Earl Shore is far removed from his dancing days. No longer does he stub his toes on the stalagmites while performing in the Kentucky caverns; his days are now spent cussing out his caretakers and turning up the volume on the local talk radio station.
His family gathers to visit on what may be his final viewing of the Kentucky Derby. With traditional snacks and old grudges in tow, they travel across the state to pay tribute to their crotchety patriarch.
Dancing! Racing! Hats! Settled Scores! Drinking! Nail Polishing! Valuable Antiques! Broken Circles!
Live on Stage! And the Stage is in the Back of a Bar! And You Can Bring Your Drinks In!
Doors 6:30pm | Show 7pm | ADA Accessible | 21+