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Mrs. Smith Live!

Mrs. Smith Live!

September 13 - October 13, 2013

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The Cabaret Theater at Camp Bar
490 N Robert St. Saint Paul, MN

Tickets

General Admission: $24.50
Reserved Table Seating: $29.50
*Students and Seniors (65+): Save $7 on tickets.

BrownPaperTickets.com or 1-800-838-3006
For group rates and info, call 651-290-2290.

Mrs. Smith is back with a jazzy, snazzy evening of story and song about the heart-stopping highs and perilous lows of fame, fortune and cat ownership! From the comic imagination of actor David Hanbury, the inimitable antics of Mrs. Smith and her beloved cat Carlyle are on full display in her latest one-woman musical-comedy at Camp Cabaret.

The cat lady’s got her claws out when it comes to describing her experience on America’s Got Talent during this story- and song-filled evening of entertainment, while she and her Broadway Boys belt out some of Broadway’s biggest hits, including “Cabaret,” “There’s No Business Like Show Business,” “The Cat That Got Away” and “The Ladies Who Lunch.” And the grand dame has also been known to shred a few electric guitar solos as well.

“While Mrs. Smith might look like a frumpy old church lady, she’s anything but. She sings (Nirvana tunes), she dances (well, sort of) and she plays electric guitar (seriously). ” —Star Tribune

Storyteller, dancer, electric guitar wizard, there’s not much Mrs. Smith can’t do!” —TC DailyPlanet

“Mrs. Smith takes it to a level that is genuinely breathtaking!” —MINNPOST

A show-stopping performance with her infamous Broadway Boys!” —WCCO