Camp Tupperware Party with Dixie Longate
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The last date listed for Camp Tupperware Party with Dixie Longate was Wednesday July 20, 2011 / 7:30pm.
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- Full Price:
- $29.50 - $39.50
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A Tuna Christmas features two gifted actors who play all 24 residents of the tiny town of Tuna, Texas. Comic hell breaks loose in the "third-smallest town" in the state as this uproarious satire tells the story of a disastrous production of A Christmas Carol, a yard-decorating contest sabotaged by a mysterious Christmas phantom and more. With more than 40 split-second costume changes, theater and comedy veterans Charles Hubbell and Scott Jorgenson portray the entire eccentric town in this hilarious holiday entry in the Greater Tuna series. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from flyha
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I had no idea what to expect and was thoroughly delighted, what a great character! This show was somewhat out of some of our comfort zones and the girls LOVED it! I'll be following Dixie's shows in the future and am so sad I couldn't afford Tupperware right now. Oh, and I did learn ALOT about Tupperware!
Quotes & Highlights
- Get a feel for the show by watching a preview video on Dixie's website.
- “Not your grandmother’s Tupperware Party!" --NBC's Today Show
- "A furious romp propelled by the sheer force of Dixie!" --The New York Times
Actors Theater of Minnesota in association with Camp Bar Twin Cities welcomes the incomparable and outspoken Dixie Longate, an Alabama housewife with a unique take on just about any topic. The evening is presented just like a traditional Tupperware party, but fast-talking Dixie just can't stop telling anecdotal stories from her colorful life -- from her failed marriages, to tips on child rearing, to stints at various women's correctional facilities. Loaded with the most up-to-date products available for purchase, Ms. Longate will share how she became the number one Tupperware seller in the world as she educates her guests on the many alternative uses she has discovered for her plastic products.
Dixie Longate began doing Tupperware parties in 2001 in Los Angeles and quickly became a sensation, selling more than $1 Million in Tupperware. Dixie's 2007 show at Ars Nova Theater garnered a nomination for Outstanding Solo Performance.
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