HEADPHONE, LA’s butchy boylesque cabaret evening of music, intimate dance numbers and provocative film celebrates rising heat and less clothing with a summer run at Fubar in West Hollywood and a quick return fling at Oasis in San Francisco. For this seasonal engagement Headphone with be “Burning Up” on Madonna Night in June, getting hotter than “Backdraft: The Musical” on Broadway Night in July and setting “Heaven On Fire” with a hot Rock n Roll Night in August.
- Sat, June 27, 2015 – “Madonna Night” – Fubar, West Hollywood
- Sat, July 25, 2015 – “Broadway Night” – Fubar, West Hollywood
- ⇒Thurs, August 27, 2015 – “Headphone @ Club Mother!” – Oasis, San Francisco
- Sat, August 29, 2015 – “Rock n Roll Night” – Fubar, West Hollywood
- Fubar, 7994 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA, 90046. Doors 8pm / Show 9pm, $5
- ⇒ Oasis, 298 11th St., San Francisco, CA, 94114. Show at 8pm, $5
Featuring JASTEN KING and as your host and emcee and a cast of recurring performers including:
- MARCOS AGUIRRE
- ZACHARIAH GRIFFIN
- DEVIN TAIT & THE TRAITORS
- ERIC DELORETTA
- GREGORY BARNETT
- WES WOULD
- HAUTE COQUE
- DIAMONDBACK ANNIE
- GABE DECASTRO
- JUSTO LEON
- BEN CUEVAS
- GLENN KESSLER
- SEBASTAIN ARANGO
- JESSE GONZALEZ
- MARC NUNEZ
- RICKY REBEL
- TREVOR WAYNE
- MATT CHANEY
- JOHN ROECKER
- NICOLAS LAM
Please join us for this slutty little boylesque show that keeps growing bigger!
Created and produced by host Jasten King in 2011, HEADPHONE is Hollywood’s first all-boy cabaret entertainment show. Incorporating a rotating line-up of original dancers, musicians, comedy, art, video, monologues & more in an “anything goes” atmosphere, this monthly show began at the Moving Arts theatre in Silverlake, and continues to travel to various cities & events. Headphone is now runs in regular rotations to consistently packed houses at Fubar in West Hollywood.
ABOUT JASTEN KINGA man of many talents, Jasten King can be found behind the DJ booths at the Burgundy Room, the Faultline or Revolver, which coincidentally runs his video montage work round-the-clock. Some nights you’ll catch him trying out new material at LA’s comedy hotspots. Other nights he’s at screening some of his films like “Ouroboros” – winner of the 2013 Hump! Festival or the new transgender documentary, “Finding Kim“. The lure of music can drag him on to stages with the bands he’s played guitar for or fronted. Sometimes it all comes together like in “CHARLIE! The Death of Nancy Fullforce” (Los Angeles Fringe Festival’s “Best Musical” 2011), the Alt-Rock murder mystery musical he wrote and starred in and is currently adapting to a screenplay.
Chances are if he’s not doing one of the above, he’s at home – passed out in the loving embrace of his precious Pug, Miss Squid.
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