Dandy Darkly’s Myth Mouth!

Dandy Darkly's Myth Mouth!
by Dandy Darkly
Brooklyn, New York
STORYTELLING, CABARET, SOLO PERFORMANCE, LGBTQ
WARNING: FOR PEOPLE OVER 18, MATURE CONTENT, HARSH LANGUAGE
EXIT Theatre, 156 Eddy St, SF
60 Minutes
TICKETS: $10 ($12.99 online)
FRI SEPT 15 7:00 PM Dandy Darkly’s Myth Mouth!
SUN SEPT 17 4:00 Dandy Darkly’s Myth Mouth!
THUR SEPT 21 7:00 PM Dandy Darkly’s Myth Mouth!
FRI SEPT 22 8:30 PM Dandy Darkly’s Myth Mouth!
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Dandy Darkly makes his San Francisco debut! Dandy is New York City’s alt-cabaret, cult sensation with a masterful and mesmerizing style of Southern gothic storytelling that has astounded critics and delighted audiences at Fringe festivals and theaters across the globe.

His latest show, Dandy Darkly’s Myth Mouth!, explores themes of religion, addiction and social media obsession via satirical tales concerning a junkie Persephone, space-pup Laika, virtual reality fixation and humanity’s premiere popinjay, Cha-Cha the Caveman. Dandy unwinds his delirious tales of sex and death alongside a nonstop, original music and eclectic sound effects to create a truly immersive storytelling experience. Prepare yourself San Fran, Dandy Darkly must be seen to be believed.

“Fantastical fairytale horror, equal parts Tennessee Williams, Edgar Allen Poe and Bruce LaBruce with a dash of Brothers Grimm for good measure.” ★★★★ (Time Out) “New York City’s King of Halloween.” (Out Magazine)

“Simply one of the most thoughtful, hilarious and harrowing queer talents at work today.” ★★★★★ (Scotsgay Magazine)

“A decidedly wicked storyteller.” (New York Times)

“The preeminent King of Halloween!” (Out Magazine)

“Storytelling that goes beyond simple tales — rhythmic, hypnotic, entrancing.” ★★★★ (Broadway Baby)

”Brilliantly written — like something Joseph Campbell, Kenneth Anger and Paul Lynde would concoct after passing around a gourd filled with shrooms.” (The Villager)

“Stories of gruesomely compelling verve; a cross between Pam Ayres, Liberace and Tales from the Crypt.” ★★★★ (The Scotsman)

“The Homer of the 21st century.” (Washington Square News).