80s and 90s Music and Dance Spectacular The Soft Rock Kid from ACT
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The last date listed for The Soft Rock Kid was Saturday February 27, 2010 / 10:30pm.
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For more than 20 years, comedians Lisa Koch and Peggy Platt have combined their considerable talents as the duo Dos Fallopia. For hardcore fans or the simply curious, there is no better showcase of their sketch comedy chops than their annual Christmas tradition, Ham For the Holidays. This year's outing -- dubbed Close Encounters of the Pork Rind -- includes such celebrated characters as mother-daughter country duo The Spudds, the tiny but proud Sequim Gay Men's Chorus, and the angst-ridden Slam Poet. If you love LGBT comedy, song parodies, cheap laughs and razor-sharp zingers, you might need an extra serving of Ham for the Holidays. Warning: Although no hams are harmed during the production of the show, young minds might still get warped. Best to leave the kids at home. Learn More
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- "[Mark] Siano and his six accomplices, the Freedom Dancers...have acquired a feverish cult following around town over the past two years with their cheesy dance routines, their even cheesier costume changes and Siano's mocking yet impassioned interpretations of AM radio hits of the 1980s and '90s. " --The Seattle Times
This music, comedy, and dance spectacular has become one of Seattle’s most popular and critically acclaimed cabaret shows. Now, Mark Siano and The Freedom Dancers land at ACT for their most spectacular show to date. The Soft Rock Kid parodies the kitch film classic The Karate Kid as Siano and his troupe take 80s Soft Rock music and turn it into one of the most ridiculously entertaining performances you’ll ever see.
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