12.1.00 Here's the setlist from tonight's show at the Westport Playhouse in St. Louis, MO. I'll write up a review of the show tomorrow. took stage at 11:05pm -Finding Me -All of You -Candyman -Grey Sky Morning -Shackled -Send It Up -Wash Away > Favorite Things -We Are -Everything You Want > classic rock tease (can't for the life of me remember what it is) > Top Gun Anthem tease > -You're A God set ended at 12:05 note: the setlist I grabbed from the stage has EYW before We Are. Not sure if they switched `em; or if because I lost my pen halfway through the show that I remember them out of order. Can anyone verify this? It's time for bed, Manuch ertical Horizon headlined the 2000 WVRV (101.1 The River) River of Toys concert; a benefit for the Marine Corps Reserve's Toys for Tots campaign. The three opening acts were the Javier Mendoza Band, Nina Gordon, and The Corrs. I was relatively surprised at how smoothly the entire show ran. I believe the doors opened at 7:00pm; and the first act began promptly at 7:30. Both Javier Mendoza and Nina Gordon played 30 minute sets while The Corrs played for 45 minutes and VH for a full hour. A 30-35 minute minute intermission separated the four acts. The venue was like nothing I'd seen before. For starters, it sat less than 1200 people in four sections that completely surrounded the stage. And the stage itself, maybe 20 foot in diameter, rotated a full 360 degrees throughout the entire show. With the seat furthest from the stage only 30-40 feet away and a rotating stage, there was literally not a bad seat in the house. Sadly, Matt mentioned that this was supposedly the last concert for the Westport Playhouse.