BLUE WAVE 2020: THE VOTING RIGHTS SHOW
ON MARTIN LUTHER LUTHER KING, JR. DAY,
16 SENSATIONAL SINGERS WILL PERFORM WITH
ALL TICKET SALES DONATED TO
STACEY ABRAMS-LED VOTING RIGHTS GROUP FAIR FIGHT 2020
Seven months prior to the 2018 Midterm Elections, Cabaret Show Producer, Publicist, and Performer Stephen Hanks launched a variety show series as fundraisers for Democratic Senate, Congress, and State Legislature candidates. The critically acclaimed CABARET CAMPAIGNS: RIDE THE BLUE WAVE 2018! at Don’t Tell Mama featured 28 different performers and raised more than $6,000 divided among 30 candidates. Election Day 2018 was indeed a “Blue Wave,” as the Democrats flipped 40 seats in Congress.
Hanks and his Blue Wave Group will be hitting the Cabaret Club Campaign Trail again in the new year with BLUE WAVE 2020—THE VOTING RIGHTS SHOW. In association with Red Horse Theatrical, this election-year extravaganza will celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and will feature 16 All-Star performers passionately singing songs about Democracy, Freedom, Justice, Equality, and some of the transcendent issues of our time, including the battle against voter suppression in America.
BLUE WAVE 2020—THE VOTING RIGHTS SHOW on Jan. 20, 2020, 7 pm at Hidden Cabaret at the Secret Room, 707 8th Ave. (between 44th and 45th Streets), Behind the Copper Door. Cover: $30/Food and Beverage Minimum $25. Doors open at 6pm.
USE DISCOUNT CODE BW2020 FOR $10 OFF TICKET PRICE. For tickets, go HERE or call 212-279-4200.
The Blue Wave 2020 lineup for this show includes: April Armstrong • Sandra Bargman • Rembert Block • Brenda Braxton • Blair Alexis Brown • Mary Sue Daniels • Dawn Derow • Meg Flather • Janice Hall • Laurie Krauz • Katie McGrath • N’Kenge • Sierra Rein • Julie Reyburn • Sarah Rice • Lisa Viggiano. Hanks will serve as host with Ian Herman as Musical Director. All proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the Stacey Abrams-led Voter Protection organization Fair Fight 2020, which is based in Georgia.
“I truly believe that fighting voter suppression is the fundamental political struggle of our time,” says Hanks. “Every other issue that Democrats and Progressives are passionate about is dependent on securing the right to vote for all Americans. As in times past, the art form of cabaret is an ideal vehicle to get this important message out, while at the same time also supporting those on the front lines of the fight.”
For more information, contact Stephen Hanks, Cabaret Life Productions, at email@example.com