A unique and exciting adult experience, the show includes elements of Japanese dance, rock, jazz, ballet, hip-hop, reggae, and cosplay all integrated into one Japanese-style strip-show. With three acts and eight tastefully choreographed performances, watch performers make their way down a catwalk towards the audience and let your fantasies unfold. On occasion, the show even features appearances by stars from the Japanese adult film industry. Located in the Rockza theatre, this performance is in stark contrast to those in western strip clubs.
The Millennial generation is forging a distinctive path into adulthood. And in many, they are also different from older adults back when they were the age Millennials are now. These are at or near the highest levels of political and religious disaffiliation recorded for any generation in the quarter-century that the Pew Research Center has been polling on these topics. At the same time, however, Millennials stand out for voting heavily Democratic and for liberal views on many political and social issues, ranging from a belief in an activist government to support for same-sex marriage and marijuana legalization.
The Eric Andre Show is an American surreal comedy television series which began airing on May 20, The show premiered on Adult Swim and is a parody of s culture and low-budget public-access talk shows. The series is hosted by comedian Eric Andre and co-hosted by fellow comedian Hannibal Buress. Gary Anthony Williams served as the announcer in the first season, being replaced by Tom Kane in the second season and Robert Smith from the third season onwards. A total of 40 episodes have aired over the course of four seasons.
The show features surreal and often satirical humor at points anti-humor and cringe comedy , public-access television -style musical acts, bizarre faux-commercials with a unique editing and special effects style by Doug Lussenhop to make the show appear camp. The program featured a wide range of performers, including regular guests Zach Galifianakis , John C. The creators of the show have described it as "the nightmare vision of television".