The Complete World of Sports (abridged) -- A Send-Up of Sports by Reduced Shakespeare Company
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The last date listed for The Complete World of Sports (abridged) was Wednesday March 23, 2011 / 7:30pm.
Currently at The Hanover Theatre:
- Full Price:
- $39.50 - $59.50
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One of the most acclaimed singer-songwriters of her generation, 13-time Grammy winner Emmylou Harris has been serenading audiences since she first shook up country radio in the '70s. Harris has graced music fans with her evocative songwriting and beautifully expressive voice over the course of more than 25 studio albums, which have sold more than 15 million copies combined. Versatile and multi-talented, she has found success as an alt-rock, folk and country artist, teaming with performers like Linda Ronstadt, Dolly Parton, Mark Knopfler, Neil Young, Willie Nelson and many more. Forty years into her career, Harris continues to share the hard-earned wisdom that comes with getting older, though she's never stopped looking ahead. Opening is Denver folk-pop artist Nathaniel Rateliff, who will perform a solo acoustic set. Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
(This show) “. . . owes as much to the insanity of Monty Python as to the inanity of actual sports programs.” —Boston Globe
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“The merry pranksters of the Reduced Shakespeare Company” (Boston Globe) cover every single sport ever played on every continent in the entire history of the world in under two hours.
If you’re a sports fan, you’ll like this show. If you’re not a sports fan, you’ll love this show!
The lunacy of sports collides with lunatic wit in The Complete World of Sports (abridged). From the earliest cavemen playing “Neanderthal in the Middle” to your own kid’s soccer practice, the entire history of athletic competition is celebrated in a tour de farce of physical theater. In the words of one critic, “It’s a triumph of speed, endurance, comic timing, high-scoring wordplay, a sharply satiric game plan and an all-out embrace of sports as fun.”