Saw The D at the American Theatre last night. AWESOME! JB and KG played most all their big 'hits', they had totally insane little 'skits' all through the show, they were rude, crude, and socially unacceptable, and I wish the show had lasted longer. JB may not be the prettiest man in the world, but he DOES have sex appeal. The audience probably ranged from 16-55, with a surprisingly large number of kiddies there. When they played their "Land of the Lost" parody and a couple other things, it was SO painfully obvious that the kiddies were there b/c Tenacious D curse and get incredibly raunchy, and not b/c they 'get' a lot of the stuff. But that just provided another source of entertainment for us old fogeys. It was my first time to see a show at the American Theatre. It's a pretty nice venue. Of course, the seats are ENTIRELY too small. The building's a bit run down, but it's that fancy schmancy style like the Fox Theatre, which is fun. It's small and tall, and much cooler than some places where the bad seats are so VERY bad. Here, the bad seats still allow you to see some facial expression, etc. so I call that pretty nice. It being in downtown St.L. didn't seem to be a problem. We didn't have any problem finding it, but I'm not exactly inexperienced with StL geography. Since it was Sunday night we were able to find parking on the street and save a few $, but I wonder if it would be the same on a weeknight.