31. January 2013 20:57
The month of March is a month with a reputation: It comes in like a lamb and goes out like a multi-headed beast that wants to devour the lamb, the children, and that little old lady who lives down the block because she can't out run it. Oh, it also likes to show off its sexy self.
Okay, maybe it's not quite like that but we're certainly bringing the sexy beasts to Belltown on March 9th.
Purple Devil Productions presents Monsters, Merkins, and Mayhem. It's an evening of burlesque and belly dance to show the month of March that we are not the lambs to be lead to the slaughter.
Featuring performances by
- Seraphina Fiero
- Whisper de Corvo
- Miss Violet DeVille
- Cherry Killer Tomatoes
- Scandal from Bohemia
- Beatrice Belladonna
- Chesty La Rue
- Candy Apples
- Morgue Anne
- Cherry Tart
- Lily Divine
and hosted by Gema Lusterious
Monsters, Merkins, and Mayhem
March 9th, 2013
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 goodie bag to go with it.
- $25 for Premium Seating in the front row with a table for your drinks
- $15 at the door for general admission
- $13 online at brownpapertickets.com
Bring a little mayhem to your evening.
15. March 2011 15:43
Monsters, space aliens, and peril! Oh my!
How did it get here?
Purple Devil Productions presents an evening of fun, just looking back to the golden age of cinema where atomic horrors, diabolical plans from outer space, and home grown terrors greeted us with our demise on a silver platter.
Come for theater terror!
Please join us for an evening of burlesque, belly dance, and a horrifyingly good time!
Two thrilling shows featuring the talents of
Andrea A. Williams
Chesty La Rue
Dahlia Ste. Cyr
Sir Eddie Van Glam
Sailor St. Claire
Miss Violet DeVille
and special guest host
It Came From The Back Stage Door
the Rendezvous Jewelbox Theater
2322 2nd Ave, Seattle
April 9th, 2011
Is it natural or SUPERNATURAL?
The INCREDIBLE becomes Real!
The IMPOSSIBLE becomes Fact!
The UNBELIEVABLE becomes True!
Two thrilling shows at 7:00pm and 8:30pm!
6. February 2011 17:56
Now that I've had a week to come down off of Candisa's Cabaret I think I can finally write about it and my experience producing my first show.
Let me give you the five-thousand feet view of the show: Stars and garters, it was amazing! Far more successful than I dreamed it would be.
Let me break that down a bit for you, dear.
We over sold the house and had to turn people away after putting out another row of chairs in the front and several people on the floor at the foot of the stage. We had ten performances and Jerome Virnich was our host for the evening. The audience was fantastically involved with the show. We couldn't have been more blessed.
- Aaron Wheeler (The Magic of Aaron Wheeler)
- Dahlia Ste. Cyr (Minnie Loves Mickey)
- Peek A Boo Sunshine (Peggy Bundy)
- Chesty La Rue (Love Stinks)
- Sailor St. Claire (Hard Boiled)
- Deseo Carmin (Forbidden Love)
- Fran of the Red Tent (UnSeelie Self)
- Violet DeVille (Breaking Up With Death Is Hard To Do)
- Morgan LaMay (The Evil Queen)
- Vixen Valentine (Secret)
My host, Jerome Vrinich, was on top of things and led the audience well. Katie Kat was fantastic, adding a little bit more tease to the show in between acts.
My crew was awesome as well, the unsung heroes of the evening. If it wasn't for them, we would've been sitting in a darkened theater and chaos would've been the melody of the evening.
It experience was so rewarding that I'm doing it again. Coming to the Jewelbox Theater on April 9th, "It Came From The Back Stage Door!"
29. July 2010 23:42
What are you doing this Friday evening? If your calendar is open, and well, even if it isn't, you make space anyway for a very simple reason.
Miss Indigo Blue's Academy of Burlesque is presenting a very fine show on Friday, July 30th at 9pm, with members of the academy's sexy and talented alumni, including Mitzy Sixx, Miss Vixen Valentine, Velvet la Soie, Chesty La Rue, Persephone Fleur, and many more. Your host for the evening the is the mighty fine Ernie Von Schmaltz.
Summer Lovin' will be is presented at the West Hall, 2nd Floor, Oddfellows Building at 915 E. Pine St. in Capital Hill.
Tickets purchased through a performer are $12, $15 online ( www.brownpapertickets.com/event/118725
), and $17 at the door.
The show is for individuals 21 years of age and older.
This show is going to be hot. I'm going, are you?