STARRING JINKX MONSOON & MAJOR SCALES
MIDNIGHT SHOW! TWO NIGHTS ONLY!
Lobby opens at 10:30pm
★★★★ “The laughs are jam-packed and the musicianship is flawless… It’s an expert blend of comedy, song and theatre and I’m going to do my best to see it a second time.” — Time Out Melbourne
“Triumph!…Saw “The Vaudevillians” last night and I’m still laughing!” — RuPaul
“Straight or gay, everyone leaves this show with sides aching from laughter.” — The New York Times
Dr. Dan and Kitty Witless were put on ice in the Twenties, and had their entire music catalogue purloined by today’s pop artists. Now the hottest act ever frozen alive is back again, with more swinging hits from their stolen songbook! There’s only one problem: Kitty’s “in a family way” and no one’s quite sure where the kid came from. Can The Vaudevillians still put on a show while bringing up baby?
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- The Vaudevillians: Bringing Up Baby is not a version of the Teatro ZinZanni evening show. Food and beverages are not included in the price, but menu offerings will be available to purchase a la cart.
- Center Ring – $30
- Floor – $25
- Booth – $20
Major Scales is the evil twin of Richard Andriessen, a musician, writer and performer based in Seattle. He has written everything from award-winning New York shows on the east coast to music for amateur adult films on the west.
Jinkx Monsoon is the alter ego of Jerick Hoffer, who graduated with a degree in theatrical performance from Cornish College in Seattle. With ten years experience on stage, Hoffer is a seasoned Portland-born entertainer who has captured the attention of his native northwest region. As early as 2006, Hoffer appeared as the lead dancer in the world’s largest drag queen chorus line, which made the Guinness Book of World Records. By 2012, he had advanced to roles in Seattle theaters, playing Moritz in “Spring Awakening” (produced by Balagan Theatre), Angel in “Rent” (produced by The 5th Avenue Theatre), and Hedwig in “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” (produced by Balagan Theatre and Seattle Theatre Group). In 2014 he was nominated for the Helpmann Award (alongside the likes of Cate Blanchett, Ivo Van Hove, Denis O’Hare and Baz Luhrmann), the Australian equivalent of a Tony, for his performance in The Vaudevillians.