- $30 for one ticket to Baby Jane Dexter (up to $61.75 value)
- When: Wednesday, December 31, at 10:30 p.m.
- Where: The Rrazz Room
- General admission
- Door time: 9 p.m.
- Full offer value includes ticketing fees
Baby Jane Dexter
- Her first act: singing rock and blues at the Improvisation by night, and driving a taxi during the day
- Her second act: headlining nightclubs in various cities, including Miami and Los Angeles
- Her intermission: musical tastes shift to disco and punk as the ’70s wind down, and she finds herself losing an audience
- Her third act: after befriending AIDS activist Vito Russo, she starts performing benefit concerts at at such storied venues as the Lincoln Center, Kennedy Center, and Eighty-Eights in Greenwich Village
- Her finale: Baby Jane starts raking in awards and acclaim for her fearsome, contralto interpretations of everyone from Paloma Faith to James Brown
- Her curtain call: it hasn’t happened yet
- Her reviews: in the words of the New York Times’ Stephen Holden, “A performance by the cabaret singer Baby Jane Dexter is like a revival meeting without Jesus… Each song is a slice of life, and life is messy.”
The Rrazz Room
San Francisco's loss is New Hope's victory with the unveiling of The Rrazz Room. After packing the house for a decade in the Bay Area, the upscale supper club uprooted itself and spread to cities throughout the country, where it carries on the tradition of live, swinging entertainment. Part cabaret, part bar, and part restaurant, it's the kind of place where music from the Great American Songbook shares the bill with standup comedy acts, vaudevillian throwbacks, jazz, modern funk, performance art, and Las Vegas spectacles stripped straight from the Strip. The intimate setting accentuates the showcases, as guest savor laughs, tunes, dinner, and "showtime spirits" while being close enough to performers to memorize every detail for later caricature practice.