The Fabulous Waack Dancers | The Big Show

“The Fabulous Waack Dancers: The Big Show” is an exhilarating and immersive production that invites audiences to experience the captivating and dynamic world of Waacking. This groundbreaking show is set to redefine the boundaries of dance and storytelling and enchant audiences of all ages, demographics, and languages.

Waacking is a style that beautifully blends the glamour of Hollywood films, the electric energy of disco, and the vibrant underground gay club culture of the ’70s.

Led by the visionary producer, choreographer, and global Waacking ambassador Princess Lockerooo, “The Big Show” showcases the origins and influences of the dance with dazzling costumes, theatrical choreography, and elements of comedy and Drag, and integrates a seamless fusion with other dance styles like locking, ballet, and jazz. “The Big Show” is a feast for the eyes and a celebration of self-expression.

The show goes beyond dance by weaving together a compelling narrative that follows the captivating journey of its characters. From heartbreak and self-discovery to addiction and healing, these stories resonate deeply with audiences.

Renowned composer Harold O’Neal contributes an energizing and nostalgic soundtrack that takes audiences on a musical journey through various eras of American black music culture. From jazz and disco to soul, RnB, pop, and blues, the diverse soundtrack enhances the emotional impact of each performance, creating a truly immersive experience that lingers in the hearts of spectators.

This unforgettable spectacle celebrates the history, innovation, and cultural significance of Waacking. Join us for an evening of extraordinary performances, stunning visuals, and the undeniable magic of The Fabulous Waack Dancers and be transported into a world where dance, music, and storytelling intertwine to create a unique and unforgettable experience.

La Marisoul and the Love Notes Orchestra

‘On Los Angeles’ historic Olvera Street, merchants remember a little girl singing Spanish-language boleros for tourists who sometimes would drop spare change in a hat nearby.’ La Marisoul was born Eva Marisol Hernandez in DTLA (downtown LA), the diverse and vibrant heart of Los Angeles. Growing up part time in Mexico and the United States created the duality of American pop culture and the roots of traditional folkloric music, which helped shaped her musical sensibility. “That’s the root of what I sing—traditional boleros and rancheras I learned from the musicians that played at restaurants on Olvera Street. They taught me how to sing loud and pass the basket around.”

In 2007, La Marisoul became the lead singer for the group; La Santa Cecilia (named after the Patron Saint of musicians). La Santa Cecilia have performed at just about every type of venue from rock clubs to festivals in the US and Mexico. In 2014 La Santa Cecilia won the Grammy for Best Latin Rock Album for their album ‘Treinta Dias’ (Universal Music). In 2017 they were nominated in the same category for their album ‘Buenaventura ‘(Universal Music) and in 2018 for ‘Amar Y Vivir’ (Universal Music. La Marisoul also performs solo and has made acting appearances in; The Bridge (2013), Artbound Presents: Studio A (2013) and Mavericks (2015). She was featured as a guest performer on Pepe Aguilar’s MTV Unplugged, which turned out to be the first Unplugged by a Ranchero artist.

La Marisoul returns to ArtPower to debut her first solo album, La Marisoul and the Love Notes Orchestra Vo. 1.