Friday, March 14 - Thursday, March 20, 2014
Live Performances nightly through March 20, see schedule below.
The World Famous *BOB*, Dirty Martini, Tigger!, Mat Fraser, Julie Atlas Muz, Bunny Love, Bambi the Mermaid, James Habacker and Rose Wood use satire and their own bodies to send up conventional notions of body image, gender, and sexuality in their modern burlesque performances. New York underground filmmaking legend Beth B enters their subversive world, both on stage and behind-the-scenes, in this entertainingly provocative portrait of NYC artists gleefully breaking taboos as they entertain.
“One of the most revealing portraits yet of the marginal performance medium, the film is likely to blow the cobwebs off any preconceptions viewers might have about gender, sexuality, empowerment and the body… Like its subjects, Beth B’s documentary is uninhibited, playfully unsettling, and uniquely enlightening.” – Time Magazine/Lightbox
Sneak Preview, Thursday, March 13, 8:00pm — Host: World Famous *BOB*; performances by Bunny Love & Bambi the Mermaid; Kitten: Tiny D
Friday, March 14, 9:30pm — Host: James Habacker; performance by World Famous *BOB*; Kitten: Sincerely O
Saturday, March 15, 9:30pm — Performance by Dirty Martini; Kitten: Little Motown
Sunday, March 16, 9:30pm — Performances by Bunny Love & Tigger!; Kitten: Ginger Twist
Monday, March 17, 9:30pm — Performance by Dirty Martini; Kitten: Bunny Buxom
Tuesday, March 18, 9:30pm — Host: Earl Dax of PUSSY FAGGOT!; Performances by Mat Fraser, Julie Atlas Muz, & Tigger!; Kitten: Little Motown
Wednesday, March 19, 9:30pm — Host & performer: Dr. Lucky; Kitten: Lillian Bustle
Thursday, March 20, 9:30pm — Host: Veronica Vera (aka Miss Vera); performer TBA; Kitten: Tiny D
- Country USA
- Rating NR
- Running Time 78 minutes
- Director Beth B
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