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Comment Archives: Events: 4 Stars

Re: “Bike Smut 9: Science Friction

This is a spectacular venue to witness the last ever bikesexual production!

Posted by Gasper Johnson on 08/15/2016 at 6:43 AM

Re: “'Mary Poppins'

Performances, costumes, choreography, and scenery were a delight. The sound needed tweaked. The combo was strangely assembled and arranged and was the weak link.

Posted by Jane Smalley Boyer on 11/28/2015 at 8:46 PM

Re: “Dr. Dog, Yellerkin

Scott McMicken of Dr. Dog on his favorite places to play. He mentioned Stubbs and "Higher Game"... "Oh, there’s this place, The Higher Game in Burlington, Vermont, oddly enough. It’s just this really cool venue. It’s pretty simple. They have two rooms. One room can hold maybe 500 people and then the other room can hold maybe about 1,000 or so. It’s kinda in a parking lot next to a Burger King. It’s nothing really that special architecturally or anything but maybe it’s more to do with the people that work there and the general kind of way in which music is received in Burlington – really unpretentious and really open-minded and it always feels great to play there, mostly I think on account of the people that live there. And among the people that live there, the ones that work at the club are super nice."…

Posted by Egmatic on 01/14/2015 at 1:31 PM

Re: “'Girl in the Other Room'

Whenever I watch a play or movie that stays with me days after seeing it, I feel that it has risen above the norm. The Girl in the Other Room is one of those performances. It successfully bought me back to my childhood and my relationship with my own mother at that time. It's ability to do this and leave me mulling over it's message was, for me, the real strength of this play. The use of Vicks was a stroke of genius because it surely connects all of us to our childhoods. If that statement intrigues you, I strongly urge you to experience this story for yourself. If you're like me, you'll laugh, you'll cry, and you'll hear some enjoyable and meaningful music all while supporting Alzheimer's research.

4 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by Sharon Peace Evans on 04/28/2014 at 10:26 AM

Re: “Pancake Breakfast

Test review

Posted by test on 01/28/2014 at 3:11 PM

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