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EAT ME! A Variety Show: Dance Takeover

EAT ME! A Variety Show: Dance Takeover


Kinetic Cabaret Productions


BIZARRE Bushwick
12 Jefferson St.
Brooklyn, NY 11206


Saturday, July 14, 2018 - 8:00pm



Kinetic Cabaret Productions

The Brides of Burlesque & Kinetic Cabaret Productions present:

EAT ME! A Variety Show

Saturday July 14th, 2018
Doors 8:00pm, Show 8:30pm

The Brides of Burlesque and Kinetic Cabaret Productions present an evening of fierce, unapologetic dance at Bizarre Bushwick! The July installment of EAT ME! A Variety Show brings the art of dance up-close for a visceral nightlife experience, featuring KineticArchitecture Dance Theatre, under the Direction of Arrie and Meg Bronson-Davidson, along with dancers Dara Swisher, Brittany Posas, Chiu-yi Chiang, Tara Lynn Steele, and Ae Andreas. The company has been described as "outrageous, boundary-bending, risqué, somewhat incomprehensible, and undeniably entertaining" - criticaldance.org. Guest stars include The Brides performing their signature cirque duo acrobatics, Vic Sin bringing her unique brand of drag meets dance, and the operatic mania of Shelly Watson.  

Critically acclaimed and award winning choreographer Arrie Bronson-Davidson aka Faux Pas le Fae will bring several of her works to the stage.
This dynamic evening includes audience favorite "Rose Ballet" from DIAGHILESQUE, the stirring "Throne Ballet" from Wonder/Through the Looking Glass Houses, and the world premiere of "Twisting" from Twisters & Witches. 

Advanced tickets:
Pre-sale tickets are available at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/eat-me-a-variety-show-dance-takeover-tickets-47155182420.

Ticket holders are guaranteed a seat, however choice of seating is first come, first serve. Show starts promptly at 8:30pm. Latecomers will be seated at the usher’s discretion.

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