Linda Purl: This Could Be The Start--New Beginnings For New Times

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Linda Purl: This Could Be The Start--New Beginnings For New Times


In the Dunsmore Jazz Room with enchanting lakeside views.

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The Dunsmore Jazz Room 6161 Hwy 65 NE Minneapolis, MN 55432

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  • Linda Purl

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No Refunds

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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket
  • Dinner and cocktail seating and service begins 60 minutes before showtimes.
  • Classic pop in jazz

    Her chronicle of navigating life on our return trip back through the looking glass, she ponders what can lie ahead in our new beginnings, with songs including “I’m in the Mood for Love,” “Blue Moon,” “Let’s Get Lost,” and “This Could Be the Start of Something Big.”

    Linda Purl, vocals

    Jon Weber, piano

    Linda Purl is known to millions for her running roles on multiple, iconic television series. Besides being Richie Cunningham’s girlfriend, Fonzie’s fiancée on Happy Days, Matlock’s daughter Charlene Matlock, Pam’s mom/Steve Carell’s girlfriend on The Office, she has starred in over 45 made-for-TV movies. Recent roles include recurring on General Hospital and Hacks. Current recurring, The Bold and the Beautiful. Theatre credits include the 2022 UK tour of Catch Me If You Can. On Broadway: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Getting and Spending. Off-Broadway: Mr. Toole, The Baby Dance. Regional theatres: Long Wharf, Actors Theatre of Louisville, The Old Globe, Mark Taper Forum, South Coast Repertory, North Coast Repertory, Santa Fe Opera, Cleveland Playhouse, Laguna Playhouse, The Lensic Santa Fe, Berkeley Rep, Williamstown Theatre Festival (six seasons); Theatre Princesse Grace, Monaco; Imperial Theatre, Tokyo, Japan. Films include: Bender, Mighty Joe Young; Leo and Loree; Sundays; Paul’s Promise. CD’s: Midnight Caravan; Up Jumped Spring; Taking a Chance. Upcoming: In the Mood.

    “Purl cuts loose with all the authority of a seasoned jazz vocalist…she is mesmerizing” --London Times