Age Just a Number for Comic Lynn Ruth Miller in Eat Your Heart Out, Joan Rivers
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The last date listed for Eat Your Heart Out, Joan Rivers was Thursday December 13, 2012 / 8:30pm.
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Popular Bay Area pianist Ricardo Scales pays tribute to famous composers and artists, with help from violinists Byrne and Harriet Newhart. Scales has not only performed for five different U.S. presidents, but he's also shared the stage with many of music's greatest talents, including fellow piano men Billy Joel and Harry Connick Jr., singers Liza Minnelli, Nancy Wilson and Joe Cocker, and hit groups the Commodores, Spyro Gyra and many more. This dynamic performer is known for his genre-busting skills, with an impressive command of styles that range from jazz, gospel, funk and R&B to classical. The Newharts head up the Starlite Strings, a 13-piece strolling violin orchestra that's long been a staple at special events. They'll join Scales in saluting your favorite stars. Learn More
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Unfortunately, Lynn Ruth Miller crushed her heel earlier in the day and was not available. The show went on without her; what we did see (can can dancers, burlesque, comic) were okay but not fab. Stage seemed too small for can can dancers. Food and wine were good and other people at the table were nice. Just wasn't the night of laughter I had hoped. Would have been nice if the manager had refunded the event ticket, gave a meal discount, or offered a future event ticket since the headliner, Lynn Ruth Miller, was not able to be there.
About the Ticket Supplier: Lynn Ruth Miller
Lynn Ruth Miller is a renaissance woman who wears many hats. She entertains audiences of all ages with comedy and song. She is living proof that the older you are, the more fun you have.
Lynn Ruth has taught workshops throughout the country and abroad. Her writing has been published in more than 100 outlets nationwide and she has read passages from her books all over the US and abroad. Sprinkling humor with a touch of nostalgia, her works focus on topics that touch us all: the changing role of women, all-too-common eating disorders, growing old and the general idiosyncrasies of today's society. Her work can be viewed on her website www.lynnruthmiller.com.