A Cappella, Vocal group, Standup Comedy, Comic, Roving, Strolling Act
Bodacious Ladyhood has been singing in the Puget Sound area since 2002, with venues ranging from local cabaret to private parties to coffee shops and corporate functions. They were most recently heard on NPR as a special guest of "A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor" during a live performance at the Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery. Their repertoire includes a vast range of styles including folk, ‘60s girl group, humor, rock, jazz and swing.
David Edward-Hughes of Talkin' Broadway calls them “vibrant-voiced chanteuses” and “a must see.” JJ DeWitt of SeattleActor.com says Bodacious Ladyhood “create[s] an evening of showstopping entertainment.” With humor and variety as their hallmarks, Bodacious Ladyhood continues to delight audiences as they head into their second decade together.