The manic oscillation between boisterous characters and uncouth narrator reflects the very unpredictable nature that is depression. It works, and it works well.
Tagged: Space Theatre
The production seamlessly leaps through locales with each scene, and the bare bones set leaves the audience with no distractions from the cliché-free romance unfolding before them.
Trickles of punk, jazz, and swing crept their way through each song, highlighting the fact that in addition to being a bunch of cute vagabonds there are also undeniably talented musicians.
To try and describe charismatic front man Mr. Bruce in any depth would require a review of its own, but between his geometric matador-influenced outfit, dominating yet astoundingly precise dance moves, and unrelenting voice, it was impossible not to want to watch his every move.
Lee Fields, we just wished you were here.
Most of the crowd were sitting on the floor as The Basics took the stage, but within a few songs the band had coaxed all but a few to their feet, and by the final song the audience was dancing and hooting in unison.
Lady Rizo is delightfully competent in her delivery and deservedly confident in her vocal range; able to sashay from diva to comedienne on the turn of a dime.
REG is a love letter to a star of the stage.
Mojo Juju is an all round class act: this is a perfect date night activity, or dress-up event.
Christine McVie is an integral character in the Fleetwood Mac mythos, and in Go Your Own Way rock diva Catherine Alcorn tells the hidden history of one the greatest song-writers of the seventies. Heckler asks Catherine 9 Quick Questions!