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Geeklesque Gets Weird

HEATHER WISNER
7:30 pm and 11 pm Saturday, Feb. 23., Saturday February 23 | $15-$40.
Star Theater
13 NW 6th Ave.
 
Critical Hit Burlesque, the producers of Geeklesque, did not invent Weird Al Burlesque. That dubious honor belongs to San Francisco performer Pickles Kintaro, who brings this nude tribute to the accordion-toting pop parodist north. The Mad Marquis hosts two showings featuring the usual Portland suspects (Angelique DeVil, Babs Jamboree, Burlesquire, Sophie Maltease and belly dancer Elise) sharing the stage with Kintaro and her cohorts: Lady Satan, Mistress Marla Spanx, Lola Martinet, Odessa Lil and Pearl E. Gates. Enjoy?



Where: Star Theater
Address: 13 NW 6th Ave.
Website: http://geeklesquegetsweird.eventbrite.com

 
 

Star Theater

13 NW 6th Ave.
Portland, OR
97208
 
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