As themed in accordance to the novel & film, Fight Club: A Project Mayhem Burlesque, follows a life changing time within a woman seeking freedom from monotony. An insomniac finds herself addicted to constantly up-keeping all of her social networking profiles. In losing sleep, she finds a right of way by joining various support groups. This remedy gives her a taste of rest but quickly realizes that upon arrival of a fraud, known as Marla Singer, joins in the groups as well, she loses her peace. In the return of sleepless nights and traveling for work, the insomniac meets an interesting character named Taylor Durden.
Taylor Durden is not your typical well mannered poster child for what’s right in the world, but she has her strong influencing ways. After compromising situations leave a job traveling insomniac homeless, Taylor becomes the savior to more than one said problem. The two quickly become good friends through one providing a place to stay, while the other providing the start of what becomes known as Fight Club. From one punch, this Fight Club becomes the new support group that was desperately needed by our narrator.
As the Fight Club grew stronger, Taylor and the insomniac grew stronger. The Club evolves into Project Mayhem and from there, mischief arrives via Space Monkeys. Does the power become overwhelming for Taylor & the narrator? What kind of mischief do the Space Monkeys perform? And does this insomniac ever find internal peace within herself?
Fight Club: A Project Mayhem Burlesque original performance featured Ann Hauserbush, Bunny Bixby, Doxie Doll, Jane Goodforall, Marie Curieosity, Sadie Hotkins, and Towanda Lust. Fight Choreography by Bobby Hoffman. Dance Choreography by Stella Cheeks. Written / Directed by Jonald Jude Reyes.