The (probably) last James Lamb and the Liabilities/Wicker Robot show (in it's present incarnation) until 2010!!!!! (I play accordion in this group and BG's and there are some fantastic things happening with this group. catch us while you can)
At the Biltmore (12th and Kingsway downstairs from the hotel part), Thursday May 1.
When is always my weakest link here....I think it's 9. There's 3 acts so if you show up at 9ish you should be catching us shortly thereafter
We're playing with the Crackling and Dan Mangan. He's always selling out shows so if you're really interested you should actually try for 9 to make sure you're in.
and I believe it's a tener to get in (not bad for three fabulous bands and a fabulous nite of music and merrymaking)
hope to see ya guys soon...
You might never know it from all the hatred being spewed in the name of God these days, but at its best, Christianity—like theatre—is about compassion. And compassion can be extremely difficult to muster. By producing Steven Fechter’s The Woodsman, Pacific Theatre, which is a Christian company, is asking us what it might be like to be a pedophile. Dirk van stralen plays Walter, a quiet guy who has served his time and is back in the community—but the only place he can find to rent is across from a school, and his demons won’t let him be. The show runs from April 4 to 26 at Pacific Theatre and there will be nightly talk-back sessions hosted by Circles of Support and Accountability, a community organization that claims to have reduced incidents of re-offending by 80 percent. Go to www.pacifictheatre.org/ for complete info.