$12 in advance/$12 at the door

9:30pm doors/10pm showtime

21+

 

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Daddy's new Monthly Icehouse residency! Daddy is the premiere Twin Cities variety show and dance night bringing you the best performance, burlesque, drag, music, comedy, fashion, DJ's and all QUEER performance.

Queer, subversive, weird and full of love, anyone can be a Daddy. 
*Consent is MANDATORY

 

 

Elektra Cute:

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Elektra Cute made her entree into the Twin Cities burlesque scene in 2010 and quickly ascended from cabaret novice to respected member of the local and national scene. Known for her sleek costuming, daring dance style and intoxicating stage presence, Elektra earns her tagline as 'The Most Shocking Woman in Burlesque' each time she steps on a stage. Her performances range from modern to classic, but the elements always remain high-concept. Big props and costumes, intentional choreography, a dry sense of humor and a heavy dose of sex appeal are her key elements.

 

 

Gully Boys:

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On a snowy day in January 2016 in a dark, wet, dingy basement three boys became brothers. Kathy Callahan, Natalie Klemond, and Jaz McGill came together to create to the melodic pop punk trio that they are today. With influences from Hole, Alanis Morissette and Pete Wentz their music revives emo feels, in a post-pop punk world.

 

 

Marcel Michelle Mobama:

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Marcel Michelle Mobama is a Minneapolis based performance artist working with subversion, stereotype, exorcism, connection, and eroticism. She is a full time producer, performer, director, choreographer, curator, and all around nasty lady. Marcel combines her experience as a black/latinx/queer/trans womxn with a passionate study of movement, theatre, burlesque, and improv to provide a unique, vulnerable, and varied experience. Her work has appeared in Queertopia, The Minneapolis Burlesque Festival, Red Eye’s New Work Series, Patrick’s Cabaret, Soul Friday, The Pink and White Ball, at First Avenue, The Cowles Center, and a few other places. She was a founding member of Carnivale Revolver and Visions of Sugarplums: The Burlesque Nutcracker, and works regularly with Hot Dish Cabaret, Black Hearts Burlesque, and 20% Theatre Company, where she also serves as a board member. Marcel is the resident FemCee of Daddy each month at Icehouse in Minneapolis. Upcoming works include: Lightning Rod (Patrick’s Cabaret), Soft Boundaries (Bleak Roses), and Demons In America (QStage, 20%).

 

 

D. Allen:

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D. Allen is a queer multidisciplinary poet whose work often examines gender, intimacy, and illness/disability. Their first book, A Bony Framework for the Tangible Universe, is forthcoming in 2019 from The Operating System.

 

 

Archie Bongiovanni:

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Archie Bongiovanni is an educator and cartoonist living in Minneapolis. They draw monthly comics for Autostraddle (a queer feminist website) and their new graphic novel, A Quick And Easy Guide To They/Them Pronouns will be out with Limerence Press in. They’ve also been featured on Everyday Feminism and The Nib. Archie is also an avid zine-maker and self-publisher and is always looking for new projects to work and collaborate on.  

 

 

DJ Michel.Be:

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Having family roots in Chicago, DJ Michel.Be comes from the power of jazz, 1960's and 1970's revolutionary funk, Hip Hop, House and altogether music of the African Diaspora.

Michel.Be started DJing professionally at Twin Cities Pride in 2014 and 2015, as the feature DJ for "RARE Productions:Power To The People Stage". Since then, Michel.Be has DJ'ed all across the Twin Cities for community events, private parties, and political fundraisers.

In 2015, Michel.Be was invited to DJ for the 10th anniversary of "B-Girl Be: A Celebration of Women in Hip Hop" presented by Intermedia Arts. The following summer Michel.Be was commissioned to spin a vinyl series for Sommerfest at MN Orchestra Hall.

They have also appeared as a guest DJ for Fresh Fruit on KFAI, the longest running queer radio show in the country. Last summer, Michel.Be also was a feature DJ for the Vinyl Lounge at Rhymesayers' Soundset Hip Hop Festival in 2017.

Michel. Be continues to evoke spiritual power through music, and create positive dance spaces for Trans, Gender Non-conforming, Queer People of Color. You can catch Michelle.Be at Ginger Hop with DJ Lady EM, where they co-host "The VIBE:a monthly Dance party"' in NE Minneapolis.

 

 

DJ Heartbreak:

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DJ Heartbreak is the DJ project of Fiona Avocado. She brings a mix of 80's, post punk, new wave, dark wave, dark pop, and dark electronic music to the dance floor.