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Variety is the Spice of Life

authorStaff Writer on May 16, 2020

How about a little song and dance to cheer souls over a stay-at-home Memorial Day Weekend? The folks at Our Fabulous Variety Show (OFVS) are back and will present their second virtual production via Zoom on Saturday, May 23 at 7 p.m. Tune in online for fan favorites from across the country as well as local talents who are joining together virtually to lift spirits and bring an evening of fun.

The pre-show segment features East Hampton musician Josh Brussell, aerialist Laura Haley, New York City comedian Tyler Fischer, drag queens Naomi and RaffaShow, Samantha Slithers, and vocalists and musicians Miss Lucy Caracappa, Emma Hren, Siena Link-Morse, Olivia Swearingen, Mildred and the Milkman duo Sarah Law and John Passaro, and Dakota Quackenbush.

The main attraction will include the OFVS Players and dancers: Juliet Ambrose, Anita Boyer, Olivia Chapman, Patrick Conlon, Hanna DeSimone, Sasha Dutrieux, Krissy Feleppa, Kate Havlicek, Madison Kelly, Carlee Kenny, Kasia Klimiuk, Joe Pallister, Violet Rand, Charity Robinson, Jadiel Rodriguez, Lila Ruddy, Fairleigh Stewart, Thomas Sulfaro, and Melanie Vizcaino and others.

OFVS will also offer raffles, giveaways, comedy and more throughout the evening. Ticket cost is any donation with a suggested donation of $20 for adults and $10 for kids. Contributions go directly to supporting the performers and programming that OFVS is providing to the community during these difficult times. Donations can be made on the website, ourfabulousvarietyshow.org/donate.

So willkommen, bienvenue and welcome to the virtual cabaret!

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