This Weekend in Second Life Dance

Winds of the Sahara - June 6 2018

(This week’s showcase performer is Lynxa Wilde)

Hi there. R. Crap Mariner, your long-lost dance correspondent.

I’ll be posting dance performance schedules, similar to Inara’s posts about Seanchai Library readings.

Let’s get started, here’s the events that I saw on the calendar as of press time.


(All times SLT)

Burlesque Dolls - June 2 2018

Friday June 8 2018

6pm Elysium Cabaret

Elysium Cabaret – Welcome to the Weekend! If it’s Friday, it’s Elysium Cabaret! Fancy some imagination? In The Empire Room at Copperhead Road, every Friday at 6pm SLT the dynamic performers of Elysium Cabaret take the stage to bring you a solid hour of entertainment! Featuring elaborate sets and choreography sequenced to an eclectic genre of music, Elysium Cabaret offers something for everyone. Grab your friends and get their early because the sim fills. Come celebrate Friday! Welcome to the weekend!

https://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Copperhead%20Road/74/64/2754

10pm Guerilla Burlesque

This week we bring you our late Pit revue show filled with jaw dropping original dance performances! We welcome back some of our best original Guerilla dancers to the stage mixed with our newest members all brought together to make one hell of a kick ass show! If you like to stay up late this is the show for you too! At 10 pm we will continue to bring you all brand new acts that will take you up, up and away! Amazing set designs, mood stirring music as well as our beautiful Guerilla dancers! We are happy to have Chrissy Rhiano​ back directing the show this week! Something wonderful happens in the Pits come see for yourself! Doors open at 9 pm for the 10 pm show! Mark the dates, make your plans and get there early we have your seats ready!

https://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Idle%20Rogue/107/189/33


Guerilla Burlesque - June 1 2018

Saturday June 9 2018

1pm Debauche @ Tryst Ballroom

Debauche returns once more to the absolutely gorgeous surrounding of the Tryst Ballroom. Such a grand, wonderful place to perform and we are REALLY looking forward to this one. Debauche – a little naughty, a lot sexy and ALWAYS CLASSY! Come join us and see for yourself – You know you want to 🙂

3pm Men In Motion

I know most of you have been waiting oh so patiently for this post… and well, today is your lucky day. This Saturday, mid afternoon, we are about to have our delights filled with some of Second Life’s most talented choreographers and dancers. They will take you into the depth’s of their mind to show you their vision of their dance. Some might take you into the jungle, some might have you relive high school days, some might even put you in a dark padded room.. when it’s all said and done, the fire department will be called and their hoses will be available to cool off any small fires that might be started.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Forbidden%20Fruit/28/74/3034

5pm Burlesque Dolls

Come and enjoy an afternoon of some of the most exquisite and talented burlesque dancers on second life. The Burlesque Dolls will be gracing the stage at the Jefferson Opera house this Saturday at 5 SLT and invite you to join them as they pay tribute to the women of music. Enjoy the sensual tease by Lina, Queenie, Kyshra, Lynxa, Corri, Nara, Vanity and Alexis joined by the sensual tones of our irresistible Dj Diamonique. (Semi formal to formal dress please)

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Playa%20dela%20Familia/12/39/2001

7pm Moulin Rouge

Description:LIVE – Disco Fever DATE: June 9, 2018, 7pm SLT The Moulin Rouge Revue will be presenting live a special disco show. We hope you come down and join us for a spectacular performance by our dancers to some fun, upbeat tunes! Hustle on down ready to boogie and strut your stuff with us for a retro good time.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Moulin%20Rouge/172/131/31

7pm Paramount Grand Theatre

Description:Summer Nights! Paramount Grand Theatre’s brand new show of the year. Come join us for an evening of classy but sassy entertainment as we the Paramount Players dance for you, June 2nd & 9th at 7pm SLT. The Players are bringing on new and old routines for your enjoyment. Dancer’s Choice type of show!

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Hell%20Lust/77/83/22

8pm A&M Mocap Maniacs

Description:Our monthly Home Show, showcasing what you can do with A&M MOCAP Animation Workshop dance animations! Join us for the performances, stay for the totally FUN after party where our DJ will dance you on stage!

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Mocap%20Dancer/51/219/504


Guerilla Burlesque - May 25 2018

Sunday June 10 2018

7am Club Image

  1. Line up for this Sunday
  2. Misse Tigerpaw “Doll Play”
  3. Coyume Melod “Pure White”
  4. Setsuna Hirano “The cobweb”
  5. Diawa Bellic”Good Vibe” -NEW – with Nara

Team dance Yougao Destiny”Can’t stop the feeling!”

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Laem%20Singh/193/28/2021

12pm Kiki’s Burlesque

No description, but if this is the same show I saw recently, it’s good.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/LORII%20CAPRONI%20ISLAND/106/174/24

12pm Oasis Dancers

Description:OOC Event, Goreans and Non-Goreans are welcome, no dress code.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Gorean%20Campus/194/72/32

12pm Spirit Light Company

Journey into the worlds of great painters over the last 150 years including Monet, Degas, and Chagall, Boudin, Matisse and Lautrec, to name only a few. SLDC uses dance as palette and brush to honour and celebrate
the artistic accomplishments of the masters.

You will be dazzled as the canvas of famous paintings is brought to life on stage where the two dimension become three in movement and dance.

You won’t want to miss this unique and amazing performance. Second Life is an artist’s canvas, a dancer’s world, and a musician’s hall, each without the limitations of the physical world and with the immense possibilities of a virtual world.

The programme is presented free of charge, however we expect large crowds so come early to assure access to the sim.

Dance is an Art
Paint your Dream and Follow it!
Steven Thompson

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Rockcliffe%20I/120/82/3602

5pm Winds of the Sahara

Description:Each Sunday we have a shiny, new show at Winds of the Sahara. Our dances range from burlesque to performance art and you are sure to be amazed at all of the wonder that sets, costumes and music can create. We’ll put sparkles in your eyes and leave sequins on your shirt collars.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Aladona/124/193/2001


Check with the Dance Queens event calendar for updates and additions to the weekend’s schedule, as well as the many events that happen during the week.

Full disclosure: I perform with Guerilla Burlesque and Debauche.

Winds of the Sahara - May 13 2018

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Lab announces private estate holders can now restart their regions via the web

On Friday, June 8th, 2018, Linden Lab announced that estate / region holders can now restart their region directly from their Second Life dashboard at secondlife.com, via the My Estates page.

The option to be able to restart their regions remotely is a capability private estate and region owners have been requesting for some time, as the Lab acknowledge in their announcement:

We’ve been listening to the feedback from our Private Region owner community and we know that sometimes it’s impractical or even impossible to access your region in-world to perform the more traditional in-viewer region restart using the Region/Estate menu. With this new feature, Estate Owners can pro-actively select and restart their regions directly from the website without needing to log in-world and travel to each region individually.

Private estate holders can now restart their regions view their Second Life dashboard

When using the capability, estate / region owners should make note of the following, as stated in the Lab’s blog post:

Since we know that sometimes the reason a region cannot be accessed easily in-world is due to active griefing scenarios, we have also included the ability to restart the region in safe mode, in which the region will be brought back up with all the scripts, physics, and collisions disabled, making it possible to enter and remove any lingering item that may be causing issues. To see the new features available to you as a private Estate Owner, just log in to SecondLife.com and visit your Land Manager page.

Please refer to the Lab’s blog post for further information on this update.

Lab issues a further e-mail on EU GDPR and user privacy

On May 25th, 2018 the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force. While an EU regulation, the GDPR not only applies to organisations located within the EU but it will also apply to organisations located outside of the EU if they offer goods or services to, or monitor the behaviour of, EU data subjects.

Earlier in May, the Lab issued a blog post providing an initial outline of their compliance with the GDPR, which covers both Second Life and Sansar. In that post they promised they would provide further details on how EU citizens can exercise their rights under the GDPR. On May 24th, they issued an e-mail summarising updates to their Privacy Policy. The e-mail reads in full:

We value our relationship with our community and your privacy.  We have updated our Privacy Policy to increase transparency and comply with the European Union data protection law known as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which goes into effect on May 25, 2018. We encourage you to read our policies in full, but here are some highlights of what’s changed:

  • We provide additional details about the types of data that we collect, the ways in which we use it, and the measures we take to keep your data safe,
  • We added information about new choices and controls for users to manage their privacy, and
  • We added information about user’s rights regarding their privacy.

The updates to our policies will go into effect on May 25, 2018.  If you have questions, please contact us at privacy@lindenlab.com.

Thank you for being part of the Linden Lab community!

The Linden Lab Team

The specific sections of the Privacy Policy that have been updated are:

Obviously, you should read the privacy Policy in full, rather than just these sections. The above list is provided only as a guide.

Linden Lab highlights GDPR – coming into force on May 25th 2018

On May 25th, 2018 the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force. While an EU regulation, the GDPR not only applies to organisations located within the EU but it will also apply to organisations located outside of the EU if they offer goods or services to, or monitor the behaviour of, EU data subjects.

The GDPR applies to all companies processing and holding the personal data of data subjects residing in the European Union, regardless of the company’s location. As such, it not  only Linden Lab, who hold data on Second Life and Sansar users in the European Union, it can also impact those operating a business through Second Life and who collect data on customers which is stored outside of the servers operated by Linden Lab.

In preparation for the enforcement of the GDPR, on May 9th, 2018, Linden Lab issued a preliminary blog post on their compliance with the GDPR, which covers both Second Life or Sansar.

GDPR, in a nutshell.

Put simply, the GDPR puts in place new requirements for the collection, maintenance, and use of personal data for residents of the European Union (EU) and European Economic Area (EEA). It’s an important evolution in privacy practices, and one we’ve already started to account for: if you notice, our existing Privacy Policy already discloses the type of personal data we collect from you, how we use and limit any sharing of your data, and your rights to control our use of your personal data.

What you can expect.

In coming weeks, we’ll provide more information on how EU residents in Second Life can best exercise their rights under GDPR. In some cases, you may take actions through your account dashboard (to modify your personal data, for instance). In others, it may be necessary to file a support ticket and verify your identity (to better protect your privacy).

– Linden Lab May 9th blog post on the upcoming GDPR

The GDPR defines personal data as, “any information related to a natural person or ‘Data Subject’, that can be used to directly or indirectly identify the person.” This includes, but is not limited to: IP addresses, on-line identifiers (including avatar names), e-mail addresses, photographs, as well as the more usual name, address, bank details, medical data, etc.

In addition to defining requirements for how such data should be managed and protected by organisations gathering it, the GDPR also specifies a number of rights to Data Subjects who have their personal information stored by companies and other entities. These include, but are not limited to:

  • The right to be informed: Data Subjects have the right to know what data is being collected, how it’s being used, how long it will be kept and whether it will be shared with any third parties.
  • The right to access: generally speaking, organisations are required, within one month of receipt of a formal request, to provide a copy of any personal data concerning the requesting Data Subject.
  • The right to rectification: a Data Subject can formally request that inaccurate or incomplete information relating to them is updated, and the update must be made within one month (exceptions can apply).
  • The right to be forgotten: a Data Subject can request the erasure of all personal data relating to them in certain circumstances (e.g. it is no longer necessary to hold it; if the data was unlawfully processed or it no longer meets the lawful ground for which it was collected). However, there are certain exceptions to this.

(In addition, the GDPR defines: The right to object (to data being gathered); The right to restrict processing; The right to data portability; and Rights related to automated decision making including profiling.)

For those running businesses through Second Life or Sansar which use services  – web sites, computers, etc.,  – outside of Second Life for the collection and storage of personal information on their EU Second Life  / Sansar customers, the GDPR might have significant import – and exposure to the risk of fines. For such businesses, the Lab’s advice is clear and straightforward:

If you collect or process personal data of EU residents on a website associated with Second Life or Sansar, or create or make use of programs that retain information about Second Life or Sansar users or their computers, you may also have obligations under the GDPR. You should consult with your legal counsel for advice regarding your site(s) or program(s).

– Linden Lab May 9th blog post on the upcoming GDPR

To help people get to grips with GDPR, if they haven’t been aware of its arrival, the Lab offer a series of links to articles and FAQs. To these I would add:

The following is a brief video outlining the GDPR in under a minute.

Do you see yourself in the white spotlight?

Is it worth the time? is it worth the price?
Do you see yourself in the white spotlight?
Then play the game tonight.

– Play The Game Tonight by Kansas

Hi there, This is R. Crap Mariner, your Dance Correspondent.

I’ve been photographing dance shows for over a year, but one thing I promised myself was that I’d stick to shooting dance. I wouldn’t get all involved in the whole scene, I wouldn’t blog any of it, and God forbid I ever think of taking the stage myself, let alone choreograph my own routines. “No, no, no, no, no, no.” I said when people taunted and tempted me. I was not going to give in.

Point. Shoot. Leave. That’s the plan. Stick to it.

Well, I kinda screwed that all up. Because I début at Guerilla Burlesque’s pitshow on April 13th.

You see, in order to better understand dance performance, I figured I had to perform at some point. Especially if I were to get away with some of the jokes with my Don’t Make Me Call The Dance Police column. It’s a case of “put up or shut up.”

But it wouldn’t just do to ride someone else’s mover and be their puppet. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, and the times I’ve done that have been fun…

Club Image - March 25 2018

(Had to fight Terri to get that last Club Image mover, but she got even with me by shivving me in the lunch line.)

But I felt that I had to try to make my own. Kind of like how Hunter Thompson immersed himself into a story with Gonzo and George Plympton would put on a helmet or strap on some cleats in his participatory style. Or Gonzo the great would… erm… okay, he was a Muppet. Never mind.

Building my own act would give me a better appreciation of what it takes for a choreographer to put together a routine and also to learn the different styles that each director and choreographer brings to the table. Finally, everybody’s got their short cuts, tricks, and signature elements in an act, so building something to work with allows them to say, “Hey, there’s an easier way to do this…” or “I know of a better version of this object…”

Looking back over the process and the plan, I’m going to share my journey with you. It’s the order in which I did things, and not necessarily the right order to follow. Also, it’s not a cookbook with individually numbered steps to follow to build your own act. You’re going to need to fill in some of the gaps and details on your own or in your class or with your teacher.

Most importantly, maybe you’ll read my story and think “If that dingbat can do this, maybe I can, too?”

WARNING: This article is long. Really, really long. I’d break it up into multiple parts, but… nah. Anywhere you slice it, you’re cutting into my soul. Let’s just mark this edge here as the cliff from which you can dive into the madness. Wheeeeeeeee…

… splat.

“You think that something’s happening…”

When I start anything, I watch Internet Genius, Motivator, and Commentator Ze Frank’s Invocation For Beginnings.

Yes, the man who challenged the world to dress up their vacuum cleaners and make an Earth Sandwich. That man. Internet God, he is.

This video gets me in the mindset to be patient, forgiving, persistent, and accepting. If you’ve got a ritual or routine or motivator, use it to get in the right frame of mind.

Plus, he’s got a lot of good quippy quotes over the years of using the Internet as a playpen, even if he isn’t a pretty princess.

“But it’s only what you’re hearing…”

The longest journey begins with a swift kick in the ass, so yeah, I started to watch performers and learned from what I saw, asking questions and opinions from others in private chats for what they thought worked well, what didn’t, my thoughts on the routines and what I took away from the experience.

This was both easy and hard. I mean, yeah, I enjoy going to performances and shooting photography, but I also needed to learn the language of dance and what made a good performance with dances, sets, costumes, etc. And also, learn what didn’t work, such as overwhelming particles, slow-rezzing sculpties, too many textures, dance moves that just didn’t fit the song, acts that were too small for the stage, costume changes that fail due to lag, etc.

The Basics

Here’s the basic components of a dance act:

  • The event list contains the commands for a performance engine to run. It’s a run-down of animations, positions, and shouted commands to various effects or your costume changer.
  • The movers pass along the movements and animations to dancers as well as objects on the set.
  • The way points provide a path along which the movers travel, and they mark the speed and pauses along that path.
  • The packlist contains a list of all the objects for the set, including the movers.
  • The camera list contains all of the camera moves that you want the viewer to experience, but we’re not covering that here.
  • You pack everything into the performance engine, including dance animations and set objects. The engine controls everything in the act.
  • You set up folders for your costume, and RLV folders for any costume changes.
  • The stage contains a centre-point to let the performance engine know where things go or happen.

Put them all together, and… okay, you’re dancing to silence. Gotta hand a song track to the host/deejay/music director too.

We’ll cover all of these things, plus a few frustrations and surprises along the way.

Continue reading “Do you see yourself in the white spotlight?”

This Weekend in Second Life Dance

Moonbeam Dancers - April 25 2018

Hi there. R. Crap Mariner, your exhausted and somewhat acerbic dance correspondent.

I’ll be posting dance performance schedules, similar to Inara’s posts about Seanchai Library readings. We’ll start with the weekend events for now.

There’s still lots of Fantasy Faire to check out. Congratulations to Aelva for a successful run there. So this run-down is going to keep running me down. Thank goodness for copy-paste, right?

Let’s get started, here’s the events that I had on the calendar as of press time.


(All times SLT)

Virtuoso at Moonstone - Earth - April 23 2018

Friday, April 27

11:00am Changhigh Sisters

Lots of particles and fire and things. They tend to perform at times when I’m at work, so I don’t have much else, really. Sorry.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/The%20Story%20Well/99/194/61

12:00pm Nouvelle Follies

I think this is the act that I saw the other day, and I enjoyed this one.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Astrids%20Nemeton/119/247/61

12:00pm Virtuoso

THE ELEMENTS OF LIFE – EARTH: noon SLT on Monday, 23rd. April; Friday, 27th. April; Monday, 30th. April. No seat reservation required. All welcome. Audience limited.

This is K L A R K’s Earth show. I saw it the other day, and I enjoyed it. Limited seating, so get there early.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/VIRTUOSO/130/81/4036

6:00pm Elysium Cabaret

If it’s Friday, it’s Elysium Cabaret! Fancy some imagination? In The Empire Room at Copperhead Road, every Friday at 6pm SLT the dynamic performers of Elysium Cabaret take the stage to bring you a solid hour of entertainment! Featuring elaborate sets and choreography sequenced to an eclectic genre of music, Elysium Cabaret offers something for everyone. Grab your friends and get their early because the sim fills. Come celebrate Friday! Welcome to the weekend!

I enjoy going to these shows, and I do my best to go to them. Jilley’s opening music of AC/DC’s Thunderstruck and Babypea’s Billion Dollar Baby let you know something big and bright and boomtastic is coming.

https://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Copperhead%20Road/74/64/2754

6:00pm Misfit Follies

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/The%20Story%20Well/99/194/61

9:00pm Monarchs

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? NO! It’s dates and times for The Monarchs’ upcoming sim-wide production of SUPERHEROES.

Blog Post: Come see the superheroes of Second Life Dance: The Monarchs!

It’s really good. Go see it. Sim fills quickly, go get there early. If you derender the audience to improve performance, make sure not to derender Fuki. Not only is she a part of the show, but she’s really cute.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Monarchs/143/214/454

9:00pm Moonbeam Dancers

No, this is not Governor Jerry Brown’s personal dance troupe. Moonbeam has been the variety show catch-all of Fantasy Faire, so it’s an opportunity to catch individual acts from around the grid.

There’s been some technical issues with the stream and the performance engines, so please be patient and they’ll get rolling when they can.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/The%20Story%20Well/99/194/61

10:00pm Guerilla Burlesque

Guerilla Burlesque dance revues show what a great way to kick-start your weekend fun! This week we are heating up the Pit for more of your favorite dance performances in the round! Chrissy is on board directing this show and promises to bring you our best Pit acts! Each dancer brings her own unique style of dancing with intricate sets, evolving before your eyes! Let the music bring you in and raise your spirits because we are going to make sure you have a great time! This is our late show revue so grab a snack, put your feet up and meet us in world for a spectacular night of dancing in the round!

I’ve seen the rehearsals. It’s going to be really good.

https://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Idle%20Rogue/104/182/34


Cossette - April 23 2018

Saturday, April 28 2018

7:00am Mahal

I think this is a group participatory dance event, right? Hop on a dance pad and join the routines that the choreographer has planned to the music. It’s different from a stage act.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/The%20Story%20Well/99/194/61

10:00am Moonbeam

Still not Governor Jerry Brown’s personal dance troupe, even though for his age I bet he looks good in a tutu. Moonbeam has been the variety show catch-all of Fantasy Faire, so it’s an opportunity to catch individual acts from around the grid.

There’s been some technical issues with the stream and the performance engines, so please be patient and they’ll get rolling when they can.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/The%20Story%20Well/99/194/61

12:00am Second Life Cheerleading Squad

Haven’t managed to catch them yet. Have you? Let me know how they were in the comments.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/The%20Story%20Well/99/194/61

12:00pm The Cabaret Provocateur

The Cabaret Provocateur will present its encore performances of the program “Fab 4 You” at Jefferson Opera House on Saturday April 28, 2018 at noon SLT Jefferson Opera House is part of the Mysterium’s Mansion Adult sim. and Fab 4 You does feature female nudity. Fab 4 You is a program in 6 acts feature music performed by Elton John, Robin Williams and Bobby McFerrin, Lisa Lauren, Eddie Izzard, Goldie Hawn, and Phil Collins all originally written and performed by the Fab Four, (The Beatles). The dances will take you on a journey from Manhattan rooftops through Arabian Nights, to Broadway, back stage and in front. The cast consists of 6 dancers, all of whom are relative new comers to SL Dance, but are enthusiastic performers.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Aldo/113/67/3002

1:00pm Debauche

Debauche perform for the very first time at The Trophy Room, an amazing place that is somehow relaxing, lovely and thrilling all at the same time. We will be performing in a purpose-built theater at this wonderful venue and we are all SO looking forward to it. It will be a great show so come on and join us at The Trophy Room – And why not take a look around the place and see just why we love it so much? THE SIM IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL ONE HOUR BEFORE THE SHOW – though remains open for members and those wishing to join. Saturday 28th, 1pm SLT.

(PS: Yay!)

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Glitnir/160/159/23

1:00pm Elysium Cabaret Matinee

A monthly ‘best of” show for our friends in Euro and similar time zones. Especially for you!

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Copperhead%20Road/74/64/2754

1:00pm Red Hot Chili Pipers

Haven’t managed to catch them yet. Have you? Let me know how they were in the comments.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Astrids%20Nemeton/119/247/61

3:00pm Avilion Mer Ballet

I finally managed to see their show. Lots of mermaid patterns in formations in the air… which is the water. (K L A R K can bring the earth, and ChangHigh can bring the fire, right?)

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/The%20Story%20Well/99/194/61

3:00pm Monarchs

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? NO! It’s dates and times for The Monarchs’ upcoming sim-wide production of SUPERHEROES.

Blog Post: Come see the superheroes of Second Life Dance: The Monarchs!

It’s really good. Go see it. Sim fills quickly, go get there early. If you derender the audience to improve performance, make sure not to derender Fuki. Not only is she a part of the show, but she’s really cute.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Monarchs/143/214/454

4:00pm FlyGearz

This is a participatory dance group that does a lot of Steampunky things. Hop on a dance pad and join the routines that the choreographer has planned to the music. It’s different from a stage act.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Astrids%20Nemeton/119/247/61

5:00PM Dream Time Theatre

This is the grand opening of this theatre. Variety show acts. I don’t have much else about it, but I will try to attend and see for myself. Join me?

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Valtina/12/32/3002

7:00PM Desire Arts

Desire Arts Dancers do an “after hours” show. Starting at 7pm SLT t on April 21st & 28th. We bring you the performance quality at our Saturday shows, with more skin… little less costume. Some acts do contain adult content. As an “Arts” theatre (and gallery) Desire Arts will be a venue perfectly suited for SL Performers wishing to express themselves through live performances, through Dance, Art Exhibits, Performance Art as well as Dramatic Presentations. Also, Presentations of a controversial nature (including those involving sex, politics and/or religion) will be presented separately from the Dance Program.

I missed them last week, but I’ve got them on my plans for this week. I try to plan ahead when there’s more than one performance of a show.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Hell%20Lust/174/78/21


Terpsicorps Pit Show - April 22 2018

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