Thank you Ms Brownie Wise
Have you ever been to a Tupperware party? “Why not Chris? why not Chris why not?” This was one of the early questions Dixie Longate asked the audience at Dixie Longate’s Tupperwar Party showing at the Segerstrom Performing Arts Center. Dixie Longate travels all over the country showcasing all sorts of Tupperware while making you laugh. It was bawdy, loud and absolutely fabulous! This southern belle (with a lot of class) had the whole audience in stitches while still being very informative on all the different products, and no it’s no just bowls.
The show or demonstration, whichever you want to call it, ran for about 2 hours without intermission. Honestly time flew by so fast; I was having such a great time that I was a little sad it was over, but then again I probably would have ended up with a lot more Tupperware haha. One of the best moments of the night was when Dixie presented a FridgeSmart container which has a nifty table on it to show you on which setting to put it in order to increase the longevity of your produce. She gave the example of getting a big bag of lettuce and instead of it going to waste you could put your salad in the container and look for what main ingredient in a salad? At which point the audience almost unanimously responded: “WATER.” Her reaction was priceless, she just responded with “Yes Orange County, the main ingredient in a salad is water. So if we want to make out water salad we will just look on the table.” We all died of laughter realizing she wanted us to say salad.
Writing this I’m realizing it’s not sounding as funny as it really was. My cheek muscles were hurting by the time the show ended from how much I was laughing. If you ever get a chance to see Dixie Longate you should definitely go because it is not just for women and no it’s not just about bowels Chris! And who knows maybe you can win some awesome goodies! Dixie Longate is performing at the Segerstrom Center until January 4th, 2015 so don’t miss your chance to be a part of this amazing experience and walk out with new pieces of Tupperware. Thank you Brownie Wise for starting the party decades ago!
Dixie’s Tupperware Party at Segerstrom Center for the Arts will continue for two more weeks in Samueli Theater from December 9, 2014 – January 4, 2015 (previously announced for December 9 – 21, 2014). There are also two very special opportunities to celebrate with Dixie: her 1000th performance on December 26 and her New Year’s Eve Tupperware Party on December 31.