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Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Cabaret to Feature Jazzy Maritime Poetry and Music

The April installment of Town Hall Seattle's "Seattle Follies," a satirical cabaret show with a political bent, features a maritime theme at its Thursday, April 27 show. Guests include magnetic soul singer and antic monologist Reggie Watts, poets Erin Fristad (bio) of Port Townsend and Rich Bard of Vashon Island, both of whom have performed at the world-famous Fisher Poets Gathering in Astoria, Ore., and jazz singer Joanne Klein, described as the "the torchiest torch singer in town," who entertains with a medley of maritime melodies. Advance tickets are $16/$13 Town Hall members, students & seniors only at $18/$15 at the door. The show starts at 7:30 p.m.


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