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The touring heavy metal festival will bring the smell of fire and brimstone along with the sounds of Slayer and King Diamond to Gexa. Other bands have been faster and heavier, but there is still no group on the planet that matches the perfectly orchestrated ferocity of Slayer.
Based on the Steven Spielberg film of the same name, Catch Me If You Can adapts the true story of Frank Abagnale, a sympathetic conman whose impersonations of pilots and prosecutors make a life of crime seem downright glamorous. The FBI is less impressed—it’s probably not a spoiler to say that crime does not end up paying for our dear antihero—and this musical captures the suspense and thrill of a long cat-and-mouse game.
This world premiere adaptation of the classic novel boasts a wordy title worthy of the lovably deluded Don Quixote’s logorrhea. The story of the wanna-be knight and his squire Sancho Panza is one of our all-time favorites, and the duo’s capers should translate well to the stage, particularly with some help from Tad-Poles, the company’s stilt-walking youth outreach group.
The Greatest Show on Earth hasn’t changed its formula much since P.T. Barnum pitched the tent on his first three-ring. Why would it need to? A new circus-goer is born every minute, as they say. Legends, this latest edition of the long-running act, promises appearances from unicorns and other mythical creatures, which doesn’t sound too outlandish when you consider the acrobatics and stunts this circus is known for.
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