Imagine a society where sexuality is not hidden but celebrated, where a gleefully candid husband-and-wife duo perform love songs for the world.
Now imagine them transplanted onto the Chilliwack stage, singing jazzy show tunes about taboos we never talk about.
On Feb. 23 at 7: 30 p.m. in the Rotary Hall Studio Theatre, the Chilliwack Arts & Cultural Centre Society presents a titillating show like no other: Sing Your Way to Better Sex.
Featuring The Wet Spots, who sing unflinchingly frank lyrics paired with sweet, catchy pop melodies, this band is two parts nice and all naughty.
A perfectly lewd and lovable addition to the Festival Series at the centre, Sing Your Way to Better Sex paints a picture of a world that not many enter or know about.
Sing Your Way to Better Sex stars internationally acclaimed cabaret duo The Wet Spots (Cass King and John Woods), who write the most elegant yet bawdy songs about sex that you will ever hear. With ditties such as the country-like waltz of "Sweaty and Stinky," where the glow after the act of love is described in sensational spectacle, to "Booty Call" and the serenade of a shamed lover, King and Woods are delightful, exciting and outrageous when it comes to cabaret.
Using their lively blend of original songs, audience interaction, spankings and sing-alongs, The Wet Spots will draw patrons into a world where the libido is celebrated and satirized. "The aim for our show is to entertain people with the notion that sexual expression is healthy and beautiful . . . and funny," says King.
The duo started playing together in 2003 and quickly became headliners at Vancouver cabarets and comedy clubs. Five years later, having developed a following with the success of their internet videos, The Wet Spots travel extensively, playing shows across Canada, the U.S., the U.K. and Australia. The Wet Spots' genre-busting act appeals to a broad audience, despite (or rather, because of) their adult subject matter.
? Tickets are only $25 per person. Call the Centre Box Office at 604-391-SHOW (7469) for more information. Due to the adult materials and situations of this performance, Sing Your Way to Better Sex may not be appropriate for all audiences.