Punch-Drunk Love

Aimee Mann knocks out another pop jewel

Inside the narrative turns and twists, the boxing-like dance of characters who need each other — but need freedom even more — Arm reveals the same obsessions that have dominated Mann's post-Magnolia work: the painful risks of personal and artistic choices, and the inevitability of loving while not even remotely knowing how to love.

Aimee Mann: Her voice continues to carry.
Aimee Mann: Her voice continues to carry.


Show starts at 8 p.m. Tickets are $25; call 314 -726-6161 for more information
The Pageant, (6161 Delmar Boulevard)

"Like most writers," she explains, "I have underlying themes that crop up over and over again. That's definitely a feeling I've gotten from a lot of people. It's difficult for them to know their own feelings, and they spend a lot of time running away from it, because it can be too hard to feel it." Aimee Mann at the Pageant, 6161 Delmar Boulevard. Show starts at 8 p.m. Tuesday, January 31. Tickets are $25; call 314-726-6161 for more information.

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