Reception 8pm | Doors 8:45pm | Show 9pm | 21+
$7-$12 Advanced | $10-$15 Day of Show
About Dreadnaught, She Wrote: A Night of Vintage TV Theme Songs
Yearning to hear a sing-a-long worth “Perfect Strangers” played live? Salivating to experience “Night Court” whilst reading a vintage copy of Pro Wrestling Illustrated? Can’t help but dream of having one hand on the Atari and the other around a creme de menthe as “Magnum PI” rages in the background?
Well, us too. Join us for Dreadnaught, She Wrote, a 1980s party featuring vintage TV theme songs, canapés, and a couple of drinks on us, why the hell not. You’re invited, you’re all invited… to join.
With special guest Power Money Cake performing The Nightfly by Donald Fagen in its entirety and a cameo appearance by our old pal, comedian Juston McKinney.
“Who’s The Boss?” Ticket ($12 adv/$15 day-of) includes admission to the show plus premium 1980 souvenir grab bag with one beer ticket, and early entry to pre-show reception: canapés, green room photo opp with the talent, and maybe another special trinket in their grab bag.
“One Day at a Time” Ticket ($7 adv/$10 day-of) includes admission to the show plus basic souvenir grab bag, no food, no reception.
Over the course of over 21 years, half a dozen albums, and more notes than you can shake a stick at, the ever-evolving Dreadnaught has carved out a musical niche unlike any other… because we’re totally and utterly deranged.
About Power Money Cake
Power Money Cake plays the music of Steely Dan.
About Juston McKinney
Comedian Juston has a new special on Prime Video, “Parentally Challenged.” He has appeared on both the “Tonight Show w/Jay Leno” and on the “Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien,” numerous appearances on Comedy Central including his own half-hour presents special, and his own one-hour Comedy Central special, “A Middle-class Hole”, which was released by Warner Bros.
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