Dolly Wouldn't!: Campy, Wild Boofont Sisters' Dolly Parton Tribute
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Now celebrating its 50th anniversary as a treasured L.A. institution, El Cid keeps things exciting with its new Barcelona Brunch, featuring its famous flamenco show and a Spanish-style meal complete with your choice of entrees. There's also a full bar staffed by expert mixologists, offering bottomless Mimosas and the club's signature "Meal Marys" for purchase. Aside from specialties like breakfast paella, french toast, tortilla espanola omelets and more, you'll enjoy the graceful beauty of flamenco dance set to authentic live music at this historic indoor-outdoor Spanish villa-style complex. Please see the full event description for more on the menu. Learn More
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The Boofont Sisters star in a new multimedia extravaganza about fellow legendary songstress Dolly Parton! The Boofont Sisters have been entertaining audiences for over 10 years with their unique brand of comedy, re-working of classic songs, and Broadway caliber voices. “Dolly Wouldn’t” marks the first time pairing of The Dime Box Band, an all female country band, and The Boofont Sisters.
After spending many months in a treatment facility, Vicky decides that it’s time to pay tribute to her roots and one of her favorite vocalists of all- time, Dolly Parton. Although abandoned at a young age, Ruby decides her love of clogging must be linked to the smoky mountains in Tennessee. Similarly, Vicky’s tambourine prowess reveals that Dolly must be a distant relative. The Boofont Sisters out sing and out drink anyone from miles around on “9 to 5” and “I Will Always Love You”. “Dolly Wouldn’t” features the infamous duet, “Islands in the Stream” and a puppet show set to Vicky singing “Me and Little Andy”. The resemblance between The Boofont Sisters and Dolly are apparent in their big, blonde wigs, trashy costumes, and resonating voices. Although the Boofont bloodline does not, in fact, go back to Tennessee, The Boofont Sisters quest for family resolves in kinship between sisters.