Soul Singer Lizz Wright at the Triple Door
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The last date listed for Soul Singer Lizz Wright was Tuesday February 1, 2011 / 9:30pm (Doors Open at 9:00pm).
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Shrug off the squareness of reality and fall into an entertaining re-imagination of Lewis Carroll's classic tale of nonsense and fantasy with Through the Looking Glass: The Burlesque Alice in Wonderland. From the minds of Artistic Director Lily Verlaine and collaborator Jasper McCann -- producers of the wildly successful holiday burlesque extravaganza Land of the Sweets: The Burlesque Nutcracker and the wine-soaked Burlesco DiVino: Wine in Rome -- comes this scintillating story of Alice as she discovers what's beyond the velvet rope at Wonderland's most exclusive nightclub, The Looking Glass. This show features the superstars of Seattle's burlesque A-list, including Lily Verlaine, Miss Indigo Blue, Babette La Fave, Miss Inga Ingénue, Trojan Original, Paris Original and Jasper McCann. Learn More
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Lizz Wright never disappoints her fans. This is the first time I used Goldstar to purchase tickets. I was expecting to be seated in the back or less desirable seats. Instead we were seated very close to the stage. An amazing performance.
Quotes & Highlights
Hear Lizz Wright’s “My Heart” and “Trouble” on YouTube.
See the great Goldstar reviews for Lizz’s 2009 performance at the Luckman in Los Angeles.
“One of the most promising voices to emerge in the past decade goes back to church, in her fashion.Wright radiates spiritual, social and sensual awareness.” —_USA Today _
“The jazz singer returns to her gospel roots on this righteous collection, including a haunting ‘Amazing Grace’ that’ll have you praising her rich, husky pipes.” —_People Magazine _
“One of the most galvanizing performances of her still-evolving career.” —NPR
Amazing vocalist Lizz Wright delivers a sultry R&B performance that’s divinely layered in gospel and jazz, and keenly similar to the work of Oleta Adams and Jill Scott.