St. Pete welcomes 'Coco and Homo' as part of freeFall's cabaret season finale

Forget Your Troubles and Sinatra, My Way will also be performed

click to enlarge Coco and Homo is a Best of the Bay award winning act that premieres at freeFall Friday, June 10. - FREEFALL THEATRE COMPANY/WEBSITE
freeFall Theatre Company/website
Coco and Homo is a Best of the Bay award winning act that premieres at freeFall Friday, June 10.
St. Petersburg's freeFall Theatre will conclude its 2021-2022 season with three exciting cabarets that'll heat up an already hot summer: "Coco and Homo," "Forget Your Troubles" and "Sinatra, My Way."

Best of the Bay-winning "Coco and Homo," starring Colleen Cherry and Zachary Hines, are two local miscreants that take their audience on "an acid trip of interactive games, campy anthems and frolicking drinking songs." The act premieres at freeFall on Friday, June 10.

Melissa Minyard's "Forget Your Troubles" is a tribute concert to Judy Garland's "Over of the Rainbow" and celebrates the late singer's luminous career and legacy of song. The act returns to freeFall's stage tonight.

"Sinatra, My Way," performed by Larry Alexander and a trio of jazz instrumentalists, is a nod to the great Frank Sinatra and showcases his musical masterpieces and unparalleled career. The one-time show will only be performed on Aug. 11.

Located at 6099 Central Ave., freeFall Theatre is performing arts theater that showcases local talent acts, including familiar plays, original musicals and offbeat productions.

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