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Denver Arts Week: Dixie Longate packs plastic and bullpucky in Dixie's Tupperware Party

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The Tupperware will be real, all real, when the participatory tour-de-force Dixie's Tupperware Party returns to the Garner Galleria Theatre tonight for another hi-larious repeat run, just in time for the holidays. And like the contents kept in Tupperware, Dixie Longate, the larger-than-life, big-haired, trailer-trash star who struts out on stage to hawk her plasticware, also keeps very well.

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Today Dixie returns to the Galleria, giving away stories and prizes at breakneck speed, and she's so happy to be back that she made this video:

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