"Sorry! Wrong Chimney!" follows in the tradition of O. Henry's classic short story "The Gift of the Magi," but instead of hair combs and gold watches, the misunderstandings revolve around a husband moonlighting as a department store Santa and a wife thinking he's up to no good. Toss in some hypnotism and a burglar who also dresses up like Father Christmas, and you've got a wacky Yuletide yarn. Renton Civic Theatre breathes new life into this play that just celebrated its 25th birthday.
Centerstage presents an afternoon of magic, wonder, imagination and laughter with their comedic, English panto spin on one of the world's most beloved fairy tales. In "Jack and the Beanstalk," when a mysterious man convinces Jack to trade a cow for a handful of magic beans, Jack's world is turned upside-down. Will Jack be able to make it all the way up the beanstalk to the Giant's castle in the clouds and make it back down the beanstalk safe and sound? Only time will tell in this fun and enchanting tale that's filled with hilariously "terrible" jokes, fun songs and a "ghost gag" bench that might have you jumping straight out of your seat.
Puddle Of Mudd / Rebels Against Wicked /above Ground / Atomic Ballroom / As Kingdom Divide + Guests
Studio SevenDecember 19, 2014 7:30 PM
110 South Horton Street
Seattle, WA 98134
Puddle of Mudd is an alternative rock band originally based out of Kansas City. Though it has roots dating back as early as 1992, the band really gained exposure in the 2000s, joining the era's pack of post-grunge, hard rock-influenced radio bands that includes groups such as Nickelback, Creed and Fuel. In 2001, Puddle of Mudd had the pleasure of signing to Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst's record label, as the group's pop-filtered, chuggy distorted guitar rock is perfectly tailored for fans of modern rock radio. Some music fans will most certainly bash on Puddle of Mudd and its ilk for returning to the exhausted grunge-pop well a few too many times, but that assuredly won't matter at all to the group's legions of mainstream fans.