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Wunderlust Burlesque

Date/Time

Aug 7, 2013 to Aug 28, 2013
07:30 PM

This event occurs weekly, on Wednesday.

Description

The first stop on the burlesque bandwagon is The Big Apple! This stop on the Road Trip will fulfill all your needs for a big city. Broadway! Taxi Cabs! Urban Decay! Let yourself get warmed up in the melting pot of hustle and BUSTle.

The Dirty South - August 14: Grab your boot straps and leather chaps, cause we're going down...south!  Serving up Sweet Tea charm and the spiciest of gumbos; get ready to ride reverse cowgirl and lasso a few studs, ‘cause were about to get down and dirty!

Sunset Blvd Hollywood - August 21: Lights! Camera! Action packed pasties! Follow the girls down the red carpet for a night of Hollywood glamour! This show will bring new meaning to the Sunset ''Strip''.

Viva Las Vegas - August 28: Shake those dice and kiss me twice! Our final stop on the road trip is the City of Sin, Las Vegas! Luck will be a lady tonight, and a beautiful one at that! Remember, what happens in Vegas...stays on the internet.

Cost

$15

Location

View map Seacoast Repertory Theatre
125 Bow St.
Portsmouth, NH

Additional Information

Phone

(603) 433-4793

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