The White Rabbit Cabaret

The White Rabbit Cabaret

Located in the heart of Fountain Square, The White Rabbit Cabaret features an ever-changing calendar of live entertainment. We host national and local musical headliners, cabaret and burlesque, stand-up and improv comedy, and movie screenings. Hop on down to The Rabbit and make sure to check out WRC’s own The Burlesque Bingo Bango Show, Hasenpfeffer, Let’s Make A Date, Burlesque Ballyhoo, and Lloyd & Harvey's Wowie Zowie Show. All shows are 21+ w/ Valid ID to enter. No Reservations with all seating first come, first served and tickets can be purchased at the door with cash (unless noted otherwise noted). 

 Hop on down to The White Rabbit Cabaret and we will see you soon. 

FRANKIE'S FLICKS PRESENTS 'Strange Brew'

The White Rabbit Cabaret
and Frankie's Flicks present 
'The Adventures of Bob & Doug McKenzie: Strange Brew'

Join Frankie JJ Holliday Jr. as well as Bob & Doug McKenzie in a ridiculous tale of Hockey, murder, donuts and beer. And maybe slab of back bacon? And did we mention beer? At least, that's what matters most to Bob (Rick Moranis) and Doug (Dave Thomas) McKenzie when they bring the goofy lunacy of SCTV's "The Great White North" to the great wide movie indoors.

Doors 8pm, Flick 9pm, Only $5
Popcorn and Candy available for purchase plus drink specials!

Purporting to be loosely based on Hamlet, Strange Brew is about an evil braumeister at the Elsinore Brewery who has discovered an additive that when guzzled in beer, allows the drinkers to be easily controlled. Braumeister Smith (Max von Sydow) has a plan to take over the world with his new brew, and only the Great White hosers of the North, Bob and Doug McKenzie (Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas) -- with their plaid shirts, ski toques, fur-lined parkas, and addiction to beer -- can stop the dastardly plan, sober or not. There are several jabs at "hoseheads" and the business of movie-making, including an epilogue that critiques the film itself. Strange Brew found a cult audience with fans of the Second City comedy troupe, of which Moranis and Thomas were members.