Saturday, October 24th
Looking for:"Saxophone Girl" and "Ninja Guitar Guy"
Theatrical Overview: RIFFS – The Musical ~ ©Dennis Dupuis 2015
Walk-In Music plays for 13 mins 28 secs while people are being seated as it gets everyone in the right mood and then we give them a tease by our “saxophone girl” just prior to our opening act and she pops in and out of the main curtain during our intro song Aint No Stoppin Us Now (4:54) (All song usage rights will be in place and all royalties will be paid)
Now queue Spot Light Operator and play intro song…
Ain’t No Stoppin Us Now (4:54) – Saxtribution, (this is our “saxophone girl” intro song with sneakpeak appearances by a saxophone-wielding sexy professional dancer (her vibe is like Magali Amadei as seen in the Chico’s TV Ads) as she pops in and out between the seams of the main curtain)
Theater lights are now dimmed and the main curtain then opens to a darkened stage with 3 female shadow figures crouched on stage during the 15 second darkened pause)
Flashes of white light are seen from our light system as the surround sound system starts to pump to the song Land of 1,000 Dances (2:28) – by Black Magic, and the two sexy go-go girls get going to the awesome sound and light show and they also get the audience responding on queue to the chorus when our “saxophone girl” makes her first real appearance of the night (as she mimics the exaggerated moves of a professional saxophone player to the saxophone riffs of this great song, she is then joined on stage by a group of brass horn “backup players”)
Note: Our sexy “saxophone girl” changes costumes after each song in the musical, even after her intro song sneak-peek appearances. Each sexy outfit is designed to complement and enhance each legendary hit song as it is re-imagined on stage.
Hit songs and sets will include … Land of 1000 Dances, Mustang Sally, Devil in the Blue Dress, Beat It, Footloose, Tequila, Steamy Windows (Tina Turner), You Should Be Dancing (Bee Gees), Keep A Knockin and Rip It Up (Little Richard), Whole Lotta Shakin (Jerry Lee Lewis), and many more!
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