Not your average Tupperware Party!

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    Thinking about throwing a "Nude Only Tupperware Party!"

    The Good: Kris Andersson’s Dixie’s Tupperware Party stirred laughter and merriment with Dixie Longate, a red-headed, big-mouthed gal (played by Kris Andersson), willing and ready to spill her life’s details, as well as more tips on Tupperware uses, than you want to know. To give the production, a real, party-like feel Longate walked around talking with guests, as they took their seats, even before the show began. When it kicked off, Longate let some folks sit on stage and she often stepped off stage to better interact with the audience. Everyone was given a name tag, which also contained a number, before entering. This was so Longate could call out names, but more importantly, for giveaways. Some folks were even picked from the crowd to participate in a rimming contest. Throughout the show Longate told her story, one which involved being out of the workforce via prison. When she finally got loose from her life behind bars, she worked her way up to the top of Tupperware sales. In the show, Longate showed a variety of impressive Tupperware pieces and explained an array of possible uses for each piece. For instance, she showed off a cup with a straw, that almost magically “seals up like a vagina,” when removed. Then there was the Tupperware cupcake caddy, also great for holding Jello shots, and other pieces perfect for throwing at the kids or for dumb people who like to throw parties. Throughout the show, Longate cursed and carried on, also making lots of indirect sexual references. Longate really did want folks to buy pieces of plastic food storage and catalogs were available for those interested. This show takes a different spin on what a Tupperware party could be by the means of a humorous script, improv and the startling charisma of host, Dixie Longate. At the end, a positive message is even delivered to the crowd.


    The Bad: This is definitely not a show for kids, as language was at times vulgar. Also, if you cringe at being picked out of crowds, you’d have been on the edge of your seat with this performance.


    The Verdict: Dixie’s Tupperware Party is a good time. Dixie Longate is dashing throughout the performance with jolly, seemingly-fabricated tales and her own unique way of selling plastic food storage products. You’ll leave surprised and maybe even having ordered some Tupperware.

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    A Tupperware Party like this would just kill all the church ladies in this part of town!!!:lol:
     
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    Oh hell... That's why they go to church on Sunday...
     

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