4 items from 2015
If celebrity interviews represent the junk food of TV interviews, this supercut is analogous to eating an entire bag of Hot Cheetos after dipping every one in a huge vat of mayonnaise. (Sos, maybe dial 911.) Including everyone from Jerry Seinfeld and Gary Coleman to Jennifer Aniston and Amy Schumer, this World Wide Interweb compilation has no shortage of cringe-inducing nuggets; it painfully represents the best (read: worst) of all time. »
- Sean Fitz-Gerald
Avenue Q review: This new UK tour of the famous Broadway musical is inventive, well-performed and above all, absolutely hilarious. Avenue Q review
Jeff Whitty, Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx‘s Avenue Q: The Musical has been delighting audiences since its off-Broadway debut in 2003. Since its debut, the puppet-themed, very adult show has welcomed crowds across the world, including Las Vegas, Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Mexico, all across Europe, Israel, Shanghai and many others. To say it has been a success is a bit of an understatement.
Obviously a parody of the children’s television show Sesame Street, as well as being an “autobiographical and biographical” parable, Avenue Q revolves around a fictional New York residential street where recent college graduate Princeton (see what they did there) arrives in search of a ‘purpose.’ There, he meets kindergarten teaching assistant Kate Monster, and neighbours; investment banker Rod, his roommate Nicky; wannabe comedian Brian, »
- Paul Heath
Fox Theatre rocks the block this Sunday; Avenue Q heads outdoors; and “Knuffle Bunny” is a stirring cautionary tale for all toddlers. It’s this week’s Atlanta Events Roundup. Fox Theatre's Rock the Block PartyTo celebrate those who saved the historic theater from what seemed like certain demise 40 years ago, the Fox Theatre is hosting a “Rock the Block” party on Sunday, June 7 from noon to 6 pm on Peachtree Street Ne and Ponce de Leon Avenue. There will be live entertainment on two stages, with performances by the DejaBlue Grass Band, Dad’s Garage, and an Allman Brothers tribute band. Avenue QHorizon Theatre brings the popular puppet play for grown-ups, “Avenue Q” outdoors through June 7. See Princeton, Gary Coleman, Christmas Eve, and friends try and find their way on their own kind of Sesame Street. Playing at Piedmont Park, this production will be a slightly toned-down, PG-13 version, but no less entertaining. »
Paddington is an instant family classic, and will likely defy the expectations of those expecting another live-action CGI hybrid such as Scooby Doo, The Smurfs or Yogi Bear. Director Paul King is able to take the story of a young Peruvian bear known worldwide, and turn it into a unique and charming experience unlike anything seen before. It truly is a special little film, and it will surely continue to find an audience well after it leaves theaters. Its the type of movie that is impossible to hate on any level.
The movie follows Paddington as he travels to London in search of a home. Finding himself lost and alone at Paddington Station, he begins to realize that city life is not all he had imagined, until he meets the kindly Brown family, who read the label around his neck ('Please look after this bear. Thank you.') and offer him a temporary haven. »
4 items from 2015
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