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One Night Only!!

An Evening of Progressive Parody

An evening of musical hilarity-parody created and performed by Lauren Mayer and
Sandy and Richard Riccardi


$25  In advance
$30  At the door

Times are wacky, to say the least. So join Lauren Mayer and Sandy and Richard Riccardi for a one-night pressure valve laugh fest. Let the good times roll over, and the steam escape from all sides of the mouth.

Political Snarkasm
with Sandy and Richard Riccardi

With over 35 million views on Social Media, Sandy and Richard Riccardi are skewering the current presidential administration with laughter, one parody at a time. Their most popular contributions to national sanity include “Boy From Mar-A-Lago”, “Tiki Torch Nazis”, “Kiss My Rump, Donald Trump” and dozens more. New York Magazine calls them “Musical Genius”. Rosie O’Donnell calls them “MY NEW FAVORITE SINGING SONGWRITING TEAM”.
Richard Riccardi has played for such greats as Joel Grey, Diahann Carroll, Martha Raye, Tom Jones, Wesla Whitfield and Mel Torme, as well as numerous Broadway tours. Sandy Riccardi spent 11 years on the NYC musical theater circuit, performing with the New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players and Westchester Broadway Theater, to name a few.

Lampoons, Jabs and Jibes
with Lauren Mayer

Comedic singer/songwriter Lauren Mayer is the writer of “The Sexual Harassment Prevention Song” which just became a viral hit on Facebook (2 million views and counting), proving that even middle-aged Jewish mothers can become social media stars!
Lauren began playing the piano at age 3 and discovered her penchant for writing silly songs shortly thereafter.  After graduating from Yale University summa cum laude, Lauren spent 5 years in New York singing on street corners, writing songs, and thoroughly disappointing her parents. She then moved to San Francisco to meet straight men (cue rim shot), where she became a fixture in the cabaret scene, winning five consecutive Bay Area Cabaret Gold awards (and tens of fans). Despite all these impressive accomplishments, Lauren’s mother still doesn’t understand why she didn’t go to law school.