But Briefs is equal parts acrobatic, drag, circus and cabaret, all with an Aussie sensibility (think sparkling mankinis bearing the Australian flag and a raffle with an interactive prize). Hailing from Ipswich and with no shortage of appropriately wild.
Circa and worked with cabaret singer Meow Meow, is the reigning King of Boylesque at the Vegas Burlesque Hall of Fame and famed for his high-camp birdbath act. If you sit in the front rows, be prepared to get wet. Briefs' circus-cum-vaudevillian burlesque.
In 2017, ARTISTIC NEW DIRECTIONS will present a night of shorts, a powerhouse piece about a radical lawyer, and one of the most unique theatrical events - ever. The production will play February 1-12, 2017, at Theatre 54, 244 West 54th Street, NYC. By.
14A Woody Allen claims to ignore reviews, but you have to wonder with an anodyne effort ... had thought was long deceased — giving an interview about her life as a cabaret singer at a time when, amid a macho culture, her non-traditional looks and style.
Cabrilllo Playhouse's take on the Tony Award winning musical “ Cabaret ” opened Sept. 15 and continues through Oct. 8 at 202 Avenida Cabrillo, San Clemente. Set in Berlin, it explores bohemian lifestyles during the final days of Germany's Republic before.
Briefs is back, six muscular and uninhibited men ... it’s an honour for them to accept the invitation to the big Cabaret Festival and they can come and come again as far as we are concerned.
Two liquor stores were robbed, hours apart, in Fullerton late Tuesday and in Santa Ana early Wednesday ... Surveillance video shows the clerk running away and being chased by the robber. A brief scuffle broke out, and the robber removed a portion of.
The Arden Theatre in Philadelphia chose “Cabaret” to lead off its 30th anniversary season and Barrymore Award winning director Matthew Decker and his multitalented cast quickly make it clear that current national politics will inform and engage this.
Just over 50 years after its debut, “Cabaret” hasn’t lost the power to seduce and ... because of its leering bump-and-grind bisexuality, brief nudity and dark themes.
The touring of Broadway’s “An American in Paris” starts this week; solid dramas include the Rachel Bonds play “Curve of Departure” and the brief engagement of Ingmar ... (Nelson Pressley) Read the review Dec. 14-31 at Keegan Theatre, 1742 Church.