It combines music, acro yoga, acro-aerials and even belly dancing.
Alice: The Absinthe Dream will perform Oct. 12 at Minglewood Hall's 1884 Lounge.
"It's a variation of acro yoga so it's partner acrobatics," said Danielle Bayliss, acro yoga artist.
Alice: The Absinthe Dream is a show is based on the novels "The Adventures in Wonderland and "Through the Looking Glass," both of which have been suspected of being written by someone under the influencer of something.
When you see some of the acts you might just feel like you're actually in some type of weird dream.
It's all part of a new dance and music art form that started out on the west coast. It has been around in Memphis the last couple of years and is growing a fan base of enthusiastic supporters.
"We've gotten a great reaction," said Drachel Ehemann, producer. "Everybody is really excited cause not only is it a variety show but it's an Alice in Wonderland theme, so we've gotten a lot of excitement over that."
"I think that people don't know that there is this type of art and performance in Memphis, so it's nice to kind of spread the word," Bayliss said. "There is a lot of this out there and a lot of great talent in Memphis."