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It incorporates characters you’ll recognize from the Western genre, like saloon girls and the singing cowboy, but they’re woven into a simple narrative that connects each act and creates a different kind of energy from the variety-show shenanigans of ‘Absinthe.’

Spiegelworld’s Atomic Saloon swings its doors open at Palazzo

September 5th, 2019

It incorporates characters you’ll recognize from the Western genre, like saloon girls and the singing cowboy, but they’re woven into a simple narrative that connects each act and creates a different kind of energy from the variety-show shenanigans of ‘Absinthe.’

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