On November 22 in San Francisco, Bass Cabaret: the Queen of Pearls’ Mad Tea Party came to life, based on the classic Lewis Carroll novels “Alice in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking Glass.” This interactive show and theme party boasted burlesque acts portraying favorite characters from the novels such as the Cheshire Cat and the Jabberwocky as well as some new ones including the Queen of Spades and the Queen of Pearls herself (played by Party Girl Pearl). This seventh… Read Post ›
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Bass Cabaret Interviews Liquid Love Drops a.k.a. Jocelyn [Club Exotica /Serpent’s Lair / Get Freaky / Booty Trap]
Pronounced Jocelyn with a long ‘O’, Liquid Love Drops, also known by the moniker Love Jocelyn is a long-time DJ who has produced several popular underground, electronic music events in the San Francisco Bay Area like Get Freaky, Booty Trap, and Club Exotica. This Mills-educated creatress and hustler has also tried her hand in original music production, some of which she intends to exclusively feature at Bass Cabaret: Queen of Pearls’ Mad Tea Party this weekend. While Jocelyn has a… Read Post ›
Producer and designer “PartyGirl” Pearl has been throwing theme parties for as long as she can remember. The name Pearl was given to her on the playa at Burning Man in 2011 (the same year as the dubstep invasion) and she carried it into the default world when she began taking burlesque classes with Bombshell Betty and Red Hots Burlesque. The “PartyGirl” part was added for irony, as both an attendee and a producer of parties. As a burlesque performer,… Read Post ›
As designers and purveyors of the slow fashion movement, as well as skilled multimedia artists and music producers, power couple Jillian Ann and Cassidy Haley, co-creators of the brand and lifestyle company RITUAL Fashion have brought together their love of music and alternative fashion to create an unforgettable stage experience. Jillian and Cassidy found time to talk to us between a decompression session at a Korean bath house and prepping dinner at their home in Los Angeles. These seemingly otherworldly… Read Post ›
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 12, 2014 — In the wake of October’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month, an initiative organized by Bass Cabaret proves that there is such a thing as partying with a purpose. The variety-show-turned-dance party, now in its seventh installment, features burlesque dancers, bass music, and interactive areas at every show, but their November 22 event will do much more than that by encouraging guests to support women’s empowerment initiatives. The tea itself will be free, but… Read Post ›
As we mourn the loss of the 7-year-old Uptown Nightclub in Oakland who is closing its doors later this week, it is important to remember that this could have been prevented. At last night’s farewell Hubba Hubba Revue show, the audience was packed in like sardines in a brilliant show of support by the Bay Area burlesque community. Emcee Jim Sweeney aka Kingfish remarked that if everyone had been showing up in such great numbers all along, the Uptown would… Read Post ›