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Rayn: An Electronic Burlesque Experience

elena rayn · Ages 18+ · flashing lights · includes nudity · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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LUCY GILLESPIE certified reviewer June 18, 2018
That we were giddy and grinning throughout had nothing to do with the adult content and everything to do with Elena’s commanding, compassionate, goddess presence. A must see for everyone—especially those who question the healing power of sensuality. ... full review
RUSSELL EATON certified reviewer June 21, 2018
A one-woman burlesque show stressing an extremely positive message of love and acceptance of ourselves and those around us, the sweet, charming and mischievous Rayn is a young woman on a mission and it was fun to witness her perform as she was sharing such a positive message. The show is sexy, playful and has a point to get across. Be forewarned, the imagery is sexually charged and erotic. And goofy. And fun. Some audience members may find parts of the show shocking or offensive, but the point of the show is to question WHY anyone would find it to be such? ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 21, 2018
A brave and touching show... full review
MICAH COVER certified reviewer June 22, 2018
It’s such a joy to watch a performer who knows so clearly who she is as a person and performer, let alone an ambassador of positivity and self-respect. Miss Rayn is all those things and more. What a beautiful, unforgettable experience. I am lucky to be her fan, and the audience was lucky to experience her one-woman show. ... full review
ERIK ENGMAN certified reviewer June 22, 2018
You are promised a burlesque show, but what you get with this is much more interesting and wonderful. The show is basically a concert. An intimate concert with dancing and burlesque. And intimate is the key. She has no problem bringing the show to each member of the audience so we feel included and spoken to. Some members were given glasses and draped with a flashy boa, some were spoken to directly with eye contact. And she wasn't shy about dancing with people, sitting in their laps or taking their hands and speaking to them in earnest. But the magical part of the show wasn't the dancing, burlesque or flashy lights. It was the message she was giving us. One of loving yourself, and one of being a part of a much larger universe of love.... full review


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