We are so proud of our 2022 Burlesque University class! Come them them, our judges, and Honeybee Burlesque instructors (Lipstick Lamarr, Lady Bladie, Bearcat Betty) perform on SUNDAY, July 17th at The Lodge.
We are thrilled to preset to the public, the class of our “Burlesque University” 2020-2021! That’s right, they not only participated in a new adventure, but had to navigate the challenges of doing so during a pandemic and have waited patiently for this opportunity to meet you on Sunday, July 18th!
Get your tickets ahead through Eventbrite so we can set up reserved seating. Doors open at 5:00pm and the show starts at 6:00pm. This is the perfect way to wrap up your weekend in debauchery and delight!
Masks are required. Costumes are optional. Join us at The Lodge. Doors open at 9:00pm with music and the show starts at 10:30pm.
We will do our best to continue to update our website to reflect any shows that are canceled or postponed as we receive word.
- The Richmond Burlesque Festival is canceled and the events moved to March 2021.
- The Baltimore Tattoo Convention was postponed until September 25-26.
- We have decided to postpone our “Pastie Prom” at The Lodge to Friday, August 14th.
- Our June show is still planned at this time.
Cinderfella, Lady Bladie, and Bearcat Betty will be spilling glitter on the highway as they travel to Richmond, VA for the first annual RVA Burlesque Festival! See Cinderfella and Lady Bladie on Friday, 3/27 and Bearcat Betty on Saturday, 3/28.
Bearcat Betty is heading to the great state of Tennessee this weekend to share her “Habitually Voluptuous” entertainment to Knoxville and Nashville. Catch her at The Edge on Saturday 3/14 and The Cobra on Sunday 3/15.
You’re invited to the Pastie Prom! Our April show at The Lodge is coming up and we want you to have an evening full of entertainment and dancing surrounding by joyous, kind, and interesting people… you know… everything your prom should have been, but probably wasn’t! Formal attire is NOT required. Feel free to get in the spirit and dress as you see fit.
Send us your prom or other formal dance photos to use in a project for show night. Please only send if you’re permitting use in our display. Following museum ethics policy, if the photo was taken within the last twenty years, please get permission or let us know who in the photo hasn’t granter permission and we can maintain anonymity for that person. Strategic cropping is also acceptable. Email them to email@example.com by 4/1.
Join us at The Lodge for one of our special SUNDAY shows! Mondays are less dreadful when you have great plans on Sunday. Tickets available online through eventbrite.
Sirvixen will be appearing in Burlhex, a night of dark magic, bewitching burlesque, Gothic tribal belly dance, and supernatural shapeshifters. The show starts at 9pm with mystical tarot reading starting at 7pm. The night also features a special spooky, complimentary, toast at midnight, and elixirs for your soul all night long. Get ready to cast a spell of fortune and passion on 2020!
Get your tickets ahead through Eventbrite.
Out of the Boxx Productions is bursting into the new decade in the best way and our Bearcat Betty will be there to help with entertainment.
It’s time to ring (back) in the Roaring Twenties with an elegant gala featuring two live bands, burlesque, and dancing! On December 31st, Creative Alliance will transform into a dramatic art deco dreamscape. Dress in your finest 1920’s duds and get ready to party! The night begins with Stanley Bothered & the Very Serious Band, transitions to a burlesque show extravaganza in two halves, and then jazz band Sac Au Lait will help us welcome the new year before playing a full set for us all to jump and swing to. There will be a photobooth to capture every moment and a complimentary champagne toast at midnight. Both the lounge and theater will be open, and rocking with music. Plus, specialty CBD cocktail’s courtesy of Maggie’s!
Please note that this is largely a standing-room show with limited seating available. Please contact the box office with accessibility concerns.