Monona Rossol returns to the stage this December to debut her latest performance
emphasizing the songs of Vaudeville that didn’t quite make it into the American Song Book. Her fascinating upbringing and life-long involvement in show business make for an afternoon of laughs and education hosted by the charismatic Chemist, Artist, and Industrial Safety Activist that we all love with accompanist Joyce Hitchcock.
Join us from 11:30am-2:30pm on December 9th for brunch. All ticket sales will benefit A.C.T.S. — Arts, Crafts and Theatre Safety Scholarship Fund.
This is the show that no one ever knew they would love. In Monona’s words, “Think about this, everyone in our business is scrambling to give people what they want…we’re going to give people what they think they definitely don’t want and change their minds. Now that’s something I can get behind.”
As Yip Harburg said, “Words make you think a thought, music makes you feel a feeling and a song makes you feel a thought” and you may need to know this to pass Monona’s test.
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