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LISTEN: "Dixie's Happy Hour" at the Walton Arts Center

by Jocelyn Murphy | February 21, 2021 at 9:05 a.m.
Reminded of the days of going out to the theater with friends, Kris Andersson as Dixie Longate suggests having a Zoom hangout with friends before her new show “Dixie’s Happy Hour,” purchasing tickets to the same performance, and then catching up with friends after to see how well they each did in crafting their own cocktails. (Courtesy Photo/Kris Andersson)

Dixie Longate last visited the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville two years ago with her Off-Broadway smash "Dixie's Tupperware Party." Now, "America's Sixth Favorite Redhead" returns to the WAC, virtually for "Dixie's Happy Hour." The new performance and is presented as part of the Proctor & Gamble Ghost Light Programming at WAC. Longate (the drag persona of writer/actor/comedian Kris Andersson) will be mixing cocktails, regaling stories from her past, and helping viewers find their own happy hours in life during the show. Performances will stream Feb. 25-28 and March 4-7. Longate discussed the show, surviving quarantine, and more with What's Up Associate Producer Jocelyn Murphy for another What's Up podcast.

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