Scot Nery’s ‘Boobie Trap’ Brings Contorted Variety to L.A.’s Cafe-Club Fais
The night time’s the right time for an adult show for all ages. You’re never too old for the magic of circus and carney acts, and if one man can juggle three rings of variety it is Scot Nery. Nery will contort himself into all manner of performance as he hosts “Boobie Trap” at Cafe-Club Fais every Wednesday night at 8 p.m. until Aug. 23.
The fast paced revue will spotlight 14 world class screwballs in 90 minutes on the stage and balloon artists at the bar. “Boobie Trap” features mind-twisting acts of magic, music and standup. From high wires to low humor, villains and vaudevillians will mix with the audience in the historic Hollywood haunt. “Everyone at Boobie Trap is made to belong, and you will be as involved in the night as you want to be,” the venue promises.
Nery promises his fans will have “fun no matter what.” He started doing magic tricks when he was 7 and started charging his classmates for birthday party appearances by the time he hit 11. Their parents booked him for banquets. He was a professional juggler by the time he got out of high school. He packed his world into the trunk of his car and toured the country, performing on the streets of New Orleans, New York City, Boston, Baltimore, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Nery is also a comedian and actor who has appeared on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” at the HBO Comedy Festival and in the hit horror comedy “Scary Movie 5.” He was recently featured in the promotional campaign for the hit FX series “American Horror Story.”
Fais Do Do is a historic landmark built during the Art Deco period of the 1930s as a First Citizens Savings Bank and Trust branch office. It converted to a favorite watering hole for filmmakers and artists as the area became known as the Sugar Hill District. The bank was renamed Café Club Fais Do-Do in 1990 to capture its New Orleans vibe.
Nery will also host an after-party called “Side-Boob” every Wednesday at 9:30 p.m.
Scot Nery’s “Boobie Trap” runs June 1 until Aug. 23 at L.A.’s Cafe-Club Fais every Wednesday night at 8 p.m.