DUE TO THE POPULARITY OF THIS EVENT WE CANNOT HOLD/GUARANTEE YOUR SEAT IF YOU ARRIVE LATE. AT 8:01PM ALL UNCLAIMED SEATS WILL BE RELEASED TO THE PEOPLE ON THE WAITNG LIST. PLEASE BE ON TIME. IF YOUR SEAT IS RELEASED, YOU MAY RECEIVE A CASH REFUND FOR YOUR TICKET PRICE AT THE DOOR, OR YOU MAY OPT TO STAND. THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING!|
Dance, music, comedy, sketch, storytelling, clowning, burlesque, juggling, even feats of amazement! Hosted by storyteller Elizabeth Lord, come see this hilarious romp of live entertainment, and incredible local talent. Proceeds benefit performers and BigShowCity, a non-profit Performing Arts Organization whose mission is to help burgeoning artists realize their ambitions by providing financial and emotional support. Last year's show sold out each night!
Come early and have dinner! Enjoy some awesome beer or mead from Wild Man Brewing!
The traditional Vaudeville show is usually a series of live unrelated acts, which might include singers, dancers, animal performers, acrobats, and jugglers, which followed one another in rapid succession. And so is this one! At its height in the early twenties, Vaudeville was seen by 1,600,000 men, women, and children daily, and there were more than 12,000 performers available to the Vaudeville circuits.
Vaudeville, once as popular as television is today, eventually faded into the past with the onset of radio and sound motion pictures in the 1930s. Early radio, movie, and television stars such as Ed Wynn, Milton Berle, Jimmy Durante, and Burns & Allen began their career in Vaudeville. But variety entertainment lives on with modern television shows, late night shows, and competition shows such as "America's Got Talent."
Wild Man Brewing Gastropub (View)
414 4th Ave E
Olympia, WA 98501
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|