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 WAITING FOR GUFFMAN at The White Rabbit Cabaret

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The White Rabbit and Frankie's Flicks present

WAITING FOR GUFFMAN

Doors 8pm, Flick 9pm, Only $5 

 

"There's A Good Reason Some Talent Remains Undiscovered"

Join Frankie for a this classic mockumentary from the lead guitarist of 'Spinal Tap'

The residents of Blaine, Missouri - the self-proclaimed home of the first UFO landing in the United States (Blaine residents beg to differ with Roswell's claims) and stool capital of the world - are excited about the town's upcoming sesquicentennial celebrations, which will have as its centerpiece the original musical production, "Red, White and Blaine". Assisted by high school music teacher Lloyd Miller, Corky St. Clair, the musical's writer/composer and former New York theater professional (off off off off Broadway) who currently leads the Blaine Community Players, will helm the production. Corky and Lloyd are excited about their 'talented' cast of locals and the production as a whole, Corky and Lloyd who themselves are as untalented and unaware as their cast. Corky and company are especially anticipating the presence of Mort Guffman in the audience on opening night, he a representative of the prestigious New York based Oppenheimer Organization. In Corky's mind, a favorable review from Guffman means that the production is heading to Broadway. Through all the ups and downs and more downs of the pre-production, everyone in Blaine still can't wait for opening night and the arrival of Guffman, upon who the cast and crew's dreams rest.