Musical Comedy About Romance and Dating: Love in the Middle Ages
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The last date listed for Love in the Middle Ages was Saturday March 8, 2014 / 7:00pm.
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A sizzling evening of burlesque and jazz music awaits you at A Burlesque Soiree. Glamorous singing sensation Vita Thorne hosts this vintage-influenced extravaganza that includes dazzling burlesque from feather-strewn showgirls, along with live jazz from John Kozan and The Red Hot Band. Special guest performers include seductress Puss-N-Boots, direct from London, and international showgirl Le Grand Chaton. This over-the-top, retro evening is the biggest, most glamorous burlesque show that New York has to offer. Learn More
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Featured review from Goldstar MemberRed Velvet
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The show was funny, but the theatre was extremely overcrowded. I understand the 2 drinks per person minimum limit, but was very dissapointed at being charged $9 for a bottle of domestic beer. Two bottles for $18... Outrageous!
The show is written by Eric Kornfeld, most known for writing Bette Midler’s Vegas extravaganza and Jeffrey Jackson, playwright of the award-winning Two Point Oh! and Frankenstein. Music is by Michaelangelo Sosnowitz, who has written scores for HBO, VH1, PBS and countless films and commercials.