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Friday, June 10,2011

CD REVIEW: Flogging Molly's 'Speed of Darkness'

By Gary Zeidner
When it comes to Celtic-infused rock ’n’ roll in America today, fans predominantly fall into two camps. Those who prefer their fiddles and bagpipes accompanying a harder-edged, punk-flavored sound gravitate toward Dropkick Murphys. Those who, instead, seek the sounds of Scotland and the Emerald Isle blended with more “mature,” less aggressive arrangements usually dial up Flogging Molly.
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Thursday, June 2,2011

Me-wow

The fantastic felines of Cats prowl Boulder’s Dinner Theatre

By Gary Zeidner
That's right; Boulder's Dinner Theatre is enjoying its 34th season, which means that BDT has bested the one and only Lord Jesus Christ in terms of corporeal longevity on this big, blue, mostly-water-covered rock we call Earth.
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Thursday, May 12,2011

Murder with moxie

The bodies and the laughs pile up in Longmont

By Gary Zeidner
Did you know that the Longmont Theatre Company has been around for 53 years? That means that for more than the past five decades, 600 months or 18,250 days, depending on which unit of measure one prefers, the Longmont Theatre Company has been bringing theatre to life in Boulder County.
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Thursday, April 28,2011

Heavens to BETC

Bull fights, beef Wellington and buckets of laughs

By Gary Zeidner
The Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company - aka BETC, which is pronounced 'Betsy' for those of you still puzzling out the headline above - concludes its fifth season with the regional premiere of Michael Hollinger's An Empty Plate in the Café du Grand Boeuf.
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Thursday, April 14,2011

Twirling, twirling, twirling toward freedom!

A reimagined circus makes us all kids again

By Gary Zeidner
Les 7 doigts de la main translates as 'The seven fingers of the hand' and is a play on an old French idiom about disparate parts coming together to work toward a common goal. Either that, or it's really the punch line to a filthy French joke on par with The Aristocrats.
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Thursday, March 31,2011

The legalized gambling, not the children's song

Bingo spills out of the parlor and onto the stage

By Gary Zeidner
After an extremely abbreviated amount of Internet-based research, I am guessing that, unfortunately, Mr. Sheen had nothing to do with the titular modification. (Regardless, Go Team Crazy!) According to the Inter-webs, this bingo-centric play is commonly referred to as Bingo: The Winning Musical, Bingo: The Musical.
Thursday, March 10,2011

Dropkick Murphys still going strong with latest album

By Gary Zeidner
Dropkick Murphys (DKM) are back, and their timing couldn’t be better. Their new album, Going Out In Style, dropped on March 1. As one of America’s most talented and popular Celtic-rock bands — one of the few and proud to feature bagpipes and electric guitar on most every song — Dropkick Murphys know a thing or two about their fan base. It’s no wonder the new album came out mere weeks before St. Patrick’s Day.
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Thursday, March 3,2011

Just a kiss

Story about love and homophobia misses the mark

By Gary Zeidner
Putting on a play is one complicated proposition. Think about how difficult it is to coordinate with a small handful of your friends for a Saturday night jaunt to Pearl Street or (gasp!) Denver and you immediately get the idea.
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Thursday, February 17,2011

Peanuts, Cracker Jacks, perfidy and laughs

‘The Catch’ gets a hold of one and knocks the cover off

By Gary Zeidner
Do you enjoy plays or musicals (Sure, we all do!) but can never convince your husband, wife, lover, son, daughter, friend, co-worker or mail delivery person to join you for a show? Well, if that husband, wife, lover, son, daughter, friend, co-worker or mail delivery person is a baseball fan, you may finally be in luck because The Catch.
Wednesday, February 16,2011

Social Distortion’s latest will anger mal-adjusted fogies, please well-adjusted ones and everyone else

By Gary Zeidner
Social Distortion’s latest, Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes, is a maturity test of sorts. After all, Social D has been playing its unique brand of hard luck punk rock since the early 1980s. Give any band — let alone a punk band — 30 years, and they’re either going to experience some sonic evolution or they’re going to become, at best, one-note redundancies or, at worst, idiotic self-parodies.
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