By Dave McIntosh
Come to the Auditorio at 4pm on November 16th, or at 7:30 pm on 17th & 18th to see a fun program, full of laughs and music and a good time. ALL proceeds will benefit the Auditorio Renovation.
Re-live the sculpting of the Venus De Milo, share the Pope’s concerns about the painting of “The Last Supper,” and revel in the singing of Al Jolson’s 1911 comedy song “The Spaniard That Blighted My Life.” There is much more…but we don’t want to spoil the surprises!
Our motley crew of talented actors and singers have devised a unique cabaret of funny material in skit and in song, with Dave McIntosh, Patteye Simpson, Jayme Littlejohn, Russell Mack, Alexis Hoff, Roger Larson, Don Chaloner, Lalo Munoz, Lee Hitchcock, Rafael Buccio, and Eleanor Stromberg.
Just think what you might be missing, if you don’t join us for the laughs! Tickets are 150 – 200 pesos, available at Diane Pearl Collections, LCS from 10-12, Charter Club Tours, and the Auditorio office.
By Mikel Miller
If you ever get an invitation to a quinceañera in Mexico, don’t miss it. It's the special Spanish
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