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This 45-minute show will have you dancing and singing along to  songs made famous by some of the greatest altos in music,  film, and stage, including Ethel Merman, Amy Winehouse, Cher, and more!

Digital Program

Thank you for attending tonight's performance of Bottoms Up! 

This is a 45-minute show with no intermission

A few things to note:

  • Please make sure to pick up a cup at the door, as you will be asked to "toast" throughout the evening! This show is most often performed on cruise ships where drinks are served inside the venue itself, so raise your (empty) glasses high when prompted! (No actual food or drink is allowed in the theater this evening.)

  • This performance will be filmed and photographed for promotional purposes, but no audience members' faces will be in frame, gorgeous though you all are. However, these are some of my favorite songs to perform, and I do want to hear you out there! Feel free to sing, laugh, clap, boogie, chee hoo, and shimmy to your heart's content.

  • Tonight's performance is free to attend, but if you are compelled to donate, you are of course welcome to! You can do so through Venmo or CashApp, or tossing crumpled singles directly onto the stage. 😉

Meet The Team


Barrie (she/her) is a SoCal native who came to O'ahu via New York City two years ago. She has been performing nearly all her life, both in the US and abroad, as well as aboard multiple cruise ships as a singer in production casts for nearly 10 years. 

In 2022, she debuted her first solo show, Island Girl, all about her Hawaiian heritage, at NYC's Green Room 42. Shortly thereafter, she moved to Hawai'i and was signed by Don Casino Entertainment Agency as a Guest Artist, performing aboard cruise ships again, but this time as a solo act (and with no crew duties!). Bottoms Up! is her second solo show that she also performs on ships as a Guest Artist, which has been a hit with audiences all over the Pacific.

Locally, Barrie has appeared at Diamond Head Theater as a Wicked Stepsister in Cinderella, as a therapist and an entitled horror movie victim as part of the Hawai'i Comedy Festival, and as a Hawaiian wedding singer at multiple weddings in hotels throughout Waikiki.

Barrie wishes to thank Farrington High School and Miguel Cadoy III for their help in making tonight a reality, as well as Rachel (lights) and Emma (sound/video) and the deck crew for all their hard work. She would also like to thank Dan (and Tony) for being her biggest cheerleaders. Tonight would not have happened without their love and support.


sound designer

Emma  (She/They) is an audio engineer & sound designer based in Honolulu, HI. Her past works include The Last King of Bali (HSTC - Best Sound Design) & Chinee Japanee All Mix Up (Kennedy Theatre). 

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Vitamin B (he/him) is an award winning videographer based in Honolulu, Hawaii. He specializes in social media videography to be shared across all platforms! Learn more at 


lighting designer

Rachel (she/they) is an award-winning lighting designer and UH Mānoa grad. They have designed lighting for innumerable productions all over the island, and was recently nominated for a BroadwayWorld Hawai'i award for You're Not Really Sick at KOA.

deck crew

Jorrel (he/him) is a student at the University of Hawaii at Hilo, studying Aeronautical Science. His theatre career began here at W.R. Farrington High School with the Farrington Performing Arts Center, working his way backstage as a spotlight operator, lighting designer, and stage manager. His past credits include FPAC’s productions of Into the Woods, Mamma Mia, & The Little Mermaid.

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