Presented by Jo Jo Stiletto Events
in association with the Theatre Off Jackson
Tickets on sale June 13 at noon at BrownPaperTickets.
SHOW DATES: Aug 15, 16, 21, 22, & 23 2014
Doors 7pm. Show 8pm (late seating may not be available)
21+ with ID.
After a year hiatus, the third installment of Whedonesque Burlesque returns to Seattle with all new acts inspired by the Whedonverse: Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Avengers, Firefly, Dr. Horrible’s Sing-a-long Blog, Angel, Agents of SHIELD, and yes, maybe even Cabin in the Woods.
Oh god, oh god, we’re all going to die…of awesome.
Whedonesque Burlesque will explore the sexy, silly, strange, and emotional aspects of fandom through the art of burlesque. Puppets, slayers, demons, and heroes will show us a new side of themselves. Nothing here is real. Nothing here is right.
Jesus la Pinga
La Petite Mort
Lady Drew Blood
Rebecca M Davis
Sailor St. Claire
Sin de la Rosa
Vox Fabuli Puppets
With Matt Langston and Vanadium Silver
Tickets on sale June 14th. Note, while we never count on it, this show has a history of selling out quickly. Please be advised. Also, note that Aug 23rd will be the official after-party, details TBD.
“Dazzling. Hilariously perverse. Fandom, feminism, and the Whedonverse converged into an event so inspiring I had to be in it the following year.” – Jennifer K. Stuller, editor of Fan Phenomena and Buffy the Vampire Slayer and author of Ink-Stained Amazons and Cinematic Warriors: Superwomen in Modern Mythology
“…the production value of Whedonesque Burlesque exceeded quantitative measure.” Madeline Rider, Seattle Burlesque Press
$25 General Admission
$40 Premium Ticket: This special reserved section is dead center, the first two rows. This is a limited reserved section.
$150 VIP Experience: Each VIP ticket is for a table for two literally on stage with the performers. Each patron will also receive a VIP gift bag. NOTE: purchase of a single VIP ticket will admit 2 patrons. Each VIP table cannot accommodate more than 2 seats.
Info for patrons with disabilities:
Our venue is wheelchair accessible. Please contact us in advance to ensure best experience possible. For visually impaired patrons, make note that seating provisions can be made for closer seating if you contact us in advance. While our production is not translated for ASL, please contact us if you wish to bring your translator and we can make arrangements for appropriate seating.
THIS IS A PARODY/SATIRICAL PRODUCTION