In her new show that’s currently running at The Palm Cabaret, Miss Richfield 1981 lowers the ‘Cone of Silence’ and discusses everything we’re taught not to talk about. She incorporates hilarious videos, twisted sing-a-longs, and a healthy heap of audience interaction. Discussing family problems, medical issues, politics and religion, she makes us realize we’re only as sick as our secrets! Miss Richfield 1981 is winning over theater audiences with an exciting format that combines homespun warmth and edgy improv that leaves audiences in hysterics.
Miss Richfield 1981 has dedicated her life to the friendly citizens of her hometown of Richfield, Minnesota. Fast becoming one of America’s national treasures, she is the alter ego of creator Russ King. A 1981 graduate of a Richfield, MN high school, Russ created the character on a whim when he and a friend attended a Miss America party in 1996, as Miss Little Rock and Miss Richfield. They were a big hit with the crowd so he developed the character over the years.
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Since that time, Miss Richfield’s live performances have received critical acclaim. The New York Post recently declared Miss Richfield 1981 as “the must-see act in Provincetown” and The Chicago Sun-Times describes Miss Richfield as “Garrison Keillor meets Mary Tyler Moore“. Miss Richfield’s national appeal also includes riotous appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Today on NBC, Cake Boss on TLC, and most recently, as a television spokesperson for Orbitz and the City of Philadelphia. Miss Richmond 1981 is also a headliner for Atlantis Events cruises and resort vacations, the largest LGBT vacation company.
With only four more shows scheduled at The Palm, Miss Richmond 1981, ‘The Cone of Silence,’ is here only for the month of February. Don’t miss this funny, thoughtful and very entertaining experience. The remaining shows are on February 20, 21 and 24 at 9:30 pm and on February 23 at 7 pm. You can purchase tickets for the show at vallartatickets.com or at The Palm Cabaret.
*The Palm is well-known for bringing top notch, cutting-edge entertainment to Vallarta. Inside you’ll find an intimate, completely refurbished 90-seat cabaret with outstanding sound and lighting, creating the ambiance of cabarets from days gone by. Shows are scheduled seven days per week with two different shows nightly through April, 2015. The Palm also offers matinees at 4:00 p.m. on selected shows.The Palm is non-smoking (a patio is provided for smokers) and is located at Olas Altas #508, in Zona Romantica. Tickets may be purchased online 24 hours a day, and at The Palm’s Box Office, open 11:00-11:00 daily. A full calendar of performances, information and online tickets are available at www.ThePalmPV.com. You can also find the Palm on Facebook at The Palm Cabaret and Bar.