Wed Nov 15 2017

9:00 PM

Cavern Club Celebrity Theater @ Casita Del Campo Restaurant

1920 Hyperion Ave Silverlake, CA 90027

$25.00 - $45.00

All Ages

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"Joey Arias is a demigod of the demimonde." - Adam Feldman, Time Out New York

Internationally acclaimed jazz vocalist, fashion icon and drag artist JOEY ARIAS returns with his new intimate show entitled STILL MISBEHAVIN' at Cavern Celebrity Theatre at Casita Del Campos on Wed, Nov 15, 2017 at 9:00pm.  

Accompanied by jazz pianist Peter Smith, Arias takes you on a musical journey highlighting his own musical inspirations, from The Beatles to, of course, Billie Holiday to whom he has long been compared. 

Raised in Los Angeles where he was the youngest-ever member of famed improv group The Groundlings and signed to Capitol Records at the age of 16, Joey Arias moved to New York City at 18 and quickly became a fixture of the downtown scene.  With his close friend and collaborator Klaus Nomi, he famously backed up David Bowie on Saturday Night Live and starred in the cult film Mondo New York.

Encouraged to perform in drag by Andy Warhol, Arias went on to become an iconic drag performer, celebrated for ‘channeling’ Billie Holiday.  From outrageous performances at seminal New York nightclubs Jackie 60 and Squeezebox to the now-legendary nights at Bar d’O where he held court with Raven-O and Sherry Vine, Arias has distinguished himself with scandalous wit, sleek style and an extraordinary voice… evocative of Lady Day yet uniquely his own.  He originated the role of the Mistress of Seduction in Cirque du Soleil’s Zumanity, performing 8 shows a week for 5 years in Cirque’s custom-built 1,800-seat theater in Vegas. 

More recently he celebrated Billie Holiday’s centennial with a series of lush concerts that premiered as part of Lincoln Center American Songbook and concluded with a sold-out run of shows at REDCAT in Los Angeles.

Don't miss this one-of-a-kind artist performing a one-night-only concert live in Hollywood. Not to be missed!

Tickets: $25-40, Box Office (866) 468- 3399 or www.ChrisIsaacsonPresents.com

CAVERN CLUB CELEBRITY THEATRE at Casita Del Campo Restaurant

1920 Hyperion Ave.

Silverlake, CA 90027

Proudly presented by Chris Isaacson Presents

*Tickets purchased online receive priority seating.

Chris Isaacson Presents
Joey Arias: Still Misbehavin'

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  • JOEY ARIAS

    JOEY ARIAS

    Cabaret

    Cabaret singer, jazz vocalist, songwriter, cult film star, theater artist, drag performer, fashion icon — JOEY ARIAS defies categorization. Long acclaimed for channeling Billie Holiday, Arias has gone on to establish himself as a world-class entertainer – touring internationally and starring in lavish theatrical productions including Cirque du Soleil’s Zumanity and Arias with a Twist. Arias grew up in Los Angeles, and he was the youngest-ever member of the famed Groundlings improv troupe where classmates included Paul Reubens (aka Pee-Wee Herman) and Loraine Neuman (Saturday Night Live). 

    At 16 he was signed to Capitol Records with the band Pearly, and at 18 he drove across the country in a pick up truck with Kim Hastreiter (PAPER magazine), and the two friends relocated to New York City.  Over the succeeding three decades Arias emerged as a bona fide New York City icon, distinguishing himself with scandalous wit, sleek style, and an extraordinary voice.

    Arias has performed worldwide at venues that include Carnegie Hall, the Freedom Theatre in London, as well as the cabaret clubs of Paris, Tokyo, Moscow, Germany, Finland, Estonia, Canada, and England. On film, he has appeared in Mondo New York, Big Top Pee Wee, Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, Wigstock –The Movie, Flawless and To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar. Television credits include the infamous Saturday Night Live episode with David Bowie and Klaus Nomi, Ann Magnuson's Vandemonium (Cinemax), Elvira's MTV Halloween Special, HBO’s Dragtime, HBO's Real Sex, and Gayer Than Gay on VH1, along with numerous appearances on a wide variety of talk shows and programs.

Chris Isaacson Presents

Joey Arias: Still Misbehavin'

Joey Arias: Still Misbehavin'
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$25.00 - $45.00 All Ages

"Joey Arias is a demigod of the demimonde." - Adam Feldman, Time Out New York

Internationally acclaimed jazz vocalist, fashion icon and drag artist JOEY ARIAS returns with his new intimate show entitled STILL MISBEHAVIN' at Cavern Celebrity Theatre at Casita Del Campos on Wed, Nov 15, 2017 at 9:00pm.  

Accompanied by jazz pianist Peter Smith, Arias takes you on a musical journey highlighting his own musical inspirations, from The Beatles to, of course, Billie Holiday to whom he has long been compared. 

Raised in Los Angeles where he was the youngest-ever member of famed improv group The Groundlings and signed to Capitol Records at the age of 16, Joey Arias moved to New York City at 18 and quickly became a fixture of the downtown scene.  With his close friend and collaborator Klaus Nomi, he famously backed up David Bowie on Saturday Night Live and starred in the cult film Mondo New York.

Encouraged to perform in drag by Andy Warhol, Arias went on to become an iconic drag performer, celebrated for ‘channeling’ Billie Holiday.  From outrageous performances at seminal New York nightclubs Jackie 60 and Squeezebox to the now-legendary nights at Bar d’O where he held court with Raven-O and Sherry Vine, Arias has distinguished himself with scandalous wit, sleek style and an extraordinary voice… evocative of Lady Day yet uniquely his own.  He originated the role of the Mistress of Seduction in Cirque du Soleil’s Zumanity, performing 8 shows a week for 5 years in Cirque’s custom-built 1,800-seat theater in Vegas. 

More recently he celebrated Billie Holiday’s centennial with a series of lush concerts that premiered as part of Lincoln Center American Songbook and concluded with a sold-out run of shows at REDCAT in Los Angeles.

Don't miss this one-of-a-kind artist performing a one-night-only concert live in Hollywood. Not to be missed!

Tickets: $25-40, Box Office (866) 468- 3399 or www.ChrisIsaacsonPresents.com

CAVERN CLUB CELEBRITY THEATRE at Casita Del Campo Restaurant

1920 Hyperion Ave.

Silverlake, CA 90027

Proudly presented by Chris Isaacson Presents

*Tickets purchased online receive priority seating.

JOEY ARIAS

JOEY ARIAS

Cabaret

Cabaret singer, jazz vocalist, songwriter, cult film star, theater artist, drag performer, fashion icon — JOEY ARIAS defies categorization. Long acclaimed for channeling Billie Holiday, Arias has gone on to establish himself as a world-class entertainer – touring internationally and starring in lavish theatrical productions including Cirque du Soleil’s Zumanity and Arias with a Twist. Arias grew up in Los Angeles, and he was the youngest-ever member of the famed Groundlings improv troupe where classmates included Paul Reubens (aka Pee-Wee Herman) and Loraine Neuman (Saturday Night Live). 

At 16 he was signed to Capitol Records with the band Pearly, and at 18 he drove across the country in a pick up truck with Kim Hastreiter (PAPER magazine), and the two friends relocated to New York City.  Over the succeeding three decades Arias emerged as a bona fide New York City icon, distinguishing himself with scandalous wit, sleek style, and an extraordinary voice.

Arias has performed worldwide at venues that include Carnegie Hall, the Freedom Theatre in London, as well as the cabaret clubs of Paris, Tokyo, Moscow, Germany, Finland, Estonia, Canada, and England. On film, he has appeared in Mondo New York, Big Top Pee Wee, Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, Wigstock –The Movie, Flawless and To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar. Television credits include the infamous Saturday Night Live episode with David Bowie and Klaus Nomi, Ann Magnuson's Vandemonium (Cinemax), Elvira's MTV Halloween Special, HBO’s Dragtime, HBO's Real Sex, and Gayer Than Gay on VH1, along with numerous appearances on a wide variety of talk shows and programs.