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.
Currently at Falls Theatre at ACT:
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Generally regarded as one of the greatest plays of the 20th century, Waiting for Godot is a story that lends itself to endless exploration. Its depths are so great that every production has the capability of finding in it new meaning. It tells the story of Vladimir and Estragon, two vagabonds who find themselves endlessly awaiting someone named Godot, whose absence lends itself to numerous interpretations. The two bicker, wheedle, tease, ponder and wonder beneath a lonely tree at the junction of a dirt road, holding fast to anything that will give them cause to live until the next day. Full of clever wordplay and surprising humor, scholars and theatergoers alike have been debating the meaning and magic of Waiting for Godot for decades. 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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