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Dead Martin strikes again

Dead Martin strikes again

Audience and staff, alike, were both disgusted and enthralled by the appearance of Joyland Louie (a Louie, not the Louie) at last Friday night's production of The Dead Martin Variety Hour at Roxy's Downtown. Said one anonymous participant, "It immediately took me back to a place of childhood terror that I'd repressed for decades. I wanted to vomit right on the stage."

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Jessica Kay is changing comedy in Wichita

Jessica Kay is changing comedy in Wichita

Within 10 minutes of her first solo Kirby's "Jesscapades" comedy show last month, Jessica Kay showed me (and 50 plus other onlookers) her butt.

The intention was to show off her tattoo — part of a punch line — but the moment gave the applauding, laughter-filled audience much more than that. It established, right off the bat, how fearless Kay is on stage.

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Dead Martin comes to life

Dead Martin comes to life

The Dead Martin Variety Hour, brain child of F5's own Don Winsor, debuted without a hitch this past Final Friday at Roxy's Downtown, 412-1/2 E. Douglas, and for those of you who didn't drag your old bones out to the 10:30 show, you'll want to mark your calendars now for next month's performance on Friday, Feb. 27.

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Roth's art of misuse

Roth's art of misuse

Evan Roth show takes a whimsical look at serious modern issues.

The Ulrich Museum of Art at Wichita State University will open the Evan Roth//Intellectual Property Donor exhibition Jan. 24. This show occupies an irregular zone at the intersection of free culture and popular culture, where viral media meets art and graffiti connects with technology.

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