No touching. No phones allowed. Please don’t get your dick out.
Slutdrop is a personal performance-documentary from an ex-stripper.
A strut in six-inch heels through movies, music and the media’s portrayal of what it means to work in the sex industry. Pop songs mix with periods in this intimate striptease that uncovers the industry’s secrets. Created and performed by Jacinta Larcombe, she recalls stories of change room talk and being told she reminds customers of a friend’s daughter.
Using drag, pie graphs and real stories from real strippers, Slutdrop uses Larcombe’s childlike visual art to create a larger-than-life experience. Think: Monica’s House from Playschool but set in the red-light district.
Peer behind the curtains in a story that bares all.
Initial concept developed at KISS club 2019 with PICA and pvi collective.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Jacinta Larcombe is a performance artist with a background in dance, theatre, drag, and visual art. She is a member of the trash drag spectacular The Real Housewives of Northbridge and has recently performed in Unveiling: Gay Sex for End Times (Renegade Productions) and Ecosexual Bathhouse (Pony Express).