Broadway Varietease: Sexy Songs, Dance, Comedy and Burlesque
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The last date listed for Broadway Varietease was Monday December 17, 2012 / 7:00pm.
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Quotes & Highlights
- "A clever turn on an old tradition…. Think Gypsy Rose Lee in sophistication, together with a little bawdy, a lot of talent and an evening from which you’ll walk away smiling." --Broadway After Dark
- "A sort of PG-13 burlesque. It brings a bit of erotica to the main stage, bridging the gap between late night down and dirty burlesque and a daytime squeaky-clean Broadway show." --broadwayworld.com
This show runs 75 minutes, and is age 18+.
An erotically charged evening of song, dance and burlesque, this sexy night out, conceived and created by director/choreographer Tricia Brouk, is a fusion pastiche, an array of song, dance, Broadway, and burlesque. Broadway performers moonlight in a sexy, exciting variety show that is like no other show in New York City.
Tricia Brouk, a 2010 Dance Break featured choreographer, has also choreographed Denis Leary’s hit TV show Rescue Me on FX, and the films The Hoax (with Richard Gere) and John Turturro’s Romance and Cigarettes.
Lisa Wheeler is assistant choreographer, Andrew Sotomayor is musical director, and Joe Ricci is the writer.