Dangerous When Wet: Booze, Sex, and My Mother

Dangerous When Wet: Booze, Sex, and My Mother
Live Concert

TIMKA! Afro-Colombian Rhythms

Fri, Feb14, 7pm

200 pesos

Concert Documentary and Discussion

Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice

Sat, Feb 15, 3pm120 pesos

Health Documentary and Discussion

How Not to Die: Prevent Disease w/Plant Based Diet

Sun, Feb 16, 3pm

120 pesos

Live Comedy

Dangerous When Wet: Booze, Sex, and My Mother

Mon, Feb 17, 5pm

200 pesos

Live Music/Variety

Open Mic

Tue, Feb 18, 5pm

80 pesos (Inc Drink)

Live Comedy

México, Lacy Blue Panties & Bucky

Wed, Feb 19, 3pm

150 pesos

Live Concert

Mad for Romance NYC Cabaret

Fri-Sat, Feb 21–22, 5pm

200 pesos

All events will be at Shelter Theater


By John Wharton

Developed on the storytelling stages of New York City, Dangerous When Wet is Jamie Brickhouse’s darkly comic odyssey from small-town sissy to louche Manhattanite: a proud, gay man in recovery—honest and hilarious!

Tonight at 7pm, don’t miss the sizzling sounds of Caribbean Colombia as Timka hits the Shelter stage. Stephie and Nilo are back with their band to deliver the wildest rhythms ever, a hot mix of salsa and reggae—y mucho más!

Saturday at 3pm, catch the new music documentary about America’s favorite music icon, Linda Ronstadt. The film traces her long road to success as she weaves her unforgettable sound with the likes of Dolly Parton, Bonnie Raitt, and Jackson Browne.

Are you on the Vegan Wave yet? Whether your reasons are health, animal rights, or sustainability, you’ll want to know more about “How Not to Die,” a detailed overview of the plant-based diet revolutionizing how we eat. Learn more at this documentary and discussion, Sunday at 3pm.

Wednesday, February 19, at 3pm: México, Lacy Blue Panties & Bucky! So, what’s up with these wacky posters we’re seeing of some bald gringo with a silly mustache? T.D. Lake’s sold-out comedy show is back with even more insights from this San Miguel de Allende-newbie with attitude! Take it from T. D.: “It’d be a shame to miss this jaw-dropping display of comedic genius in a world fraught with the elements of inevitable failure.”

February 21 and 22 at 5pm: Mad for Romance. From New York City, acclaimed cabaret-artist, soprano Madelaine Warren celebrates the Great American Songbook featuring songwriters like Jerome Kern, Johnny Mercer, Sergio Mendes, Hoagy Carmichael, Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim, and Cole Porter. Says Cabaret Scenes,“Warren is reminiscent of one of the old-time singers from the 1930s and 40s. Her song choices are shining gems!” You won’t want to miss this evening of beautifully presented timeless standards, exploring the ups and downs of romance!

Visit www.sheltervg4.com for a map, events, and online tickets. Tickets available at the Biblioteca gift shop and online at www.sheltervg4.com