Speakeasy Go-go

A sensorial disco that will transport you to the underground will be held Sept. 10-25 at the Queen Memorial Building.

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Get ready to indulge in tiny pleasures. Speakeasy Go-go is a sensorial disco transporting you to the underground Sept. 10-25 at the Queen Memorial Building. Philadelphia’s vanguard of interdisciplinary performance Thomas Choinacky premieres this sweaty, virtuosic dance calling attention to the sensual and pulsing pleasures of the dance club. The show features the prowess of deejay Saint Manifest. Redefining how we take up space, Speakeasy Go-go calls all the queers and kinksters together, with a euphoric meditation, to celebrate our truest selves. 1313 S. 33rd Street. FringeArts.com/56461

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