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PHILADELPHIA: "Get Pegged Cabaret"

PHILADELPHIA: "Get Pegged Cabaret"

Company:

Co-curated and hosted by John Jarboe

Location:

FringeArts

Dates:

Friday, December 16, 2016 - 10:30pm

Tickets:

http://fringearts.com/event/get-pegged-cabaret-6/

Company:
Co-curated and hosted by John Jarboe

Like a poison cookie—tempting and treacherous, pleasing and perilous—Get Pegged Cabaret lures you inside a reimagined La Peg, then jumps you with unrestrained intimacy and performance. Each night features uncensored and stimulating entertainment from the sexy, satirical, daring, delightful, queer, and most dangerous performers from Philadelphia, New York, and beyond.

Get Pegged on the third Friday of every month from September-December at FringeArts. Co-curated and hosted by John Jarboe (Artistic Director of the Bearded Ladies Cabaret).

December artists: Penny Arcade: Longing Lasts Longer 

 

Get Pegged (n.)

1. An act of love-making that involves a woman wearing a [redacted] and [redacted] her male partner.

ex.   Jane pegged John last night – I bet he won’t be able to sit down for a week!

2. A monthly cabaret series at La Peg, curated by John Jarboe that will make you feel like you are being [redacted] by someone wearing a [redacted].

ex.    I went to Get Pegged Cabaret last night!  I bet I won’t be able to sit down for a week!

La Peg stage

Standing Room: $5
Table: $15 per seat*


*Tables must be bought in full. Therefore, a 4-seat table costs $60. Additionally, each person is required to order a $15 minimum of food or drink from La Peg.

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