Linda Purl, Hedda Lettuce, Julie Goldman and More Set for December at The RRazz Room at the Raven
On Saturday, December 3 at 7:30 p.m., Peter Rapanaro presents "The Secret of Christmas" bringing his soaring tenor voice to all the Christmas classics. His show, The Secret of Christmas, ranges from the religious ("Ave Maria") to the quirky "Dominick the Donkey" and everything in between. His joy for the holiday is infectious and guests will leave with visions of sugar plums dancing in your head. This international singer has opened for and performed with Liberace, Jerry Vale, Donny Osmond, Johnny Mathis and Tony Award winner Isabel Keating. Mr. Rapanaro was presented to and performed for Pope John Paul II and was also present for his Vatican City funeral, where he was asked to sing. (Tickets: $20 GA)
On Saturday, December 10 at 7:30 p.m., Linda Purl presents "Midnight Caravan" where she salutes the great women singing stars of the 1940s and '50s -- from Ella Fitzgerald to Judy Garland to Rosemary Clooney -- as they reign over the swanky, sexy supper clubs of the era. From sultry ballads to hot Latin jazz arrangements of Broadway tunes, the show features classic standards like "My Romance," "Shall We Dance" and "Caravan," and conjures a nighttime world where the surroundings are posh, the drinks keep flowing, and nobody goes to bed before three. (Tickets: $35GA/$45 Ltd VIP)
On Friday, December 16 at 7:30 P.M. Hedda Lettuce, the self-described "world's first and premiere eco-friendly drag queen," presents "LETTUCE REJOICE", her annual holiday show featuring her patented blend of poised characters, startling satire and original music. Hedda's holiday cabaret includes such favorites as "Here Comes Tranny Clause," about a mean tyrant that ruins Xmas; the classic song, "Sleigh Ride," turned into a gay man's quest for sex on Grinder; and "Do You Hear What I Hear" rendered as "Do You Think That He's Queer," about a fag hag desperately seeking a sexual relationship with a gay man. (Tickets: $30GA/$35 Ltd VIP)
On Saturday, December 31 at 7:30 p.m., it's a New Year's Eve celebration like none other with comedian Julie Goldman. She is currently a series regular on the runaway hit series on BRAVO, The People's Couch, and co-host of The Vanderpump Rules After Show. She was the star of LOGO's Big Gay Sketch Show, and currently a cast member of LOGO'S Gay Skit Happens. Julie is a former comedy writer for E!'s Fashion Police, winner of the NEWNOWNEXT- Brink of Fame Comic Award, and the MAC Award for Best Headliner. (Tickets: $40 GA)
The RRazz Room at the Raven is located at 385 West Bridge Street, New Hope, PA, 18938 and is an all ages venue unless otherwise noted. Each show is priced individually. There is a $20 minimum for all ticket holders. Seating is assigned by maitre'd on a first come first serve basis, within the seating categories. Seating begins one hour prior to the show and early arriving patrons are welcome to enjoy the new food and beverage menu, prepared by the Award Winning Raven chef. To purchase tickets and/or questions call the toll-Free number (888) 596-1027 or visit therrazzroom.com.
There are three additional RRazz Room locations - The RRazz Room at the Prince, 1412 Chestnut Street in Philadelphia; with two Florida locations, one at the Coral Springs Museum of Art and the other at the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center.