"If you’re not mentally, physically and spiritually wrung out by the end of the evening,” wrote the LA Times of Tracy Phillips' shows, “then you were already dead before you even walked through the door.” Holding court with residencies in some of the most iconic and historic locations Los Angeles has to offer, Tracy Phillips' gritty cabaret-style show has won a devoted cult following.
As high energy and unpredictable as it is intimate, this modern cabaret-style revue is a high-octane whirlwind that titillates as much as it inspires. A love letter to and exploration of the female form, On The Fringe leaves the women in the audience as revved up as the men. The show is a little bit Weimar, a little bit punk, a little bit burlesque and all attitude. The extraordinary dancers, each with their own unique personality, stomp on tables, high kick, tease, provoke and amaze. It’s a night dedicated to female beauty and creativity, across a full spectrum of expression, from pouty to pretty to a little bit perverse. Not for the faint of heart.