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As the region’s major theaters rebound from the dark nights of the pandemic, it’s nothing short of miraculous that its fringe scene — under-recognized and under-funded at the best of times — has found a way to keep the curtains rising. Operating on a wing and a prayer, these tiny theater troupes may be labors of semi-volunteer love, but they are, without doubt, the crazy, tinkling bells that keep a city’s culture alive, vibrant and just a whole lot more fun to explore.

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Watch The Sisters Of Mercy kick off their first US tour in 15 years
The Sisters Of Mercy kicked off their first UK tour in 15 years this week (May 10).The band played to a sold-out audience at The Fillmore Silver Springs in Washington D.C., and delivered a 23-song set that included 10 previously unreleased tracks.The band opened with new song ‘Don’t Drive On Ice’ before playing some of their classics like ‘Lucretia My Reflection’, ‘Temple Of Love’, ‘More’ and ‘Dominion’.Check out some videos of the performance here, along with the show’s set list:The Sisters of Mercy Washington Setlist:‘Don’t Drive On Ice’ ‘Ribbons’‘Crash And Burn’‘Alice’‘I Will Call You’‘First And Last And Always’‘But Genevieve’‘Dominion’‘Giving Ground’‘Marian’‘More’‘Show Me’‘Doctor Jeep/Detonation Boulevard’‘Eyes Of Caligula’‘Something Fast’‘I Was Wrong’‘Here’‘Instrumental 86’‘On The Beach’‘When I’m On Fire’Encore:‘Lucretia My Reflection’‘Temple Of Love’‘This Corrosion’The 19 date tour continued this weekend with an appearance at Sick World Festival in Las Vegas. The band will then head to the West and East Coasts before finishing up in Denver, Colorado on June 9.The band will also perform in the UK this winter.