Your ‘Yodeling Dominatrix’ Neighbor Doing ‘Septemberfest’ Show Sat. Night


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Your B-Town neighbor and resident ‘Yodeling Dominatrix’ Manuela Horn will be doing a special, one-night-only ‘Septemberfest’ late night cabaret show this Saturday night, Sept. 15 at Teatro Zinzanni in Seattle from 11 p.m. – 2 a.m.

“Why wait to celebrate Oktoberfest?” reads an announcement. “Get your yodelay-hees early with Manuela Horn, the foxy yodeling dominatrix. Raise a glass, see some skin, and sing-along with the hottest Bavarian Ambassador ever to be seen in dem spiegeltent. Expect the unexpected. Yodelay-heee-huuuu!”

If you’re not familiar with Manuela, here’s her bio and some videos:

Manuela Horn, also known as the Austrian Amazon, is a yodeling, dancing, acting comedic force of nature. In 1999 Manuela Horn graduated from acting school. After small roles in independent movies and her own children’s TV show, she turned her 6 foot 2 inch height into an asset as a comedic host for corporate events, and galas.

In 2000 Pomp Duck and Circumstance, the mother ship of the dinner cirque movement, hired her as a leg model. Six months later Manuela, had evolved her role into one of the most beloved, longest running and irreverent characters in Pomp history. Teatro ZinZanni imported Manuela to Seattle, Washington in 2002. With the Yodeling dominatrix and a dozen other characters she quickly became a beloved member of the ZinZanni cast.

In 2005, she acquired her SAG membership with an appearance in the movie “Rent.” Performing until she was 8 months pregnant, Manuela took a short break with her daughter Louise (Lou Lou). She returned to the mirrored spiegeltents of Europe in 2007 with the dinner cirque company PALAZZO. After her second child, Maximilian, was born in 2008 she performed with PALAZZO in Frankfurt.

The TV show “America’s Got Talent” found Manuela in 2009 and inspired her to expand her repertoire. Manuela is currently recording three albums, an Oktoberfest party album, an Alpen Rock comedy album, and a tribute album to the classic yodels of her childhood. She is also performing at October fests and corporate events across America.

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TICKETS
Tickets start at $25 for General Admission Seating.

All tickets require an additional $20 per person food and beverage credit. The food and beverage credit does not include tax or gratuity.

Doors open at 11 pm. Show starts at 11:30 pm.

Teatro Zinzanni is located at 222 Mercer Street across from the Seattle Center.

Tickets are available online and by calling the ZinZanni Box Office at (206) 802-0015.

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5 Responses to “Your ‘Yodeling Dominatrix’ Neighbor Doing ‘Septemberfest’ Show Sat. Night”
  1. Skeptical says:

    Manuela should threaten to perform her schtick for some worthy local charity. I would pay $500 for her to never perform, sing, yodel, or make that stupid face in public ever again.

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