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... performance of “Out! The Whole Story”, a full length musical based on the true coming-out stories of various Chorus members ... act of a two-act program, “Out!” was expanded into a full-length musical, complete with choreography, and the full-length program was presented as part of the ... A compact disc of the full-length version was produced, and one song from “Out!”, entitled “I Have Something to Tell You,” was nominated for a Gay and Lesbian American Music Awards (GLAMA) Award ...
... After self-releasing their debut full-length These Things Happen in 2005, they have followed up with the critically acclaimed full-length Concentrated Living and supported the album with two North American tours ... "The Jazz Age" is the band's third full length album was critically acclaimed after its June 2010 release ... The group's forthcoming 6th full length 'Pretenders' is slated for an early spring 2013 release ...
... new songs on June 3, 2008 in Canada as a full-length LP under the name Howe Sounds/Taking Abalonia ... to drum up anticipation for the release of their second full length album Islands Disappear on October 13, 2009. 8, 2011, in preparation for their third full-length album, Little Mountain, released internationally on March 6, 2012 ...
... different than ‘Noise Floor,’ their Choke Records full-length of a year ago, when they had current Wig frontman (Clark S ... Monthly, July 1995).” Since then, the band has released three full length records, a remix record, an EP, and a handful of singles ... In 2001, the band released its final full-length cd "para siempre," recorded at comp-ny Ann Arbor by Morsel founder Be Hussey, and new bassist Joshua Pardon, with John Vorus contributing many of the ambient tracks ...
... that director Eytan Fox returned to similar subject matter in his full-length Yossi Jagger (2002) filmmaker Michael Burke expanded "Fishbelly White" into the full length film The Mudge Boy (2003) and Adam ...
Famous quotes containing the words length and/or full:
“What though the traveler tell us of the ruins of Egypt, are we so sick or idle that we must sacrifice our America and today to some mans ill-remembered and indolent story? Carnac and Luxor are but names, or if their skeletons remain, still more desert sand and at length a wave of the Mediterranean Sea are needed to wash away the filth that attaches to their grandeur. Carnac! Carnac! here is Carnac for me. I behold the columns of a larger
and purer temple.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Out, out, brief candle!
Lifes but a walking shadow, a poor player
That struts and frets his hour upon the stage
And then is heard no more. It is a tale
Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury,
—William Shakespeare (15641616)