The Anita Cocktail Hour Featuring the Bay Area's Favorite Bawdy Blonde at the Rrazz Room
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The last date listed for The Anita Cocktail Hour was Friday June 24, 2011 / 10:15pm.
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This was a wonderful show, with some obstacles in its way. A medical emergency occurred in the lobby before the show, rocking the audience and the star, yet Miss Anita Cocktail reached deep and powered though a high energy, highly laughable, highly entertaining show. Loved it!
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“An evening of comedy and fiery wit”—SF Bay Times
“Miss Cocktail, of course, handles her own vocals, and can belt out a standard — with hilariously raunchy asides — like any trouper. So it wasn’t surprising that at her very first appearance, she joined the city’s pantheon of drag royalty. ”–Laurel Wellman, The San Francisco Chronicle
San Francisco’s very own bawdy, blond bouffant chanteuse is back! Entertainer Anita Cocktail joins The Rrazz Room in her new late night series debut: The Anita Cocktail Hour. Saddle up with Red Hot Mama Anita Cocktail for a “Honky Tonk Hootenanny” with a twist of titillating musical stylings to tease. A San Francisco treat of special guests and the down-home musical styling’s of The BJ’s! A late night fandango of feathers and fringe not to be missed!
May 21, 2011:
Special Guests: Sean Ray & “CabaRAY” and San Francisco’s very own beloved Sho-Ho & Clownteuse: Sara Moore.
Portion of proceeds to benefit: AIDS LifeCycle. *
June 3, 2011*:
Special Guests: San Francisco’s Jazz Cabaret Artist: Ben Bacot aka “The Bass of the Bay” and San Francisco’s very own beloved Sho-Ho & Clownteuse: Sara Moore
June 24, 2011:
Special Guests: Sean Ray & “CabaRAY” and San Francisco’s very own beloved Sho- Ho & Clownteuse: Sara Moore.
Portion of proceeds to benefit: Project Open Hand.