Cabaret Milwaukee’s, “The Jealous Revolver, episode 2”
Cabaret Milwaukee writes original cabaret content blending elements of live music, theatre, old time radio drama, and real Milwaukee history.
Indulging the speakeasy aesthetic, Cabaret Milwaukee is thrilled to stage their next performance in the restored speakeasy theatre of The Brumder Mansion located on 31st and Wisconsin Ave! Join us October 29, 30, 31, & Nov 1 and the following weekend, November 5, 6, 7, & 8. Showtime: 8 pm or 6pm on Sundays. General admission tickets are $20. V.I.P. packages are $60 and include 2 tickets, a front row table, and a gift basket of goodies from our sponsors. For tickets visit CabaretMKE.com, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations, and like us on facebook/cabmke.
Cabaret Milwaukee writes original cabaret content blending elements of live music, theatre, old time radio drama, and real Milwaukee history. Guests to a Cabaret Milwaukee production are invited to relax, order a drink, and dip back into the year 1942 as show host, Richard Howling, guides them through the programs segments in full period dramatization. There’s the house jazz band, news updates, Mrs. Millie’s Victory Kitchen with innuendo heavy tips for the wartime housewife, barbershop jingles, bawdy comedians, musical guests, and of course the feature is everyone’s favorite episodic radio play, “The Jealous Revolver.” It’s a vicious underworld of gangsters, dames, bullets, and vengeance in Milwaukee’s seediest speakeasy of 1932.
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Cabaret Milwaukee invites you to relax, order a drink, and dip back to 1942 for a mock radio show in full period dramatization. “The Jealous Revolver,” in a noir trip through a speakeasy underworld of dames, bullets, and vengeance. The show runs in the restored speakeasy of The Brumder Mansion October 29th through November 8th. For tickets and showtimes, visit CabaretMKE.com or e-mail email@example.com.
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