The latest production from Viscosity Cabaret opens Sunday, July 9 and runs through the end of next month at the Great Northern Bar and Grill in Whitefish.
In “Train Kid Cabaret,” Viscosity is back and “dirtier than ever,” meaning the stars haven’t showered in months, own 13 wet dogs and recently hopped aboard a train car transporting manure as a renewable energy source. The show promises to be as raunchy yet thought-provoking as ever, combining “sex, drugs, rock ’n’ roll and politics ... while expanding your insight and empathy regarding the human condition.”
Viscosity Cabaret is a Whitefish-based theater troupe that includes performers Rebecca Schaffer, Becky Rygg, Mikey Winn, David Blair, Collette Taylor and Adam Pittman.
Performances are every Sunday beginning July 9 and running through Aug. 27, except on Aug. 6 (that week’s show will instead be Monday, Aug. 7).
Tickets to the show are $15 in advance or $20 at the door. Food and drink will be on sale at the Great Northern during the performances.
For more information or to buy tickets, visit www.viscositycabaret.org.