Sunday, April 28, 2019
Rescheduled from September 28, 2018
Showtime: 3:00pm (doors 2:00pm)
$69, $49, $29

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Vicki Lawrence and Mama: A Two-Woman Show

Due to a scheduling conflict with Vicki Lawrence’s new comedy series on Fox called “The Cool Kids,” the upcoming Vicki Lawrence engagement at the St. George Theatre has been rescheduled from Friday, September 28, 2018 at 8 PM to Sunday, April 28, 2019 at 3 PM.

 Original tickets will be honored for the new date. Ticketholders do not need to exchange their tickets if they plan to attend the new show.

 If unable to attend on the new date, refunds will be issued upon request until Friday, August 17, 2018 at the original point of purchase, via Ticketmaster or the St. George Theatre Box Office.

Thank you for your understanding; we apologize for any inconvenience to you.


Emmy Award- winning comedienne Vicki Lawrence is one of the most beloved television personalities of her generation. Plucked out of total obscurity as a high school senior, Vicki went on to become part of the now-legendary cast of “The Carol Burnett Show.” “I went to the Harvard School of Comedy in front of America,” says Ms. Lawrence of her Burnett Show training.

In the seventh season, and hundreds of hilarious sketches later, at the ripe, old age of 24, Vicki created her most endearing character to date, Thelma Harper, or “Mama” as she is better known to her fans. After the Burnett Show, Vicki went on to star in “Mama’s Family,” which consistently topped the ratings for its entire six-year run of original shows. “Mama” has attained almost a cult status among her legions of loyal television viewers.

Ms. Lawrence decided that the time is right to take Mama out of the closet, dust off her sensible shoes and hit the road with her new touring production, Vicki Lawrence and Mama: A Two-Woman Show.

Ms. Lawrence takes the stage first. “My show is not a retrospective,” she explains. It is a mixture of stand-up comedy, music and my observations about real life.” The multi-talented entertainer is mostly known for her acting and comedic talents, but she also earned a gold record for the 1973 hit, “The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia.”