And That's Why We Drink Podcast
Aug 28, 2020
Oct 25, 2020
Por Que Los Hombres Aman a Las Cabronas
Nov 6, 2020
Small Town Murder
Dec 4, 2020
WellRed Comedy Tour
Dec 5, 2020
August 28, 2020
Brought together by their mutual love of true crime stories, paranormal mysteries and boxed wine, LA twenty-somethings Christine Scheifer and Em Schulz launched their hilarious 'And That's Why We Drink Podcast' in early 2017. Over the course of just two short years, they have amassed a fervent fan base consisting of tens of thousands of Facebook and Instagram followers. Experience their sparky black comedy live and in the flesh during their live podcast tour.
October 25, 2020
Once a tiara-toting pageant queen who won 1963's Miss North Carolina and, unsurprisingly, Miss Congeniality in the Miss America competition, Jeanne Robertson reinvented herself as a humorist and professional orator. Drawing on her own life experiences, Robertson keeps audiences in stitches with tales ranging from her beauty days to the trials of getting older.
November 6, 2020
Based on the book by best-selling author Sherry Argov, Spanish-language stage play Por que los hombres aman a las Cabrona (Why Men Love B**ches), offers up a unique and hilarious perspective on the relationship dynamics between men and women. It sars Mexican actor and model Gabriel Soto, multi-talented entertainer Aracely Arambula and telenovela star Anastasia Acosta.
December 4, 2020
In the style of My Favorite Murder, The Last Podcast On The Left and All Killa No Filla, popular true-crime comedy podcast Small Town Murder takes a fine-toothed-comb to the skeletons in pastoral, rural communities' closets with often hilarious results. Don't miss comedians James Pietragallo and Jimmie Whisman as they bring their combination of black comedy and fascinating cases of murder om the road!
December 5, 2020
So you think that Deep Southerners are backward, racist sexist and gun-happy hillbillies longing for the Confederacy, would you? Well, you'd be severely mistaken if this talented trio are anything to go by. Setting out to dispel the often unfair myths and stereotypes that people have of the Southern states, their unique brand of comedy have won accolades and new audiences from all over!
710 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55403
One of the many theaters around the country founded by impressario Alexander Pantages', this magnificent building began life as vaudeville theater, and has since gone through various restorations to maintain its gilt-edged splendor. The Pantages' most striking feature is the stained glass globe in its ceiling.
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