“House of Red" A live dance performance!

I miss the club. The beat from the DJ, sweat flying off your face, creatures of the night in every corner. The constraints of Covid-19  have made me yearn to dance on that checkerboard floor once more. Although we’re beginning to turn the corner of the pandemic, it’s still too dangerous to get our fix of the dance floor. That being said, if we can’t bring the people to the club, we can bring the club to the people. The club Gods are speaking to me. It started with a slow whisper and now they’re at full volume. They want me to get a team together and put a show on in ten weeks. With my playlist as my holy book and the club Gods on my side, House of Red will appear in all her regalia to set us free!

The House of Red is an outdoor dance-theater piece exploring the glitz, glam and wonder of club land. It follows a group of club kids as they party hard and dance like there’s no tomorrow. Referencing films such as Party Monster and Mad Max, we explore the spirituality of repeating beats and pounding feet. Adorned with trinkets, lights, and bouncing bodies; a large semi truck sits in the center of a desolate parking lot. With the moon as our head bouncer, the House of Red welcomes you.

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For years I have enjoyed the nightlife scene. It feels like a rite of passage within the LGBTQIA+ community. Within warehouse spaces, there are memories of those that came before, as well as the awareness of the history I am creating there myself. Being a club kid  was a catalyst to create a work which tells the inner workings of a club. To bring audience members into a space to celebrate those hidden away to the night. I also am very interested in telling queer stories that remove purity from the characters. For myself, I want to see queer characters that are the villain and the hero. Not because they are queer, but because they are human.

I can’t do this on my own. I need your help to make this dream become a reality. I have a crew of eight AMAZINGLY talented dancers who all said yes just from pure support and belief in the world we’re making. I’d love to be able to support them in return. All donations will go towards artists pay, sound/lighting rentals, insurance and safety equipment. Your support will allow this show to be fully realized and backed in a way us artists truly need now more than ever. Work has been slim to none and I would love this project to not only be a moment of glee for the audience, but provide our performers with financial security to continue entertaining you.

With all things glitter and gold,
Kevin Zambrano

This project is being produced by BeMoving, a non-profit 501-c3. All donations are tax deductible.
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Organizer and beneficiary

Kevin Zambrano 
Burbank, CA
Bret Easterling 
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