Go Back In Time With Seductive Vintage-Pop Chaunteuse ARIANA SAVALAS

When Ariana Savalas - the Pussycat of Postmodern Jukebox - takes the stage, satisfaction is guaranteed - and she's willing to pack as many entendres into that promise as you can take. This seductive chanteuse captivates her listeners with her signature smooth as silk vocals, a quick wit, and a delightfully naughty sense of humor that would make the late great Mae West proud.

Savalas has captivated sold out audiences across the country headlining in some of the nation's poshest clubs - The Dave Koz Lounge in Beverly Hills, Herb Alpert's Vibrato in Bel Air, Feinsten's, the Friar's Club and Birdland in New York, as well as Palm Beach's Royal Room and Tiffany & Co's annual gala.

Don't miss this chance to see Ariana Savalas up close and very personal for her one-night-only, sizzling-hot performance in the intimate Teatro ZinZanni spiegeltent.


Teatro ZinZanni

222 Mercer Street, Seattle


January 30, 2017

Doors at 6:30 p.m., Show at 7:30 p.m.


$15-$30 - ON SALE NOW

$15 Booth Seating

$20 Floor Seating
$30 Inner Ring Seating

Box Office: (206) 802-0015


About Special Events Teatro ZinZanni

Ranging from one-night-only music concerts to belly dance competitions, circus-variety show productions, late night dance parties and more, Special Events at Teatro ZinZanni are presented in partnership with local, national and international performers and producers in Teatro ZinZanni's gorgeous, climate-controlled, antique cabaret tent (known as a spiegeltent). Imported from Belgium, the spiegeltent is nicknamed the Moulin Rouge. Built in 1910, it boasts staiNed Glass, hand-carved wooden interior columns, polished crystal and mirrors. Guests are seated restaurant-style in this unique venue, and the action of the show takes place throughout the circular structure. The Moulin Rouge comfortably seats 285 guests. Food and beverages are not included in the price for these special events, but menu and bar offerings will be available to purchase à la carte before and during the show.

About Ariana Savalas

If Savalas seems born to be on the stage, that's probably because she was. Her father was actor Telly Savalas, whose larger-than-life persona and arched-eyebrow sense of humor she inherited. She grew up living an Eloise-like existence in Los Angeles' Sheraton Universal Hotel, wrapping herself in the curtains to put on homemade shows for the man who played the lollipop-sucking detective Kojak and the dirtiest of the Dirty Dozen.

But she brings more than a fairy-tale childhood and a string of broken hearts to her act; Savalas attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, where she studied more than the men in tights - her provocative wordplay reveals the lessons she soaked up on Shakespeare and poetry. Back in L.A. she became a member of Playhouse West, the repertory theater company co-founded by Jeff Goldblum, from whom she gleaned the art of combining the quirky and the alluring.

Savalas found a group of kindred spirits in the vintage-pop mash-up project Postmodern Jukebox. Their collaborations, timeless in a way that parallels her own music, have garnered millions of views and reached #1 on the iTunes jazz charts. She's traveled the world with them on tour, playing in renowned venues like Radio City Music Hall and the O2 at Roundhouse in London. There is no stage too big for Ariana to get up close and personal in the eyes, ears, hearts and more forbidden places of her audiences.

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