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Comment Archives: Events: 5 Stars

Re: “Vanessa Lively

From the website: "An eclectic blend of alternative folk music bringing together a variety of stringed and percussive instruments, balanced by expressive lyrics."

Posted by lively on 07/28/2010 at 11:05 PM

Re: “Stress in the 21st Century

The address is actually
Inspired Healing
5350 E. Broadway Suite 108
Tucson AZ, 85711
In the Williams Centre Plaza, west end next to the Good Egg

Posted by Gem on 07/28/2010 at 4:49 PM

Re: “Vanessa Lively

Looking forward to it!

Posted by flips on 07/28/2010 at 12:54 PM

Re: “Shadow cast: Repo! The Genetic Opera

I played Rotti in this production and i would like to extend a warm thank you to Silent Star for such a wonderful and well thought out review. Tell everyone you know that wants to have a good time to come to the Genetic Opera on Aug. 14th where we also have a wonderful preshow of Dr. Horrible Sing Along Blog. Doors open at 11pm. See you at the Opera!

Posted by Rotti Largo on 07/21/2010 at 12:49 AM

Re: “Andrew Collberg, Maya Caballero, Sunny Italy

Sky Astronomy Bar/Cafe is a great place to see the stars tonight!I didn't know it's solar powered with telescopes, $1.50 ice cold lattes & mochas, Happy hour 5-8 pm with $2.00 wells and $1 off ice cold drafts. fire dancers 7 & 8, dancing, MAYA CABALLERO, Andrew Colberg & Sunny Italy show! What a cool lineup! The stars are aligned tonight!~April Sandmeyer, Industry Insider

Posted by AprilSandmeyer on 07/16/2010 at 9:09 AM

Re: “Shadow cast: Repo! The Genetic Opera

I went to this movie not really knowing what to expect. A friend told me it would be worth my time, but I had never heard of it before and knew nothing about it, only that it would have a shadow cast. Yeah, well, I had one of the best nights in recent memory.

The pre-show was something I never expected, a mini-drama that was a take on a Shakespeare, and something I rather enjoyed. The show itself was awesome. Imagine yourself at a party with 100 of your closest friends when someone decides to rent a movie, a comedy/drama troop and a movie theater. That was kind of what this was like. A shadow-casted film is your chance to yell like you have always wanted to. From the cries of agony when the "Twisted Pictures" logo-clip appeared, which consists of a nail being wrapped by barbed wire, to the witty and sarcastic pop-culture references, to some even greater moments of hilarity I, as well as my friend, found our selves reeling with laughter.

The cast was great, well rehearsed, devoted to putting on a great show and to having a good time, all of which are crucial to a good performance. They were almost completely in sync with their big-screen counter parts, down to their every move and twitch. The directing was good, and seemed to meet the challenge of blocking for a very complicated show rather well (unlike much of Rocky Horror, Repo has very dynamic cinematography which makes the transition from a 3D original to a mostly 2D stage a nightmare).

The tech was also not too shabby. Costuming was good, right down to the Repo man's mask. Props were nicely selected/made, including even a theatrical knife with blood. The Set worked well for the most part, though some of the scene changes looked painful in a somewhat cramped area. I think they brought they're own stage too, which is a must have for a shadow cast.

On the whole I went looking for a good time and boy did I find one. I have already recommended it to several friends and look forward to the next show. I really hope this evolves into a Tucson classic. Mongo props and thanks to the cast and all involved!!!!!

Posted by Silent Star on 07/15/2010 at 3:18 AM

Re: “Dave A'bear

Dave A'Bear is always fun to see. He not only is a living Grateful Jukebox, but he can play country, reggae, classic rock, heavy metal, and traditional music. And his solo Acoustic shows at the Hut have been amazing.

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Posted by AZLumpy on 07/11/2010 at 9:53 AM

Re: “Grand Opening: Sacred Machine

I found his art work to be dark and mysterious. Worth seeing time and time again. He brought the past back, in a time machine. Thanks, Christina

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Posted by christina on 06/16/2010 at 9:34 AM

Re: “The Cactus Road Band

This is an all AGES show! Bring the family! This is one of the few places people under 21 can see a live country band perform! The food is great, atmosphere is great and the band is HOT!

Posted by billyclifton1 on 06/16/2010 at 9:05 AM

Re: “Joe Rogers

Joe Rogers is a one of a kind southern man born and raised in Tennessee. He along with Steve Oliverio form the duo know as "Doubleshot" They play a lot of covers from Johnny Cash to Tom Petty To Jimmy Buffet But also have many Originals. Check Joe out at www.jrogersmusic.com for more info about upcoming shows.

Posted by sca91ford on 05/29/2010 at 11:40 PM

Re: “Antique Fair

The fair is moving after the June 6, 2010 fair and the phone # listed is incorrect. The number is 243-0386. email is: antiquefairs@gmail.com

Posted by Antique Fairs on 04/29/2010 at 2:58 PM

Re: “Battle Royale: The Floor Is Lava,Dawn Brings Revenge, At War With the Inferior, Within Our Reach and others

I Went,, I Dont Think That dawn bring revenge should have gotten 3rd place,, they should have got 1st. haha

Posted by yoitsnelson11 on 04/29/2010 at 12:02 PM

Re: “Tucson's Largest Rummage Sale

This is an awesome event with something for everyone. There is a LOT of great stuff at the Junior League Rummage Sale-everything from furniture, clothes, toys, antiques, baby items, jewelry, books, kitchen and household items, linens, pictures, frames, electronics, suitcases-you name it, they have it! This is truly Tucson's Largest Rummage Sale and everything is high quality and sells cheap!

I would get there early if you go Saturday as things get picked over soon.

It is open for "Pre-Sale" Friday night. Entrance Friday night is $5. Doors open at 6:00 pm (There are a LOT of people that come to this every year and the popularity of the Friday night presale has mushroomed because people have learned over time that all of the good stuff - furniture, high end stuff, electronics, etc. - usually is sold Friday night.) The catch is that stuff is sold for twice the ticket price on Friday night (though still really cheap - dirt cheap in some cases)

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Posted by rummageguru on 04/20/2010 at 11:55 AM

Re: “Giant Blue featuring Anna Warr

Anna Warr will send chills through your soul when she hits those notes. Her performance is unmatched in Tucson!

Posted by thebon on 04/17/2010 at 8:26 PM

Re: “Grind

This band is awesome!! Lots of great songs and they play them very well live! I had so much fun dancing and singing along with them. It's really nice to see a group have a female AND a male singer at the same time so they are able to mix it up quite a bit...and they do! They have some of their own original songs that are really good too! I'll be heading back out to see them again when they come back to the River's Edge!!

Posted by jimmyd24 on 04/13/2010 at 4:53 PM

Re: “80's and Gentlemen

Knockout lead songstress and pretty professional band mates. RT!

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Posted by MBYC on 04/07/2010 at 10:01 PM

Re: “Hidden Treasures of Santa Cruz Valley Studio Tour

The artists and studio/galleries at Amado Territory Ranch have done it again! From the AMAZING art of 11 on site to the incredible talents of GABRIEL AYALA and the champagne brunch...OH MY GOODNESS! If youmissed these wonderful artists at work: Bonnie Jaus, Carol Curry, Michael Arthur Jayme, Rebecca O'Day, David Voisard, Karon Leigh, Aleda Burkholder, Denyse Fenelon, Mickey Bond and Annie O'Brien-Gonzales.....you have another opportunity! Sat Sun, 10th and th we they will be AT IT again! On Sunday, troubadour DAN CONNOLLY will perform at Straw House Gallery after the Informal Jam presented by Becky Reyes! Once at Amado Territory Ranch, there's no need to look further for beauty, inspiration and an oasis by the pond beneath massive, cooling trees.............ahhhhhhhhhh

Posted by Straw House Mama on 04/05/2010 at 8:14 PM

Re: “Toner Studio and Gallery

An Impresive assemblage of diverse work in an eclectic space of light and grounded artistry.James Toner's sculpture is sensual, ethereal, brings tears to your eyes. From his stunning, breathtaking nudes to his precious birds, a delight. James' studio/workspace is inspiring and near-enviable, if he were not such a really fantastic guy!

Juttas' large and commanding works beg close pondering. I returned to two of them many times. Rich and powerful, sometimes almost "secretive", it's a uber- pleasant Knowing she shares with us thru this beautiful work. I dreamt of it after viewing.

The photographic work in this show has motion and lots of negative space for your mind to wander freely - minimalist and a nice addition to the other mediums. The gallery itself is in a historic barrio south of Tubac and north of Tumacacori...and, like Amado, AZ. is a welcome wander to a more grounded, original art environment. A Must See!

Posted by Straw House Mama on 04/05/2010 at 8:04 PM

Re: “Vent

Just saw Vent - Strong vocals and everybody in the band is a pretty good musician - they definitely have fun. Good show guys!

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Posted by Diminished7th on 04/05/2010 at 10:07 AM

Re: “The 8th Rule

Playing with 8th Rule will be Red Star Rebellion, Frantic, and Van Gogh Rescue. Show starts at 9pm. See you all there!

0 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by VanGoghRescue on 03/25/2010 at 4:20 PM

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