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The Michigan Daily I michigandaily.com I Thursday, November 6, 2008
The Daily Arts
guide to the best
upcoming events
-it's everywhere
you should be this
weekend and why.
7 Looking to hone your fig-
ure-drawin g hand? Arts
on the Hill has you cov-
ered. Their twice-weekly
Figure Drawing work-
9 shop runs again tonight
at the Alice c. Lloyd Hall
Art Studio at 7 p.m. Live
models will be present
in the studio, and limited
supplies will be on hand.
4 Beginners welcome.
SAnn Arbor's finest young
players come together this
tion of everybody's favorite
flamboyant biblical fable,
"Joseph and the Amazing
Technicolor Dreamcoat."
MAX COLrNS/Daiy The Young People's The-
Clockwise from top left: Justin Kueser, Rob Lin, Molly Roth and ater will perform at Men-
Sophie Reich make up the foursome of wcBN's "Shagnet." The delssohn Theatre tonight
weektyiradio program delves into issues surrounding seo and r-
ttonships white addingtheirsown comedic twist. at 7 p.m. Additional perfor-
r Bmancestomorrowat7 p.m.
and Saturday at 2 p.m. $15.
lie ne ~ O TG
Bollywood, Gypsy and
-II >fla Banghra are iust a few of

the genres of dance on
display in "SANDHI - the
Essence of Harmony." The
show explores the diverse
MY M Y MC UR i cultures of India, and each
A Y A T Wnumber describes a dif-
ferent tradition. The per-
formance runs tomorrow
at 7 p.m. in Hill Audito-
rium. Tickets from $12.
rom bondage on a budget net" do have contrasting view- hand gestures, the personali- serious "hmms" from the other "I own a pistol," Kueser said,
to Halloween costume rec- points on sex and love. In every ties of "Shagnet" seem to stress three. For the Halloween special, straight-faced. "It's much small-
ommendaionsfornudists, show, they introduce themselves comedic responses when answer- Roth detailed a sensual encoun- er than my friends' pistols, and I
no topic is off-limits for "Shag- by name and sexual orientation. ing questions. ter in a haunted house involv- don't want to have to buy a whole
net," student-run radio station Reich is a "homosexual female" "Most sex shows are interest- ing a ghoul and a scary clown, new gun, so I've decided to go to
WCBN's new sex and love talk and Linn a "heterosexual male." ing to listen to, but they're also a a "spooky mnage i trois." Linn the shooting range to help ampli-
show. Combining advice, anec- Molly Roth, little boring. So it's nice to have described a love affair with fy what I have."
dotes and a hefty dose of biting RC junior and a sense of humor involved," Kue- Satan, Reich was walked in on in "Shagnet" proves that dirty
wit, "Shagnet" is an informative "heterosextal $hagnet ser said. flagrante by someone in a banana wordplay and good advice are not
and extremely entertaining way female," and With voices cloake d in irony, costume and Rueser talked about necessarily mutually exclusive. I N CON CE RT
to while awaycthe time between 6 Justin Kueser, WCBN,88.3FM the hosts playfully respond to his steamy rendezvous with a Since the angry evangelicals
a x e n a g f l aand 7 p.m. every Wednesday. RC senior and s m questions. For example, a plea for sexy fireman. on the Diag seem to think Ann Russian piano virtuoso
Four friends hatched the idea "homosexual ideas for a sexy-but-still-respect- "Did he have a nice hose?" Arbor is the next Sodom, maybe Yefim Bronfman joins
for the show on a lazy summer male," complete Phoneoand -mail able Halloween costume spurred Roth asked. Michigan's campus is the perfect esteemed American pia-
night. the group. quest3 63500 atongue-in-cheek brainstorming "He had a pretty nice hose," place for this kind of show. The nist Emanuel Ax for a
"We were just sitting around The format and shafnetfm@ session. Suggestions ranged from Kueser responded, in his charac- sex-positive attitude thatinfuses
and said that we all had terrible of "Shagnet" is umich.edu. "sexy librarian" to "sexy lady teristic deadpan. "It was pretty college campuses makes outlets night of beautiful song
love lives and it'd be funny if we similar to that Jesus." And while they claimed high-pressure;litwas ahigh-pres- for sexual inquiries imperative. Saturday at Hill Audito-
had a love advice talk show," RC of sex advice a sexy brain surgeon is all right, sure situation, all in all." Although the four friends don't rium. Both musicians are
junior Sophie Reich said. shows like "Talk Sex with Sue a sexy nurse is not. And "no one These are skillful artists of necessarily boast many official renowned for their ver-
RC senior Rob Linn added, Johanson," where people e-mail thinks a businesswoman is sexy," innuendo. Take, for instance, qualifications to be sex experts,
"We thought it'd be interesting and call in with love- and sex- Roth joked. a question about gun size ver- they each offer a distinctive per- satility, technical prow-
to havea sex show with four con- related inquiries. But unlike The quick-witted hosts also sus the size of male anatomy. It spective on sexuality. Whether ess and ability to truly
trasting (sexual) orientations." Johanson, the grandmotherly spin outrageous yarns of their might spark discussion rife with gay or straight, male or female, unite audiences with their
The architects behind "Shag- host with wildly inappropriate own sexual exploits, with mock- key words like "squirt guns." See SEXY RADIO, Page 4B music. The pianists begin
at 8 p.m. Tickets from $10.



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