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Sue Scott’s Island of Discarded Women with Mary M. Tjosvold and Yemi Love

Apr 4 | 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Dinner and cocktail seating and service begins 1 hour before showtimes.

Live Show And Podcast

Island of Discarded Women is a live show and podcast that is all about amplifying women’s voices via personal stories, social commentary, original music and special guest conversations. Special guest, Mary M. Tjosvold, the owner of Crooners, leads such a multifaceted life not only as an award winning business woman, but as a tireless humanitarian. Musical guest, Nigerian American Yemi Love, will be performing soulful original songs written from her heart.

Sue Scott Host
Mary M. Tjosvold Special Guest
Yemi Love Musical Guest
Stacey Dinner-Levin Guest Storyteller
Dae Yang Actor/Writer
Zippy Laske Singer/Songwriter

+ Live Real-Time Captioning available at this show. Bring your smartphones!

Creator, host Sue Scott is a veteran actor, who for 24 years was the female cast member on the public radio show A Prairie Home Companion. Since its creation in 2019, she has been thoroughly immersed in producing Island of Discarded Women. Mary M. Tjosvold is not only a successful entrepreneur as the owner of Crooners Supper Club, but is lauded for her humanitarian work locally and around the world. Mary’s tireless advocasy has focused on eliminating violence toward women, ending child trafficking, preserving the environment, and eliminating torture. She has been awarded countless awards for her humanitarianism. Yemi Love is a Nigerian American singer/songwriter with a rich, distinctive and soulful voice, known and loved by connoisseurs of contemporary adult urban soul for delivering lyrics exploring the various dimensions of love. A recording artist for almost 20 years, Yemi has been nominated for countless awards, has been commissioned to write music for film and has collaborated with Grammy award winning Nigerian artists.

“Island of Discarded Women…a popular happening dedicated to the idea that women’s voices must be heard.” –Chris Hewitt, Star Tribune


Crooners Main Stage
6161 Hwy 65 NE
Minneapolis, MN 55432 United States

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