Frank Oliver's Twisted Cabaret Opens Today At Seattle's Hale's Ales Palladium Theatre

Come Dressed for Cabaret and Be Entered to Win Complementary VIP Upgrade, Including A Hunchback Tour of Hale's Ales

Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) May 02, 2013

Frank Oliver's Twisted Cabaret opens today and runs through May 26th at Hale's Ales Palladium Theatre in Seattle's Fremont neighborhood. Top off a day of fun in the Seattle sun with a perfect date-night, big-comedy variety show by night. Come dressed for the cabaret on opening night and be entered to win a complementary VIP upgrade that includes the best seats in the house and a hunchback tour of Hale's Ales.

"Well what are you waiting for, grab your date, get dressed up and we'll take care of the rest," said Frank Oliver, the star of the show. The evening showcases a hilarious, action-packed cabaret with amazing feats of magic, knife-throwing, juggling, burlesque, acrobatics and Cirque/Zinzanni styled acts.

The plot: the theatre is packed and the stage is set but the tour bus with all the performers has broken down. Now Olivier must pull off the show of his life, and perform all sixteen acts himself, aided only by Flynch, his loyal hunchback assistant.

The show is family friendly but not geared towards children. Recommended for ages 8 and up.
Frank Olivier(“Wickedly funny!” NY Times) has been seen on The Tonight Show, as well as America’s Got Talent, Ellen, and HBO’s Just For Laughs. He is a Moisture Festival favorite. Older fans may remember him from his act in Broadway touring show Sugar Babies (with Mickey Rooney and Ann Miller).

Paul Nathan plays the role of Flynch. He’s been seen on HBO, MTV, and Star Trek Voyager, as well as in his own “I Hate Children Children’s Show”, voted best children’s show at Edinburg Festival.

Show runs May 2 - 26, 2013 - six shows a week.
Thursday 7:30; Friday & Saturday 7:30pm & 10:30am; Sunday 3pm
Tickets are $14 - $35 and are available a http://TwistedCabaret.com

“Laugh out loud! If demented vaudeville is a religion, this man is a high priest!” - San Jose Mercury News.


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