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by Stephen Becker 5 Feb 2010

St. Vincent – “Laughing With A Mouth Of Blood” st. vincent | MySpace Music Videos FUN AND YUCKS: St. Vincent has released the above video for the song “Laughing With a Mouth of Blood.” In the video, Annie Clark shows up to play a gig at a women’s book store run by a Fred Armisen […]

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St. Vincent – “Laughing With A Mouth Of Blood”

st. vincent | MySpace Music Videos
FUN AND YUCKS: St. Vincent has released the above video for the song “Laughing With a Mouth of Blood.” In the video, Annie Clark shows up to play a gig at a women’s book store run by a Fred Armisen in drag. When she gets there, she find out that the crowd will be smaller that expected. All the video needs is a walk on by Andy Samburg and it could’ve been an SNL Digital Short.

THEATER REVIEWS: Perry Stewart of theaterjones.com says thumbs up to Richardson Theatre Center‘s Driving Miss Daisy, writing that the show is “aging gracefully.” … Meanwhile, Elaine Liner, writing for the Observer, says the community theater element of both RTC’s Driving Miss Daisy and Onstage in Bedford’s Brighton Beach Memoirs adds a certain charm. …  Now that Doubt has turned John Patrick Shanley into a major American playwright, companies are starting to take a look back at his earlier work. That’s the case for Irving’s Broken Gears Project Theatre, which is staging Shanley’s Danny and the Deep Blue Sea. In his dallasnews.com review, Lawson Taitte writes, “You won’t find it done better than at Broken Gears.”

TAYLOR AND TWITA: This Week in the Arts talks to Taylor Mac, who brings his one-man show, The Be(a)st Of Taylor Mac, to the Undermain this week. Click here to listen to Jerome’s KERA radio story on Mac, which airs today. This Week also checks in with frequent Art&Seek guest blogger Bart Weiss.

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