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Wednesday, Dec 22 2010
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Are you confused, lonely, or just a poor planner? New Year's Eve is fraught with the distinct possibility of unexpected and awkward emotions/realities. It can be distressing! You must put yourself and your NYE in the capable hands of The Marga Gomez New Year’s Eve Spectacular. The headliner is absolutely, dependably, and in every instance funny and gay. One need never worry about her pooping out and being either unfunny or not that gay. Never never. Her many awards indicate this, her many long-running one-woman stage shows prove it, and her smile could only be the smile of a sweet lesbian goofball who knows she can make you laugh. Natasha Muse and Casey Ley open this last-ever collaboration between Gomez and the venerable Theatre Rhino.
Fri., Dec. 31, 7 & 9 p.m., 2010

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