Party of 13: One Savior, Twelve Apostles and a Waitress
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Travel back in time and experience an amazing night of obscure, naughty and lovely tunes from the 1920s and '30s. Stylish flapper Janet Klein is a true ukelele lady, and along with her band members, The Parlor Boys, will treat you to spirited and inspired renditions of Tin Pan Alley, early hot jazz, vaudeville, Yiddish novelty numbers, ragtime and other lovable, rare and rustic tunes. Film historian Jerry Beck opens the show with rare vintage 16mm film clips. Janet Klein and her Parlor Boys' latest CD release -- their seventh -- is titled Whoopee Hey Hey! Tunes to Cheer in Tumultuous Times, and reflects current-day concerns with rare and upbeat songs from the Depression era. Learn More
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As featured on KABC’s Channel 7 Entertainment Segment with George Pennachio.
Recommended! —LA Weekly
“Party of 13” is a secular retelling of the Last Supper using modern language and clothing — only this isn’t the story you heard about in Sunday school. Some of these apostles are women, some of them have foul mouths, and none of them think Jesus is the Son of God. In fact, even Jesus doesn’t think he’s the Son of God.
This group considers themselves social revolutionaries, not religious missionaries. They seek to change the inequities in first century society through non-violent means, though Judas and others have different ideas about how to do that.