It’s all candy and cake when Little Betty Sweet from Cootchie Coo Cupcakes shares the stage with ice cream truck driver Johnny Pop. National cabaret artists Liz Rubino and John Paul Boukis croon their way through nostalgic favorites like The Candy Man, vaudeville ditties from the Marx Brothers, and ticklish tunes like If I Knew You Were Coming I’d Have Baked a Cake. Don’t miss this tasty night of sweet singing and sassy antics!
Sweet & Pop will be held Friday, October 11th at the History Center. TIckets are $30 and include a dessert buffet before the show. Desserts & cocktails (cash bar) at 7:30 p.m., showtime at 8:30 p.m.
Proceeds will benefit the Campaign for the Tyler Mahoning Valley History Center.
Tickets are available in advance at The Tyler History Center and at The Arms Family Museum. Tickets can also be reserved in advance and paid for at the door.
Liz Rubino is a New York City cabaret artist, stage performer, teaching artist and drama therapist. She brings genuine human interaction to the stage, whether through the eyes of a character or as the winking songbird who’s mastered the art of cabaret. Brassy, smoky, liquid, show-stopping—reviewers are always pulling out new words to describe the versatility of her voice. Miss Rubino has performed leading roles in professional theatre, and the theatre is her home with over 120 stage credits to her name both in professional and regional venues. Read more at her website!