By Andrew Andrews
- Apples: straight from the Garden of Eden!
- Aerialism: acrobats hovering not only above the stage, but above the audience, too.
- Booze: bottles be poppin’ and cocktails be stirrin’.
- Costumes: always elaborate yet equally skimpy, it’s incredible how so much fabric can still reveal so much flesh!
- Dance: from ballet to can-can, modern to burlesque, even pole dancing to tap
dancing—and all of it while everyone is in heels.
- Food: from premium snacks in the audience, to a performance orgy that would make George Costanza scream “heaven!”
- Glitter: falling from the sky, blanketing the stage, and sticking to the skin.
- Vocals: from sensual, jazzy lounge numbers to operatic arias delivered from unusual scenarios.
Despite the over-the-top-atmosphere, the crowd is surprisingly unpretentious and casual. Also remarkable, the performers really earn their
While you’ll have to pay extra for some of its more decadent features, Seven Sins is best thought of as an experience beyond a mere
Andrew Andrews attended Seven Sins at Théâtre XIV in Brooklyn on Thursday, March 5, 2020 @ 8:00pm to write this review.