Belter and bad decision expert Tori Scott, a Garland for the Grindr era, returns to Joe's Pub for another evening of brassy songs and slurred autobiographical stories. As a singer, she’s graced the stages of 54 Below, the Laurie Beechman, the Metropolitan Room, and every gay bar on the Eastern Seaboard; as an actress, she's counted to 20 as a singing garbage woman on Sesame Street and dubbed the vocals of a singing hooker on HBO's "Cathouse: The Musical”; as a woman, she strives every day in every way to be a consummate lady and sometimes wonders if she actually still has a liver or not. If you missed her previous packed shows at the Pub, all is forgiven; just get a ticket, get a drink, and let Tori belt your troubles away.
Written by Tori Scott and Adam Hetrick
Directed by Seth Sklar-Heyn
“[With] a mix of Duffy, Melissa Etheridge and Patti LuPone’s vocal styles, the sassy fruit fly…could probably go head-to-head with Bette Midler’s wit and Lady Bunny’s feistiness. When she sinks her teeth into a soulful tune with her rock-belting glory, she makes anyone a believer.” -Marcus Scott, Edge New York
"I'm a comedian and, as every comedian knows, comedians don't laugh -- or, I should say, RARELY laugh. One of the rare times I laughed was when I saw Tori Scott at Joe's Pub last year. And I laughed for a full hour straight. How's that for fuckin' funny?!?" -Lisa Lampanelli, Comedian/Actor