In case you want to see more of where the madness came from, the Super Duper band web site is: www.superduperband.com.
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And finally, those looking to enjoy mind-blowing and flamboyant nightlife from the comfort and safety of a theater seat will want to check out Ken Roht's Same-O: A 99¢ Only Electric Ballad at the Bootleg Theatre, which returns after a holiday vacay and runs through Jan. 30. In its seventh year, the dramatic multimedia musical is known for its dazzling use of materials from everyone's favorite discount store for all its sets and costumes.
This year, Roht went a more earth-friendly route, substituting all the plastic seen in previous shows with paper products and recycled materials from Green Paper Alliance. With catchy electro-tinged numbers, crazed choreography and psychedelic backdrops and getups, it's escapist fun (Go with a buzz!) with a message that goes beyond the obvious sustainability focus. The loose storyline seems to be about nonconformity, self-expression and oppression, and it ends with an amazingly beautiful gay wedding. Those who live in the Bootleg's neighborhood (90057 Zip code) can even score tix for 99¢.
9039 Sunset Blvd.
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Region: West Hollywood
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