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351 Star Starred
Rrazz Room @ Hotel Nikko
222 Mason Street San Francisco, CA 94102
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"Del Shores' A Sordid Affair"
12 ratings
4.4 average rating
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8 events
3 reviews
0 stars
attended May 15 2011

It was a fabulous and fun show that featured many stars from the Sordid Lives series/movie. Jason Dottley (Ty Williamson) opened the show with two of his hit songs while accompanied by two hot dancers. The audacious Ann Walker (Aunt Lavonda...continued

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335 reviews
81 stars
attended May 15 2011

Hysterical as usual. I most prefer Del on stage telling his stories. And I loved and and Jason and Nowell & Rosemary's duets are always entertaining.

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335 reviews
81 stars
attended Aug 12 2010

It was a really great show tonight in the Rrazz Room. Lots of fun. I particularly loved seeing Ann Walker. Episode 6 aka Call Waiting is my most favorite of the series. I also loved Rosemary, Nowell, & Jason. It was nice for All 4 One to open for...continued

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Watch "performance clips ": Del Shores’ comedy.
“A collection of stand-up and music that was so funny it had the audience doing spit-takes between standing ovations”—Dallas Morning News
Find out more about Del Shores at his website.


Del Shores’ A Sordid Affair is headlined by Sordid Lives mastermind Del Shores who tells tales from his sold-out stand-up tour and more.

The show opens with a special San Francisco stop of Top 20 Billboard recording artist Jason Dottley’s_ Nation of Jason Tour _2011.

Del’s special guests include everybody’s favorite “Aunt LaVonda” Ann Walker, Rosemary Alexander (“Dr. Eve”) and Newell Alexander (“Wardell”), along with Jason Dottley (“Ty”).  Get ready for a night of dish and dirt in this very Sordid evening of laughter and music.

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