Circus of Sin: It's Femme Fatale Cabaret; it's film noir stories, it's contortionists, aerialists, moving to the backdrops of violins, keyboards, bass guitar and drums. The best Live Band performance on the west!
If you’re a L.A. nightlife lover, you’ve heard of Toledo. The audacious L.A. native, who’s proudly lived “everywhere from South Central to the Valley to Hollywood”, has been bringing his stage shows — the long-running Toledo Show and Toledo’s Circus of Sin — to L.A. club stages consistently for the past couple decades now, everywhere from The Central (now The Viper Room) to Union in Hollywood. His current residency, open to the public, is at Harvelle’s in Santa Monica on Sundays and Harvelle's Long Beach last Saturdays of the month. When we ask him how he describes what he does, he says it’s essentially “film noir fairy tales,” but adds that the dancers are an important element that inspire him. “I’ve always considered them as femme fatales ever since the beginning,” he says. “I love women that own everything they do, good, bad or indifferent… so the show is really a femme-fatale cabaret.”
21 & over.
2 Drink Minimum.