Asheville Vaudeville presents a Winter Holiday Extravaganza, Dec. 17


Press release from Asheville Vaudeville:

Asheville Vaudeville is excited to invite you to our Winter Holiday Extravaganza!

Onkel Woland will be the host for this holiday extravaganza! He and the Black Forest Menagerie will guide you through the perilous paths of winter, introducing you to some of the little known folkloric characters of this otherwise joyous season – it isn’t all sugarplum fairies, my friends. Beware the trolls, the witches, and of course, Krampus himself!

Join us for a show full of dance, puppetry, comedy, and burlesque. We are pleased to welcome back the antics of Rigel 7, shimmies and shivers from Claire Dima & Found World Bellydance, a performance in puppets by Toybox Theatre, burlesque by MolliTov Tumult, cabaret by Queen April, pole dance by Ella Minnope, and puppetry by Jim Julien. There are two new faces gracing the Vaudeville stage – we welcome delightful bellydance by Sera Sahara and a burlesque performance by Serenity Calypso!

Since 2009, Asheville Vaudeville has been proud to feature the wildly diverse skills, talents, and unique art of our local performers. You’ll never see the same act at Asheville Vaudeville twice!

As usual, this show is intended for grownup children, 18+

Tickets are available at the door. 7:30pm – 15$, 10:00pm – 12$

WHO: Asheville Vaudeville
WHAT: A night of vaudeville performance, including burlesque, puppetry, comedy, and dance. Two Shows in one fabulous night!
WHEN: Saturday, December 17, 2016 at 7:30pm and 10:00pm
WHERE: Toy Boat Community Artspace, 101 Fairview Road, Asheville (in Biltmore Village)
PRICE: $15.00 for 7:30 pm show, $12.00 for 10:00pm show. Tickets at door.

Featuring Performances By:
Onkel Woland and the Black Forest Menagerie
Keith Shubert
Queen April
Ella Minope
Jim Julien
MolliTov Tumult
Sera Sahara
Claire Dima and Found World Bellydance
Rigel 7
Serenity Calypso

About Alli Marshall
Alli Marshall is the arts section editor at Mountain Xpress. She's lived in Asheville for more than 20 years and loves live music, visual art, fiction and friendly dogs. Alli is the winner of the 2016 Thomas Wolfe Fiction Prize and the author of the novel "How to Talk to Rockstars," published by Logosophia Books. Follow me @alli_marshall

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