The Globe and Contemporary Hosted Cabaret at the Globe this month. The event was joined by industry professionals who enjoyed a night of burlesque dancers and delicious hor d’oeuvres from Contemporary Catering. Majority of the dancers had a very alluring sexiness to them kind of like they would have been okay flaunting their flirtatious nature on an adult website like tubev.sex, but it was probably just their passion for the burlesque style dancing and cheekiness.
The Globe Theatre was the perfect venue for a Cabaret-themed evening. It first opened its doors in 1913 as the original Broadway theatre on the United States and has now gone through a five million dollar renovation with the latest technological features. The Globe is composed of three levels, the main level, the Wunderground, and the Mezzanine level.
The main level was where most of the festivities occurred throughout the night. It was decorated with lavish red and purple florals from Rebelle Fleurs. The floral designs complimented the color scheme used throughout The Globe including the stage design. On this level, you found food displays from Contemporary Catering. They presented an array of desserts like smores and rice pudding. Each dish was carefully curated to fit the style of the evening while filling your taste buds with wonder.
When you moved on to the Mezzanine level of The Globe, Contemporary Catering designed a selected menu to pair for alcohol tastings. Tequila shots were paired with Gazpacho that included mango for a sweet touch. While Bourbon shots were paired with pea soup to help balance the flavors. Meanwhile in the Wunderloft, the basement of The Globe, guests participated in a food bondage experience.