Jeezy's Juke Joint, Salute to Black Burlesque and Vaudeville
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The last date listed for Jeezy's Juke Joint: A Black Burly-Q Revue was Saturday July 16, 2011 / 11:00pm.
Currently at Greenhouse Theater Center
- Full Price:
- $42.00 - $49.00
- Our Price:
- $21.00 - $24.50
Called "enthralling" and "immensely entertaining" by the Chicago Sun-Times, the hit solo show… More
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Featured review from brock
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i took my wife i loved it she liked it but not as much, i thought the acts were all good some better than others a couple of the singers were very good the comedian was good and the MC Jeezy was great in all i found it to be very entertaining with some partial nudity for those who have a problem with that don't go for all other's i suggest it to be very humerous and entertaining, thanks guys for a nice show i wish they would have more
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Loved Jeezy's Juke Joint, an all African-American Burlesque Show!. So much fun, not to mention somewhat educational. :) I enjoyed the MC, Jeez Loueez'. Got a kick out of her crazy humor and her ability to roll with the punches.
Vaudezilla – one of the most prolific and successful burlesque troupes in Chicago – turns the reins over to one of its own, the Burlesque Powerhouse Jeez Loueez, to bring you the hottest night of the summer: Jeezy’s Juke Joint: A Black Burly-Q Revue. This jumpin’, jivin’, foot-stompin’ revue features the finest strip teasers and variety entertainers this side of the Mississippi.
Join Vaudezilla and your host, Jeez Loueez, as they pay homage to African-American burlesque and vaudeville with some of the best performers from around the country. Grab a drink, pull up a chair, and let loose at Jeezy’s Juke Joint.
*Chicago burlesque beauties include:
Vaudezilla’s Anita Lilmore
Sugar Cane Jane
*Foxy La Feelion (St. Louis)
Horchata Dentata (St. Louis)
Coco Dupree (Minneapolis)
Switch the Boi Wonder (Minneapolis)
Praline Dupree (New Orleans)
There will also be variety performances from comedian Marz Timms, tap dancer Star Dixon, and spoken-word artist Nikki Patin.