RR_S13E04 - 30 years of Brian Sanders’ JUNK
Manage episode 339707857 series 1076351
$30,000 Fundraising initiative.
The funds raised will allow JUNK to provide equitable access for the community by providing free and discounted ticketing for artists and LGBTQIA and HIV+ communities.
Thu, Sep 8, 2022 Sat, Sep 17, 2022
Concourse Dance Bar (map)
Lust for exposure and success turns… TRAGIC.
Set in an underground shopping mall turned nightclub, Junk’s newest experience, Luster, reveals the twisted nature of reality show competition and begs the question, “Where do we draw the line?”
Luster gives patrons a behind-the-scenes look into the making of TRAGIC, a streaming show where aspiring reality TV producers are looking to make their mark in the edgy new world of internet reality TV. Luster begins by giving audiences a look behind the camera during a live broadcast of the TRAGIC Season Two finale featuring five competing teams.
The plotline begins after Season One, which featured off-the-wall ideas with a cast of circus performers who competed in front of a crowd on equipment and apparatuses they had never used before. Season Two's production team needs to find new ways to create a show filled with even more outrageous and dangerous layers of competition. In the inaugural season of TRAGIC, every on-camera accident made ratings jump. The more the performers suffered mentally and physically, the more people tuned in. This year, producers and sponsors want something sexy and erotic, gritty but graceful. TRAGIC centers on pushing the envelope, with contestants focused on driving high ratings with provocative and daring performances.
Emotions will run high as five teams, StripperX, Face Punch, The Inappropriators, Gothic Drip, and the Gayties, battle it out to compete for a top-secret first-place prize. Luster audiences are encouraged to vote for their favorite team but with caution, as there is always a twist on TRAGIC.
Saturday, January 21, 2023
Our annual fundraiser
Fri, Mar 10, 2023 Sun, Mar 12, 2023
The Philadelphia Orchestra
Experience the great Russian composer Rodion Shchedrin’s Carmen Suite as never seen before, with the help of the riveting Philadelphia-based dance company Brian Sanders’ JUNK. The dance theme continues with Stravinsky’s Firebird Suite, a colorfully melodic and spectacular score written for the Ballets Russes that made an overnight star of the young composer.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: https://briansandersjunk.com