Justin du Coeur (jducoeur) wrote,
Justin du Coeur

Humming ELP's "You've got to see the show"

Dashing out the door momentarily, but while I think of it, the one time-critical post that's stacked up: y'all really should go see Out For Blood while it's still running. That's the latest show from the Boston Babydolls -- we saw it last Friday, and it's a hoot. Lots of good performances, including a great deal of fine work from Miss Mina and Betty Blaze (who have a duet that had me in stitches). The non-cheesecake act the night we saw it was Jimmy Flex, the contortionist, and -- well, the best way to describe it is to echo oakleaf_mirror's comment that I'll never look at a squash racket the same way again.

Personally, I think it's the best Babydolls show to date, and it's only running through Halloween, so take an evening and go check it out. (Preferably, take a bunch of people to hoot and holler together...)
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