20. March 2013 00:15
Taxes this year are due on Monday, April 15th. We know a lot of you may be working late the weekend before to get them all done and in on time. We appreciate that. So after you’ve finished carrying the one and referencing table A on document 1086, we think you should reward yourself with a little shimmy, some bump and grind, and some of Seattle’s amazing burlesque performers. We’ll even start later for you. On Saturday, April 13th, we'll be staying late for Sunday's Early Edition of the Belltown Burlesque Revue. Some may call it a late show, starting at 11:00 pm and doors opening at 10:30 pm, we consider this the extra early Sunday Morning Edition. Either way, it'll be an amazing way to enter into the new week.
Purple Devil Productions presents
The Belltown Burlesque Revue: The Really Early Sunday Edition
Come and see...
- La Petite Mort & M. Incroyable
- Boom Boom L’Roux
- Miss Violet DeVille
- Miss Penelope Rose
- Candy Apples
- Nancy Brown
- Katie Kat
- Sara Dipity
- Karmen Sutra
- Whisper De Corvo
- Dahlia Ste. Cyr
The raucous Lilith von Fraumench will be your host and guide through the evening.
The Belltown Burlesque Revue: The Really Early Sunday Edition is April 11th at the Re-Bar located at the east end of Seattle's historic Belltown neighborhood.
April 13th at 11:00 pm, doors open at 10:30 pm
1114 Howell St
You can RSVP for the show and share it with your friends on Facebook!
$50 for V.I.P. seat in the front row and a good bag to go with it.
$25 for Premium Seating in the front row with a table for your drinks
$15 at the door
$13 online at belltownburlesquerevue.brownpapertickets.com
9. March 2013 20:54
On Saturday, I debuted a brand new act, The Spectral Carnival and one of the key stones to the costume--and the final reveal--is the mask I wear.
In the first of what I hope will be a long line of articles about making some of the stuff I do. In the least, it'll be an archive for me to reference in the future but I hope it helps you too. In this case, I had to attach a new piece of elastic to the mask. More...