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One Night ONLY!
November 5th:
Door at 6:30, Show at 7pm
*Hosted by Rebecca Mmm Davis*

Join us at the Rendezvous in Belltown for the most Amazing Live Talkshow/Cabaret

Tickets now on sale!


**Jennifer Jasper, hilarious storyteller, performer, writer and director and star of PULP VIXENS

**KITTENS in a CAGE author/playwright/technicolor dreamboat Kelleen Conway Blanchard!

**'CRAFT the PLANET' with burlesque and Crafting Goddess WHISPER DE CORVO


Plus Fantastic Games, Fancy Raffles, and MUCH MUCH MORE!

$15 General Admission
$20 VIP reserved seating and fab **snacks/swag bags** OOh La La!
(VIP bags sponsored in part by the FANTASTIC UglyBaby :)
"Handmade local art for grownups!"
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Tickets now on sale!

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*THE effervescent, ever-present, Original Wife of George Michael, Rebecca M. Davis!!*

Ya gotta come see this - it’s been banned in seven countries for Undue Sassiness!



Last year, we produced the West-Coast premier of a full-length comedy, Girl You Know It's True at Theater Off Jackson, under the auspices of Shunpike.

With your help, this year, we aim to produce:

*The Stay Up Late Show, a live, variety talk- show

*A workshop of a brand-new play, by a local up-and-comer

*A production written and created by the wacky-smart women of Kooterville


And next year? We're going to Take This Juggernaut ON the ROAD to EDINBURGH! (More on that later in the year)

About The Stay Up Late Show

Hosted by the inimitable Rebecca Mmmmm Davis, Seattle's longest-running LIVE talk show features interviews and performances by the who’s who and what’s what of Seattle’s arts and culture: politicians, actors, rock stars, journalists, chefs, movie makers, dog trainers, stand up comics, and their ilk find their way to the Stay Up Late Show stage. Every show features a sparkling lineup of Seattle celebrities and luminaries for an unpredictable evening filled with big laughs.

Past guests include Sean Nelson, Kingfish's Kenyetta Carter, Waxie Moon, "Awesome", Director Lynn Shelton, David Schmader, Nancy Guppy, the Rat City Roller Girls, Choreographer Pat Graney, Peter Steinbrueck, and many more.