Dear Doris Gurl Talk Tonight

by | Nov 6, 2020 | Coming Up, Culture, Entertainment

Get your popcorn, chocolate, and favorite cookies it’s time to be entertained. Each year for the past 6 years we have enjoyed Raymond De Forest’s talent to help us all remember a time when our country was less combative and more family-oriented. 

Doris Dear stars in Doris Dear’s Gurl Talk”, a NEW 6-part lifestyle series on Broadway On-Demand premiering November 6th from DeForest Theatricals.

Doris Dear, “America’s Perfect Housewife”, brings her brand of stories, recipes, and interviews to a new half-hour show streaming on Broadway On Demand.  Stop by and spend an entertaining, informative half-hour in the Rumpus Room with “Doris Dear’s Gurl Talk” … you never know who might knock on her door!

Dear Doris Gurl Talk

It’s time to invite Doris Dear into your home with a fun-filled combination of storytelling, friends, and cocktails. Experience the Rumpus Room like never before– with its chic retro vibe, history, and culture – all brought to you by ‘America’s Perfect Housewife’.

Doris Dear, multiple award-winning singers, storyteller, and TV host, loves sharing stories of growing up with her parents, Taffy and Duke, and her sister Nancy, in Staten Island, NY.

Grab a cocktail and hang out in the Rumpus Room to hear some beloved stories, learn some fun facts, and discover new ideas and recipes on how you too can be absolutely PERFECT in a Covid world! Doris Dear will be sitting down on the couch with some of her best friends including Broadway leading ladies Amra-Faye Wright, Karen Mason, and Maree Johnson, singer-songwriter and author Meg Flather, Jazz trumpet player and crooner Benny Banack III, and cool cat drummer Aaron Kimmel. Put the pressures of the world behind you and let Doris Dear bring a smile to your face and hope to your heart.

So join this fun new half-hour program, Doris Dear’s Gurl Talk”, streaming on Broadway On Demand, starting November 7th at 9 pm Eastern, 6 pm Pacific.

“After an evening in the rumpus room, you feel like Taffy and Duke are your friends and Doris Dear is your ultimate den mother.” wrote Nick Appice in his review on January 9, 2019, online edition of Downtown Magazine.

Tune in – for up-to-date information

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