“Not your grandmother's
Tupperware Party!”

-NBC Today Show

“Dixie is all smiles and sweet sugar!”
-Associated Press

“Pure theatrical bliss!”
-nytheatre.com

“Dixie could convince Rush Limbaugh
to buy an Obama T-shirt and wear it.
Highly entertaining and hilarious.”

-Charlotte Observer

“...a Southern-fried version of Dame Edna
...can we just say: What. A. Riot.”

- theday.com

“'Dixie's Tupperware Party'...
warm and fuzzy...empowerment
that will leave you
with lots of fun memories,
and perhaps also a pantry full of
very cool plastic crap”

- Cleveland.com

“Warm, sassy, and naughty...
she's a character who's so
friendly and joyous that you
just have to smile back
and join in the fun.”

- Phoenix New Times

“She's a floozy with a heart of gold.”
- Des Moines Register

“The women in the audience ate it up.
It is too funny a show to miss.”

- Broadwayworld Toronto

“This is a true Tupperware party,
and a phenomenally energetic persona
is at the helm.”

- Edge Lauderdale

“Improvisational comedy at it's best...
hilarious and as politically incorrect
as Bill Maher.”

- Birmingham News

“Beyond Dixie's infinite charm,
is the unexpectedly life-affirming,
girl-empowering message of her show.
It segues effortlessly from ribaldry
to wrenching our hearts with her
mini-history of the Tupperware party.”
5 STARS.

- Scotsman – Edinburgh Fringe

“Dixie is a champion of women of ideas.”
- Greenbay Press Gazette