Presented by Purple Rock Productions
This romping collection of skits and jokes takes its name from the old tradition of American Vaudeville.
In a (people) Vaudeville show, there might be nine or ten different acts. Some were comedians, some were dancers, some performed with animals. There was always a patriotic song at the end of the show, which invited the audience to sing along.
This is PUPPET Vaudeville, so there are lots of puppets instead of people. Mortimer the Parrot acts as MC and keeps getting taken off stage by a giant hook! The show also includes a sheep and a dragon, a narrative pantomime using audience members, and, of course, a patriotic song sung by -- who else? George Washington's Aunt Bitty!