What is Erotic? 3rd Annual Benefit for The 418 Project
What Is Erotic?, individual, duet and group performance enters a world of play and innuendo. Edgy, tender, sexy and silly, performances expose the vast range of human desire and diversity.
Shimmy Boyles', slam poet, performs an original piece. Mike Rienstra of Rocky Horror Picture Show, says of Shimmy Boyles "If you do the show, can you be sure and have someone near by me breathing, so I remember to do that?"
Jennifer Daniels, the voice of Audrey II, in Cabrillo Colleges recent production of Little Shop of Horrors, belts out her rendition of Nina Simones, Do I Move You?.
Jeff Dinnell, of Sowat TV and Libbey Blumberg, give us a little lesson, in Lap Dance 101.
And many others!
Between acts, planetary beings hover and cavort through the 418 Project. At intermission attendees can relax, interact with cosmic entities or enjoy erotic pastimes. The cabaret climaxes with a ritual group finale.
What Is Erotic? is a cabaret for the senses, aimed to awaken both the voyeur and participant. What Is Erotic? is one weekend in which to explore questions like: What is juicy? What is alive? What pushes our buttons? in the most intimate and provocative matters. What Is Erotic? features a cast of over twenty-five artists, What Is Erotic? journeys from the galactic to the molecular, mythological and the mundane, the bizarre and the conventional, the ritual and the spiritual aspects of Erosof Passion, Life and Love.
The 418 Project
418 Front St.
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|