Barbarellesque burlesque SOLD OUT in Baltimore
Thank you to our amazing audiences and to The Creative Alliance for hosting this unique, live-action burlesque production of the iconic sci-fi camp classic, Barbarella!
More than a themed show and beyond nerdlesque, this fully scripted performance follows the film’s delightfully cheesy plot and dialogue and adds even more sexy silliness with striptease, song and dance! Baltimore burlesque shows will never be the same!
Don’t take our word for it–check out what the press has to say:
“If it’s cool, there’s burlesque of it…so go check out Barbarellesque to get inspired!”–City Paper “NOW SEE THIS!” Critic’s Choice
“A lot of clothes will come off at the Barbarella-inspired burlesque show at The Creative Alliance. Check out our preview gallery of the show. It’s a hot one!”–Baltimore City Paper
“Barbarellesque has definitely struck a chord among sci-fi fans!”–21st Century Burlesque
“We’re already blushing thinking about Mr. Gorgeous’ NSFW take on Barbarella, and we probably won’t think of the alien-friendly sexpot in the same way ever again.”–Baltimore Style Magazine
“Barbarellesque is sure to bring out the little Galaxy Queen in each of us.”–What Weekly
“This is fantasy coming true, with not one, but FOUR Barbarellas! Strap in, strap on and enjoy the ride!”–NerDC.net
“Barbarallesque is particularly exciting. It’s essentially a live-action version of the sci-fi camp classic Barbarella.”–The Baltimore Chop
“If you like burlesque, sci-fi, theater, musicals, boylesque…there is something for everyone.”–DC Metro Theater Arts
“Any show which features Cherie Sweetbottom, Maria Bella, Sunny Sighed and Kay Sera – all taking turns portraying the undisputed Queen of the Galaxy – is not to be missed!”–Baltimore Post-Examiner
“It’s a really smart, sexy show and you should go!”–DC Metro Theater Arts“Epic.”–Baltimore Post Examiner
Please note: We caution those with photosensitive epilepsy that strobe lighting effects will be used during the show. Theatrical smoke will also be used; persons with allergies or respiratory ailments may wish to consider seating away from the stage.