Mark Siano Presents Modern Luv: Music, Comedy and Dance Cabaret
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The last date listed for Mark Siano's Modern Luv was Friday March 16, 2012 / 10:30pm (Doors at 10:00pm).
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Texas rocker Vaden "Danger" Todd Lewis plays stripped-down acoustic versions of his hits as the lead singer of the Toadies and the Burden Brothers. Best known for their successful single "Possum Kingdom," The Toadies broke through in the '90s, broke up in the early '00s, and got back together in the late '00s. Their latest is 2012's Play.Rock.Music. Lewis also led the Dallas-based Burden Brothers, which had a Top 25 tune with "Beautiful Night." Portland native Kate Lynne Logan released her first full-length album, Awakening, in 2012, and has brought her pop-Americana-folk sound to stages across the Northwest. Learn More
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- "Siano is, in short, a very funny guy who, with a little help from his friends, has been reducing Seattle to giggles since the mid-1990s." --Seattle Times
Catch the local superstars in this ascending and exciting new musical before they head off to New York City! Modern Luv, the smash hit sell out musical from 2011, has been revamped and will have a final Seattle engagement at Seattle's opulent Triple Door. The show is a hilarious parody of life and love in the digital age, where texting, emailing, facebooking, and "liking" have replaced true romance. Mark Siano, Seattle's god of soft rock (who will bring back the classic sparkletard), strikes up a long distance internet relationship with New York's goddess of hard rock, Opal Peachey. Sparks fly and gigabytes die when they realize that no one truly is who they are online.
Starring: Mark Siano and Opal Peachey
Special Guests: David Swidler, Hillary Mencke, Kimberly Durham
Original Music: Mark Siano
Musical Director: John Kranz
Written by: Mark Siano, Jeanne Lee and Opal Peachey - with contributions from the cast
Producer: Mark Siano and Donna Stewart