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50 Ways to Flaunt It

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An Evening of Song to Celebrate 50 Years of Pride

Join cabaret diva Mistress Ginger and the legendary Lori Dokken for an evening of song to celebrate 50 years of Pride. This rousing retrospective features your favorite tunes from the past five decades, everything from Joni Mitchell to Janelle Monáe.

Tuesday, June 18
7:00pm doors | 7:30pm show

Tickets:  $10 advance | $15 same day/at the door

Taco Tuesday Food and Drink Specials ALL NIGHT!

Mistress Ginger is a singer, dancer, and cookbook author based in the Twin Cities. Since 2006, she has presented more than two dozen original cabaret shows and has been featured in a variety of alternative performance events in venues ranging from the Bryant-Lake Bowl Theater to the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts. With a passion for storytelling through song, she delights in taking her audiences on whimsical journeys full of heart and imagination, plus the occasional fan kick. Her cookbook, Mistress Ginger Cooks: Everyday Vegan Food for Everyone, was published in 2014. For more about Ginger, visit

Lori Dokken is vocalist, pianist, arranger, performance coach, and producer. She has played and appealed to the patrons of every major and minor music venue in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Her credits include writer and publishing member of ASCAP; vocal arranger for Three Hits And A Miss 2002 CD; musical director and arranger for hit cabaret shows; executive producer and producer of 2001 CD release, “The Girls”;  producer, musical director, and arranger for six RSVP Cruise Vacations Main Stage productions; headliner for two RSVP Cruise Vacations Main Stage productions; and executive producer, vocalist, and pianist for two CD releases in 2005. She has also worked with or opened for Bobby McFerrin, Jane Oliver, Beatrice Arthur, Jennifer Holiday, Lucie Arnaz, Sally Struthers, Sandy Duncan, Eartha Kitt, Carole King and Tony Bennett. For more information, visit

Earlier Event: June 8
Broadway, Circa 1986