Boobs & Goombas: A Super Mario Burlesque Returns to Bucktown
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The last date listed for Boobs & Goombas: A Super Mario Burlesque was Friday July 26, 2013 / 11:59pm.
Currently at Gorilla Tango Theatre:
- Full Price:
- Our Price:
- $12.50 - $17.50
Captain Kirk, Spock and the rest of the Enterprise crew explore their strangest new worlds yet as Gorilla Tango Theatre transforms them into smart, sexy women in The Rack of Khan: A Star Trek Burlesque. After a bout with Kahn's Genesis Device, the manly Federation heroes find themselves, well, not-so-manly, and must travel into the future to seek help from their famed successors Picard, Worf and Data. A scantily clad battle through the cosmos ensues as the newly formed ladies prepare to defeat Kahn -- and her rack -- and turn back the clock in a sultry sci-fi universe where anything is possible... and resistance is futile. Learn More
If you are going to experience the Gorilla Tango Theatre, I would definitely recommend eating at Silom 12. It is a trendy Thai restaurant walking distance from the theatre. Delicious and reasonable priced meal. For a party of 5, our bill was under $100.The Empire Brings Sexy Back dining • Mar 17 2014 star this tip starred
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from liquid007
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The show was very entertaining. The venue itself was on the smaller end but they make it work very well at Gorilla Tango. Since I grew up playing these games I related to the theme which made it that much funnier. The show was about an hour and they sell beer there, just in case you were wondering. Our group had a great time and the cast is super sexy and funny, exactly what you look for in a girl..**Sigh**
Quotes & Highlights
Super Mario Bros. was released in Japan on September 13, 1985 and went onto sell over 40 million copies. The plumber has gone on to star in numerous critically acclaimed platformers and his Super Mario Bros. series is still the most popular of all time with 240 million units sold globally. The Mario character has appeared in more than 200 video games, and now, one burlesque show. Originally created and directed by MsPixy and produced by Gorilla Tango Burlesque.