labeled as a radical band in Yugoslavia, the band was outlawed in the Communist state and forced to operate under its black cross logo but continues to create its avaunt-garde music. Laibach's sound evolved from avaunt-garde to ambient noise to industrial music, which includes elements of hip-hop, electro, techno and electronic body music. The group earned international recognition in 1987 with its third studio album Opus Dei, which prompted the Catholic organization of the same name to unsuccessfully sue the band for what it saw as slander against the Church. The band eventually entered the realm of mainstream success while maintaining its use of industrial percussion, rhythms and abrasive vocals.
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Fun Fridays At Carmel Valley
Carmel Valley Recreation CenterFebruary 14, 2015 3:30 PM
3777 Townsgate Drive
San Diego, CA 92130
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February: Meet Me On Mars - Amarillo
AmarilloFebruary 07, 2015
Amarillo
Amarillo, TX 79107
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