Disco Diva Thelma Houston Stars in Teatro Zinzanni's Hearts on Fire Musical Extavaganza
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Teatro ZinZanni is bringing back the golden age of radio with On the Air, their latest dinner show. Featuring hilarious comedy, singing, acrobatic acts and more, this is like no radio show you've ever heard -- or rather, seen. The production follows thrilling tales of espionage from a legendary radio serial star, takes a break with an operatic jingle singer and even has an encounter with an extraterrestrial with a taste for the finer things. This comic spectacular is part circus, part cabaret and unlike anything you've ever seen. Learn More
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Featured review from Sonya Kopetz
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It was fabulous party! Christine Deaver gave us big laughs and Thelma Houston brought fun fun energy to the "party". Every act was completely different and totally mesmerizing. It was amazing to watch the entire staff, from servers to performers, work together so seamlessly. The food was fantastic too. I cannot believe it was served to perfection with so many people. It was a night to remember! We had a ball!
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Teatro ZinZanni reprises the wildly popular show Hearts on Fire. Starring disco diva, Thelma Houston, as Madame ZinZanni, Hearts on Fire ignites with the fiery and feisty talents of Seattle comedienne Christine Deaver as the embodiment of the ZinZanni muse, and smoldering Latino heartthrob El Vez (Robert Lopez).
Thelma and friends promise to bring down the house again with this rockin’ musical extravaganza which last played the spiegeltent in 2007. Rounding out the international cast of clowns, cabaret and cirque performers are the mesmerizing aerialists Ssens Duo, sexy and mischievous Parisian acrobats Les Petits Freres, the exotic Russian contortionist Vita Radinova, and Seattle’s own “Littlest Diva,” opera singer, Rachel DeShon.
*Teatro ZinZombie on October 31, 2010:
Festivities begin at 4:30pm
Dinner & Show begin at 5:30pm
- Enjoy an evening of scary decadence for all who dare to attend as the evening unfolds in our diabolically decorated lobby. Be scared to death by our greeter and host Jean du Jour. Our howlingly specialty beverages and death defying acts will entice you to slowly bury yourself in our five-course meal. Our boo-tiful antique spiegeltent will amaze you. Come in your best costume and make us howl with delight. Faboolous prizes for the best costume. Festivities in the lobby begins at 4:30pm. The five course meal and show runs from 5:30pm-9:00pm.