Friday, January 18, 2019

Cabaret Provocateur - Rhapsody in Deco Tour

Cabaret Provocateur - Rhapsody in Deco Tour
Saturday, January 26, 2019 at 6:00 PM SLT.

Cabaret Provocateur is proud to announce the next stop on their grid-wide tour of Rhapsody in Deco: The House of the Rising Sun. Saturday, January 26, 2019 at 6:00 PM SLT.

Rhapsody in Deco is the latest show from choreographer Kerri Sanchez. Hearkening back to the days of Prohibition, Women's Suffrage, and Swing this show brings back the Jazz age with contemporary artist like Dimie Cat, Diana Krall and Postmodern Juke Box plus some classics from Fred Astaire and Ertha Kitt. With acts that take you through a bank heist, New York's social ballrooms, a Maxfiel Parrish fantasy and a swinging speakeasy.

Featuring our fabulous Provocateur dancers, Brooke Fiftyone, Anneke Sanchez, Sami Chauveau, Lonigale Sweetbutter, Chagen Sanchez and of course Kerri. With guest DJ and host, Alobar Valeska celebrating his 29th twenty-ninth birthday. This show has been described as "Epic," "Classic" and "Boobies" by various critics.

Rhapsody in Deco features full female nudity, please be advised and act accordingly.

Adult Sim, On-stage Nudity.

Come see the show

Two Debauche shows this weekend!

19th January at 1pm slt @ Club Cherry

 Debauche are so very pleased to be coming back to the delightful venue of Club Cherry.

  This wonderful club is owned by the really truly amazing lady Cherry.
     Please come as Debauche continue rolling out fantastic, spectacular even been called new  routines along with few firm favorites. Really promises to be another awesome and fun filled. highly skilled show. But aren't all Debauche shows this?

Please come early for best seats

19th January at 1pm slt @ Club Cherry

Come see the show!


20th January at 1 pm slt at House of Jana

This is always one of the firm favorites of all the venues Debauche are so lucky to dance at.

 The recently named Erin Community Theater after our dear passed dancer Erin GoBraghless who shall always be fondly remembered is the venue. We are always well received and cared for by the lovely people at HOJ.
 Please come along and join in as Debauche once again dance risque, sexy, even naughty but always so very Classy

Come see the show!

Oasis Dancers

Oasis Dancers
January 20th, 12 pm SLT noon

This weekend we return to the beautiful people at Babylon Berlin. We look forward to the show and hope to see YOU too for creative entertainment and a performance of many themes and colors.

Come see the show

Thursday, January 17, 2019

... a little too far?

Larger Debauche Sticker

Got a new car recently.
Figured it needed a little classy.
(And I look good in black.)

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Elysium Cabaret - Welcome to The Weekend!

If it’s Friday, it’s Elysium Cabaret! Fancy some imagination in a fun social setting? In The Empire Room at Copperhead Road, every Friday at 6pm SLT the dynamic performers of Elysium Cabaret take the stage to bring you a solid hour of entertainment! Featuring elaborate sets, stunning costumes and choreography sequenced to an eclectic genre of music, Elysium Cabaret offers something for everyone. 
Grab your friends and get there early because the sim fills. Come celebrate Friday!

We also offer a ‘best of the past month’ matinèe the last Saturday of every month at 1pm SLT, for our friends who can’t make it to our Friday evening shows. See you there!

This week’s show features 
  • Babypea
  • Dear
  • Hailie
  • Nara
  • Storm
  • Denyaii
  • Jo
  • Anu
  • and Bella on crowd dances. 
Welcome to the weekend!



IMAGE open this Sunday 

♥January 20th

...... ♥ * Line up for this Sunday*♥.......
・Yougao Destiny "JUDGEMENT"
・Coyume Melody "Spring breeze"
・Sakurasakujp "Ride On ver2"
・Xia Xute "Forest Concert"
・Special Guest ღ ℛນℳນ ღ (rumutan)-Arty " Snow Clock"

 ♣Team Dance♣
・Misse Tigerpaw  " Stargazers"

DJ: HANKU Babii☆.。.:*・゜
FloorStaff:Diawa & Nara


Come see the show!

Tiggy Freestyle

Freestyle dance event incl. 30 minutes particle show I will be dj'ing bringing the best music and master the dance hud, or dance on the hud of someone else. 

Practice your freestyle skills

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

*NEW* DQ Challenge Show Sign Ups

Sign ups are now open for our new challenge show! Here's details:
The show is Saturday, April 20th 2019 @1pm SLT
Rehearsals are Sun April 14th 10am and 6pm SLT

You will pick a number between 1 and 30.  That number will correlate to someone in history.  You may not like the person you get.  You may know little to nothing about the person.  Your challenge is to research that person a bit, visit Google and Wikipedia, then create a dance inspired by that person.  The dance does NOT have to be that person's history!  It does NOT have to tell that person's story.  It can simply be a dance that conveys that person's attitude, or one that expresses that person's essence or impact on history and life, it can simply convey how that person makes you feel... it is entirely up to you how you choose to express that person.  No changing who your person is... this is a challenge, so no swapsies.  Good luck!  Have fun with it.


  • Sign up cards are in the Dance Queens Info Center in the poster with the above image. Please contact Web Sass to choose your number and receive your historic figure then submit your card with your name in title to reserve your spot in the show and resubmit card when you have all your details filled in. Only 12 spots open!

  • This show will be DJ'd by Ame Starostin, Hosted by B.B. Schmooz and Directed By Web and Babypea. Any questions or concerns please contact one of us.

Monday, January 14, 2019

Crystal Edge

Crystal Edge



TIME-------3.00 PM SLT
LOCATION -----                       



Come see the show

Sunday, January 13, 2019

Misfit Dance & Performance Art presents: Misfit Follies

Misfit Dance & Performance Art presents:
    Misfit Follies
                 ~ a showcase of Theater Dance Art
               Come join the fun!   
  - LIVE dancing on the big stage with full costumes, fun sets, and awesome music ~  Think BROADWAY in SL! 

January 2019 -  3 performance dates
  • Wed Jan 16         7 PM  SL Showtime
  • Wed Jan 30           7 PM  SL  Showtime
  • Friday  Jan 25        10 AM SL  Showtime

Happy 2019 everyone!   We are so excited to be back and ready to rock our Theater Dance Art shows for you!

We have a super fun show with many Fan Favs lined up and here are the details!


On Pointe
Queens of DeNile
Cloud Castles
So Spaced Out
Bear in the Mirror
Butterfly Strong - Our Fight Against Cancer Tribute

Come experience our Misfit Dance Cam HUD -  where you  wear a little HUD button  and WE - control what you see!   It's like a video LIVE on stage -  so amazing    =)

  Please arrive early to guarantee your seat and to allow our animations and special effects to preload in your viewer.

          Misfit Dance & Performance Art -  eXpect the uneXpected!
    Misfit Forest Theater

Saturday, January 12, 2019

Performer invitation to Fantasy Faire 2019

Performer invitation to Fantasy Faire 2019

It is that time of year when magic wake again. Growing under the frosted covers, the Faire Lands are slowly starting to come alive in this years incarnations.
And we want YOU to come and help bring them to life.

If you and your group of dancing friends have a soft spot for magic and fantasy and would like to share your performances with the Faire travelers, the Fantasy Faire is looking to fill a 10-day long program of Festivities and we would love to have YOU join us!

Dance, theater, particle shows or other kind of performances are all welcome to apply. What we ask is that it follows the general Faire rules and has a "fantasy theme".

Fantasy Faire is a Relay for Life charity event that happens yearly in SL in the later part of April. It keeps setting records each year and is one of the biggest events that occur in SL.
Want to know more about Fantasy Faire? Check this link of what we were up to previous years:

The blog site will be updated shortly to prepare for this year's celebrations.

This year the general program of the Fantasy Faire will be set between April 18th and April 28th.


Fill out this form and return to Aelva Resident by February the 28th.
Hope to see you at the Faire!

- - - - - - - - - -

Group/ Performer name:

Number of performers:
(A full list of participating performers will be asked for later.)

Show Name:

Show theme:

Show length:
(We are looking for shows at about 1 hour. )

DJ name:


Tell us a little about you:

Links to blog, facebook, flickr:

Show days and times you would like to perform, in SL time:

(If you want to do more than one show, that is great, fill in all options
possible and we will try to fit everybody in as best we can. Keep in mind that the weekend times have some major Faire events too and are usually popular in demand.)

Thursday April 18th:

Friday April 19th:

Saturday April 20th:

Sunday April 21st:

Monday April 22nd:

Tuesday April 23rd:

Wednesday April 24th:

Thursday April 25th:

Friday April 26th:

Saturday April 27th:

Sunday April 28th:

Anything else you would like us to know? Fill in below:

Send a copy of this notecard to Aelva Resident, no later than February 28th to apply. Don´t forget to change the title of the notecard to include your group's name so I can find you in inventory:)

Hope to see you at the Faire!

Club IMAGE this Sunday!

IMAGE open this Sunday 

♥January 13th

...... ♥ * Line up for this Sunday*♥.......
 Misse Tigerpaw "The Abyss"
 Diawa Bellic"Oiran"
 Yougao Destiny": In the cage"
 Coyume Melody" Monochoria"
 HANKU Babii"Nobunaga"
 Sakurasakujp"Eternal Cycle of Birth"

 ♣Team Dance♣
 Setsuna Hirano"Longing for spring"

DJ: HANKU Babii☆.。.:*・゜
FloorStaff:Nara Xia


Come see the show!

Friday, January 11, 2019

Oasis Dancers New Years Show

Oasis Dancers New Years Show
 January 13th, 12 pm SLT noon

Come see the show

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Two Debauche shows this weekend!

Saturday 12th January, 1pm SLT, Azotar

Come join Debauche as we once again visit this wonderful theater in a truly wonderful sim full of wonderful people. Always a lively atmosphere with a lively crowd.

We unveil more brand new material this weekend and are buzzing with excitement for this show.

Debauche - sexy, a little naughty, and always classy.

Come find out xxxx

Saturday 12th January 1pm SLT

Come see the show!


Sunday 13th January, 1pm SLT Tuscany

We return to Tuscany, a beautiful sim, full of fun and excitement. And on Sunday, full of debauchery -  of the classy kind, naturally.

Yet more new routines unveiled at this lovely theater. Hope you can join us there.

A little naughty a lot sexy, always classy. That's US!!!

Tuscany 13th January 1pm SLT

Come see the show!

Ballet Pixelle Auditions

Ballet Pixelle Auditions
Sunday, January 13 at 4:30 pm

Ballet Pixelle will be auditioning dancers and interviewing crew on Sunday, January 13 at 4:30 pm!   (Callbacks Wednesday, January 16) at 4:30 pm).  This is the *only* audition in 2019!  Please read the information (and see auditions on and submit your application ASAP!  Applications are due by Friday, January 11.  Good luck!

Apply today!

Elysium Cabaret - Welcome to the Weekend!

If it’s Friday, it’s Elysium Cabaret! Fancy some imagination in a fun social setting? In The Empire Room at Copperhead Road, every Friday at 6pm SLT the dynamic performers of Elysium Cabaret take the stage to bring you a solid hour of entertainment! 

Featuring elaborate sets, stunning costumes and choreography sequenced to an eclectic genre of music, Elysium Cabaret offers something for everyone. Grab your friends and get their early because the sim fills. Come celebrate Friday!

We also offer a ‘best of the past month’ matinèe the last Saturday of every month at 1pm SLT, for our friends who can’t make it to our Friday evening shows. See you there!

This week’s show features:
  • Web
  • Jilley
  • Sarah
  • Adam
  • Corri
  • Nadi
  • Mikiko
  • Elayn
  • and Lina on crowd dances. 
Welcome to the weekend!

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Dance Queens Challenge Show

Saturday Jan 12th 2019 at 2pm SLT
This challenge is called, Hold My Hand "I Will Take You There."
Choreographers picked a number between 1 and 21, each number correlates to a sim. Participants visited that sim, and used that to inspire a dance. It didn't have to be a duplicate of the sim visited. Just inspired by what they experienced, saw, heard, and felt when they were visiting it. 11 acts of all skill levels to entertain you!

Performances by:
  • 1. Dear
  • 2. Adam & Bella
  • 3. Britt
  • 4. Elayn
  • 5. Azdra
  • 6. Gracie
  • 7. Sarah
  • 8. Babypea
  • 9. Alexis
  • 10. In Motion
  • 11. Lina

Come get a glimpse of what the choreographers did creatively with the sim they were given. It will be a fun show! Come early as we usually fill.

Your ride to the stage!

The Sirens Call - A Beginning for the New Dancer, Post 9 - Freestyling, Transitions, Tempo Changes, Hits and More!

A series of posts sharing my own beliefs, methods, and suggestions for the new dancer.  As with anything I say or teach - QUESTION EVERYTHING!  There are many different approaches and methods to dance.  From all you learn, all you experience, strive to create your own methods, ideas, and knowledge.  Unique and in your own voice.

Disclaimer:  The author of this article wishes to point out, in case it was not already embarrassingly, ridiculously obvious, that the opinions expressed belong solely to the author and they do not represent in any way those of Dance Queens, Dance Queens members, any affiliations, friends, non-friends, the guy in the 3rd row, or management.  If you must...EvaHarley bio

Welcome, welcome, welcome to the wonderful, crazy, consuming and thrilling adventure called dance here in Second Life!  Perhaps you've been bitten by the bug or wonder what all the hullabaloo is about?  Step-by-step I will share what I know of creating a dance performance and self-expression.  The stage is your canvas, the dancers your paint.  What story will you tell through your creation?

Previous posts:

Post 1 - An Introduction to Dance
Post 2 - Observation, Learning Style, and Inspiration
Post 3 - What is this Choreo Thing and Choosing Music
Post 4 - Animations
Post 5 - Basic Skills Needed Before Working with an Animation HUD
Post 6 - Animation HUDs!  It's time to move it, move it
Post 7 - Learning Your HUD, Animations and Caching
Post 8 - Beginning to Choreograph

As we explore the process of creating your own dance performance, you will find that I follow a certain flow and focus heavily on building a strong foundation.  I love tools, gadgets, particles, and anything else that gives that extra bit of oomph which enhances my dance.  In time, these will also be introduced in this blog series.  I believe strongly that choreography is the core element in creating a dance - the animations chosen, how they are linked together, and those infinitesimal changes, transitions, pauses, and poses that express the music.  Amazing choreography can be performed in front of nothing more than a black screen and still draw the audience in and take their breath away.

If you've been following along, you should now have a piece of music selected and have a number of animations from a variety of stores and dance packs loaded into a fresh choreography HUD.

Getting the Party Started - Freestyling

I've mentioned freestyling here and there.  What is it?  Freestyling is kicking on the music, slipping on your animation HUD(s), and selecting animations in the moment - just dance!  It's spontaneous - completely based on feel, rhythm, gut instinct, and knowledge of your animations.  No focus on animation names, no recording, no taking notes.  It's just dancing and going with it!  If an animation doesn't work, go to the next one!  If a transition is rough - that's ok, make a mental note and just dance!

Whyyyyy?   (I can hear you asking that now - btw)  Freestyling your chosen animations to your song gives you the opportunity to relax into the music, play with your animations, get a feel for how the animations flow and how they look as you really dance to the music.  This is your time to see the big picture, really feel and move to the music all the way through before you focus on the individual pieces.

Spend some time freestyling - at least 4 or 5 times all the way through.  As you do, you may find pieces starting to come together naturally - an animation that looks great for the chorus, or an animation that just fits the start of the music, even a couple animations that look great together.  The more often you freestyle as part of your creativity process or just for fun, the more natural it will become to find animations that "hit" the music and add interest.

Key Concepts to Consider When Putting Together Your Choreography

Once you've started to get a general feel for how your dance can flow, it's time to start choreography.  At this stage, you are ready to start selecting individual animations to play during specific parts of the music.  This will become your sequence.

Key Concept #1:  Hits

A hit is when your movement emphasizes a specific point in the music.  This could be a stomp when the bass drum kicks, pressing your hands to your heart when the song says "heartbeat", clapping your hands during clapping in the music, etc.  The audience can see the hits and feel the emphasis.

Key Concept #2:  Holds

Don't discount poses within your choreography!  A hold is when you hold a pose and don't move within the music.  This can be very powerful when there is a pause within the music, a change to instrumental, etc.  It gives the feeling of waiting, of anticipation.  Using a starting pose and ending pose is pretty much a standard for choreography.  A hold is using a pose within the dance, or holding your starting pose after the music starts.

Key Concept #3:  Transitions

A transition is the point of changing from one animation to another, switching from animation A to animation B.  You generally want a smooth transition, for the audience to see your choreography as seamless and flowing.  Transitions can be a challenge because we are pretty much limited to the animations available, but smooth transitions can be done!  Watch the performances of different choreographers.  Can you pick out when they transition?  See how they flow from one to the next.  My personal goal when it comes to transitions is for the audience not to notice, that the body flows naturally from one animation to the next.  More on transitions below.

Key Concept #4:  Tempo

Tempo is the number of beats per minute, basically the "speed" of the song.  A high energy song will have a high number of beats per minute (bpm), a slow song will have a lower number of bpm.  Beats are the pulse of the music.  Different styles of dance will generally have a different standard tempo.  Example:  notice that hip hop movements generally won't work for latin music, the tempo is different and the movements just don't hit at the right time.  (Note: this doesn't mean hip hop animations can't or shouldn't be used for latin music choreography, it just means you may have to dig a little deeper to hit gold)

Key Concept #5:  Changes

Within the music there can be various kinds of changes.  For the purpose of choreography and this post, we will focus on "speed' changes and musical changes.  An example of a speed change would be when the music is upbeat then changes to soft and melancholic for a brief time.  Many songs are stories within themselves, and this change may reflect struggle, sadness, introspection, etc.  In the reverse, the song could have a standard speed then BAM! you're hit with a high intensity, knock your socks off moment in the music.  Other types of changes include transitioning from singing to instrumental in part of the music, or the change in instruments for that section - such as an orchestra in the background in addition to the guitars and drums.  Consider these changes in music when you choreograph your dance.  You will generally want to use these to change your choreography also - transition to soft flowing movements, or hit the audience with sudden big and powerful moves, or add a hold (see key concept #2).  Using changes in your dance adds interest, it re-focuses the audience attention, adds excitement, and helps convey the emotion of your dance.

You're having flashbacks to your music theory class in high school now aren't you?  Wondering what you've got yourself into?  Don't worry!  Be aware of what these concepts are, listen to your music, study your animations.  Using these concepts will become natural considerations as you continue to choreograph.  You'll know it, you'll feel it.  These same concepts apply when you dance around your kitchen in the real world - you just do it!  See?  Not so scary.

The Next Step - Breaking Down the Music and Putting Together a Sequence

So, you have a choreo hud with animations you think might work well for your dance.  You've freestyled to the music to get a feel for it, you have an idea of the message you'd like to convey, and you're familiar with the key concepts above.  Now is the time to get to work - aka "playing".  Playing is always so much more fun and relaxed - and this should be fun right?

Every choreographer has their own method for creating choreography.  I will share mine to consider, adapt, and even toss out the window.  Do what works for you!

When I create choreography, I break the song down into sections.  Some may do this on paper, some do it in their heads, I prefer to do it using a music program such as TROFF or Audacity.  TROFF is a free Chrome extension that was designed for learning music and creating choreography.  It allows you to add markers to the song timeline (think of a Facebook timeline, same thing basically - get married, get a dog, go on vacation, those are markers).  For music, I mark when the chorus begins and ends, when there's an instrumental piece in the middle, maybe special sounds like big drums.  I also mark groups of phrases.

What is a musical phrase?  A musical phrase is a short section of the music that has a musical sense of its own.  It basically sounds like a sentence or thought is being completed.  It is usually 4 measures, 4 counts of eight beats.  Let's look at the song "Let it Be"

[Phrase group]
When I find myself in times of trouble
Mother Mary comes to me
Speaking words of wisdom
Let it be

[Phrase group]
And in my hour of darkness
She is standing right in front of me
Speaking words of wisdom
Let it be

I've alternated the colors so that you can see the phrases.  Each phrase is like a sentence, a breath.  Two phrases together form a phrase group.  For more info on phrases, this is a great page:

Sounds a bit technical doesn't it?  It's not really.  I think most of us naturally feel and understand these sections of the music without thought.  The natural rhythm of the music.  I recommend creating your choreography in sections, generally a phrase group or two, the chorus, the instrumental piece, etc.  If I try to choreograph the entire song at once, I become overwhelmed.  To me, it's like a 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle.  If I try to solve the whole puzzle with a glance, after 10 minutes I give up and turn on the TV.  If I focus on putting together the border, I can solve it section by section.

My Flow:

  • Break the song down into sections - chorus, special changes, and phrase groups.
  • Notice any possible hits in the music - is there a cymbal, a distinct drumbeat, a special word?  keep these in mind as you test and select animations.
  • Use music playing software that allows you to repeat a section of the music.  TROFF and Audacity are two that I highly recommend and both are free.
  • Play the section of music, generally on repeat, and play the animations from your choreo HUD.  Watch and feel.  Does the animation fit that section of the music, convey what you want it to?  Does it have a special tip of the head that looks great and adds emphasis?  Does it feel right to you?
  • Don't forget the key concepts above!  Hits, Holds, Tempo, and Changes.
  • Have a notecard open, make a note of the animations that feel right for that section of music.  In that notecard, make a note of what section it's for.   I do this so I can remember when I go back.  (or I'm wondering "what was I thinking?????")   I usually have in my notecard:

    Times of Trouble
    animation A
    animation B
    animation C

    Hour of Darkness
    animation D
    animation E
    animation C
Remember, you are still narrowing down your animations for each section.  You won't be using this many animations in your final dance!  Depending on the animation and phrase groups, I may end up using animation B for both phrase groups - let it play.  I generally rough out my choreography first, then refine it.  First looking at it as individual sections then slowly piecing it together.

After you've narrowed down the animations, our next step is creating an "untimed" sequence - a list of animations in a specific order.  This is when you'll begin really refining the animations you use and how you transition.  Taking individual dance steps and making it into a single cohesive choreography piece.

Remember, every choreographer has their own method for creating choreography.  This is by far not the only way!  Learn all you can, follow the steps that work for you, observe many different choreographers, and develop your own methods.

Next post will focus completely on transitions and links.

Dance like there's no tomorrow!
~ Eva Harley

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Dancer Jargon?

Hi there, I'm back.

So, during Elayn's class tonight, the topic of Second Life dancer jargon came up.
Jargon (n) the technical terminology or characteristic idiom of a special activity or group
The first term that came up was "Ball Warmer." I believe that refers to someone who just puts on a costume and rides a mover as a dancer, doing nothing else.

What are some other terms that we use in dance?

Put them in the comments.

Sunday, January 6, 2019

MoonShadow Dancers in January!

MoonShadow Dancers
January 6th @ 4pm SLT
January 20th @ 4pm SLT

Welcome to the MoonShadow Dancers Theatre, a glorious Moroccan themed dance theatre that showcases some of the very best dancers & choreographers in Second Life. We are open every other Sunday at 4pm SLT. Come in and enjoy your Sunday with a show featuring elaborate sets, music & costumes while enjoying the sights and sounds of the Moroccan casbah. We can't wait to share our evening with you!

Come see the show!

Saturday, January 5, 2019

*New* Raffle For January

4 500L Gift cards from Cheeky Pea up for grabs this month at Dance Queens! Stop into the new Info Center and join for 50L for your chance to win! All proceeds go to help DQ maintain tier and activities. Cheeky Pea has lots of merchandise for home or set building and we are happy to support this business. 

Raffle ends last day of the month so get your entry in!

Dance Queens Shocase Sign Ups Open

It's that time again! Time to sign up to be a part of the next multi-troupe show. The scheduled date is Saturday, March 23rd at 1pm SLT. 

Spots will fill fast! Drop into the info center and hit the poster to get a performer card and return ASAP to hold your spot. Deadline for signups is whenever the slots are full, don't miss out on this opportunity! There is no theme for this show. Let's have some fun!
Submit cards to Web Sass

Friday, January 4, 2019

The Burlesque Dolls Return!

The Burlesque Dolls return this weekend to warm your winter nights. Scintillating acts designed to entice and allure from some of the best names in Second Life Burlesque. 

This month we bring you our dolls:
  • Queenie
  • Lina
  • Josephine
  • Nara
  • Gracie
  • Chrissy
  • and Bianka 
They will tempt and tease along with the dulcet tones of DJ Diamonique Viper. Guaranteed to tantalize with beautiful outfits, gorgeous sets and a fair amount of skin. 

Be there as the curtains open Saturday January 5th, 3 SLT at the Gypsy Rose Theater.

Atlantis Grand Theatre

The Atlantis Variety Hour
Thursday, January 10th @ 5pm slt.
Thursday, January 24th @ 5pm slt.

 Variety is the spice of life and variety shows are one of the oldest forms of showbiz razzle-dazzle.
Atlantis Grand Theatre is pleased to present their bi-monthly entertainment, offering something for everyone. Each month we feature a revolving door of creators and dancers showcasing their favorites.

Hope to see you there! Smart Casual to Formal Attire Please.

Come see the show.

Thursday, January 3, 2019

Two Debauche shows this weekend!

Saturday 5th January 2019, 1pm slt Ville de Coeur

It's back to normal now for Debauche, after a wonderful season of Christmas shows.

And where better to kick off the new year than the truly gorgeous theater at Ville De Coeur? A truly beautiful place to visit, to perform in and we are sure, to watch.

New routines, same sexiness (and CLASS)

Come start the new year with us at Ville de Coeur

Saturday 5th January 1pm slt

Come see the show!


Sunday 6th January 2019 1pm Babylon Berlin

Debauche return to the delightful decadence of Babylon Berlin, bringing their own brand of risque debauchery with them.

A beautiful and exciting place full of tempting treats - but save them for after the show. We do :)

Come join us at this wonderful sim for another raunchy, risque, sexy but CLASSY show

See you there!

Babylon Berlin, Sunday 6th January, 1pm SLT

Come see the show!

Elysium Cabaret - Welcome to 2019!

Let's make this a fulfilling year by doing some of the things on our bucket list. We are a long-time dead, so this life is the time. Follow your bliss... if you follow your bliss, doors will open for you that you never knew were there (so says Joseph Campbell and he was right!). So do what feels fulfilling.

And be kind.

If it’s Friday, it’s Elysium Cabaret! Fancy some imagination in a fun social setting? In The Empire Room at Copperhead Road, every Friday at 6pm SLT the dynamic performers of Elysium Cabaret take the stage to bring you a solid hour of entertainment! Featuring elaborate sets, stunning costumes and choreography sequenced to an eclectic genre of music, Elysium Cabaret offers something for everyone. Grab your friends and get their early because the sim fills. Come celebrate Friday!

We also offer a ‘best of the past month’ matinèe the last Saturday of every month at 1pm SLT, for our friends who can’t make it to our Friday evening shows. See you there!

This week’s show features:
  • Wiz
  • Eva
  • Dear
  • Britt
  • Ariel
  • Sarah
  • Gracie
  • Babypea

Welcome to the weekend!

Your escorted limo!