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March 19, 2003 | Natalie Nichols, Special to The Times
Erasure created the expected synth-pop spectacle on Monday at the Mayan. The veteran dance duo's Victorian drawing-room set and period costumes underscored the drama of its pulsating disco numbers and heart-throbbing ballads, while not entirely masking their limitations. Although more popular in their native England, instrumentalist Vince Clarke and singer Andy Bell have been American cult heroes since their late-'80s hits "Chains of Love" and "A Little Respect."
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March 19, 2003 | Natalie Nichols, Special to The Times
Erasure created the expected synth-pop spectacle on Monday at the Mayan. The veteran dance duo's Victorian drawing-room set and period costumes underscored the drama of its pulsating disco numbers and heart-throbbing ballads, while not entirely masking their limitations. Although more popular in their native England, instrumentalist Vince Clarke and singer Andy Bell have been American cult heroes since their late-'80s hits "Chains of Love" and "A Little Respect."
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November 17, 1992 | RICHARD CROMELIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
"Phantasmagorical Entertainment," the elaborate, campy stage production the English duo Erasure brings to Los Angeles for 10 performances at the Wiltern Theatre starting tonight, has been described in reviews as "the most overtly gay show ever enjoyed by a crossover audience" and "a celebration of the gay lifestyle." Said another report, "Gayness has rarely been as loud or proud in the arena of commercial pop."
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November 17, 1992 | RICHARD CROMELIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
"Phantasmagorical Entertainment," the elaborate, campy stage production the English duo Erasure brings to Los Angeles for 10 performances at the Wiltern Theatre starting tonight, has been described in reviews as "the most overtly gay show ever enjoyed by a crossover audience" and "a celebration of the gay lifestyle." Said another report, "Gayness has rarely been as loud or proud in the arena of commercial pop."
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