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Imminent, Indeed Imminent, Indeed (or "Polly Peachum's Peculiar Penchant for Plosives") is a gothic adaptation of John Gay’s "The Beggar’s Opera". Written and directed by Bryn Manion with the assistance of Wendy Remington, and leading man, Sam. Produced by the Creatives and the founding board members of the company of Aisling Arts. This adaptation focuses on Polly Peachum's side of the story and her world as it trips alongside that of Jenny Diver, a new Peachum brother, several comically nefarious underlings, and of course, the ever villainous Henry Macheath (known as "Mack the Knife" in the Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill adaptation, "The Threepenny Opera").
Sugoi Indeed Sugoi Indeed is the eight studio album from Japanese garage metal trio Electric Eel Shock, released 2009.
Undead Indeed The last two tracks were recorded at a separate performance on January 6, 2008.
Imminent, Indeed It was performed by: Christiane Amorosia (Polly), Mike Amato (Mr. Peachum), Berto Colon (Desmond Ditchdigger), Kate Geller (Doll), Karen Grenke (Doll), Heather Helton (Doll), Natalie Pero (Doll), Liza Pross (Doll), Heather Rogers (Snitch), Maria Rusolo (Lucy), Kevin Schwab (Macheath), Sarah Stephens (Jenny), Christopher T. VanDijk (Matthias), and Catherine Wronowski (Snatch).
Undead Indeed Undead Indeed is the first live DVD/2CD by Finnish heavy metal band Tarot. It was recorded in Rupla club, Kuopio, Finland on August 17, 2007. The DVD released on June 11, 2008.
Indeed Brewing Company Indeed Brewing Company is a microbrewery located in the Logan Park neighborhood of Northeast Minneapolis. It was founded in 2011 by friends Thomas Whisenand, Rachel Anderson, and Nathan Berndt. The three brought in Josh Bischoff, formerly a brewer at Town Hall Brewery in Minneapolis, as their head brewer.
The Smiths Indeed The Smiths Indeed name is taken from the run-out grooves etching on the vinyl of the 1984 Smiths single, "Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now". A Smiths fanzine called "Smiths Indeed" also existed between 1986 and 1989.
Indeed Brewing Company In July 2013, a $250,000 expansion was announced with the aim of doubling the brewery's capacity to 6,400bbl per year. In August 2013, Indeed reported it was on track to brew over 6,000bbl by the end of 2013 and that its beers were now available in over 300 bars, restaurants and liquor stores throughout the Twin Cities metro area. The brewery further expanded its distribution to outstate Minnesota in 2014.
Dinah, Yes Indeed! Dinah, Yes Indeed! is a 1958 studio album by Dinah Shore, arranged by Nelson Riddle.
Indeed Brewing Company The brewery won a silver medal for their Mexican Honey Imperial Lager at the 2014 Great American Beer Festival. In late 2014 they also revealed the first of a series of wood-aged sour beers they had developed at a separate facility near their brewery.