There's Cake on Our Face

Come celebrate Tigertail Productions 25th Anniversary Event Thereís Cake on Our Face. The admission is— a birthday cake, of course. Any kind of cake from home made to half-baked, from haute dessert cuisine to Costco cupcakes. The evening will include a performance by uproarious San Francisco comedian Bill Santiago, songs by Miamiís own Sidney Brien, Master of Ceremonies George Neary and a surprise performance event by Charles Recher. TAM Brazilian Airlines has provided two round trip air ticket donations, which will be raffled off.

Bill Santiago, a hot young comedian with the verbal dexterity of George Carlin, the amorous self-deprecation of Woody Allen and the physical presence of Michael Richardís Kramer on "Seinfeld" brings his "Spanglish 101" to Miami. Given his previous life as an award-winning journalist for newspapers such as The Washington Post, The Miami Herald and The San Juan Star, it is not surprising that the standup comic Bill Santiago is obsessed with language. He grabs you, charms you, and then slays you with substance. His signature bursts of twisted logic and perfectly tossed satirical grenades will have you quoting him long after the show. Santiago has appeared on Comedy Centralís "Premium Blend", opened for Margaret Cho and shared the stage with Culture Clash and Marga Gomez.

This is our 25th season. We believe that community involvement is essential. Partners and support include: Abriendo Puertas, Allegany Franciscan Foundation, Alternate ROOTS C/APP, Arthur F. and Alice E. Adams Charitable Foundation, American Express, BankAtlantic Foundation, Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation, City of Miami Beach Cultural Arts Council, City of Coral Gables, Consulate General of Mexico, Dade Community Foundation, E.S. Moore Foundation, Florida Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Arts Council, FIU Dance Department and INDAMI, Foundation for Contemporary Performance Arts, Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau, Heyday Foundation, John S. & James L. Knight Foundation, Joseph H. and Florence A. Roblee Foundation, Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Mayor and Board of County Commissioners and the Miami-Dade County International, Festivals/Special Events and Tourist Development Council programs, Miami-Dade Public School System, Miami River Inn, National Endowment for the Arts, National Dance Project, National Performance Network, Publix Super Markets Charities, Riverside Community School, Riverside Front Porch Revitalization Council, Southern Arts Federation, SunTrust, US-Mexico Chamber of Commerce, Vortex Communications, WDNA FM, WLRN FM.

February 19, 2005
8 - 11 pm
Bill Santiago 9 pm

Dorsch Gallery
151 NW 24th Street

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