Venue Details

28 Star Starred
Gorilla Tango Theatre
between Western and Oakley 1919 North Milwaukee Avenue Chicago, IL 60647
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2 events
1 review
1 stars
Arrive early to get a good seat its general admission
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3 events
2 reviews
2 stars
Parking wasn't horrible. We were able to park right out front of the theater. The venue is small; if you want to be in the front I suggest arriving early.
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Reviews & Ratings

"Boobs of the Dead: A Walking Dead Burlesque"
20 ratings
3.7 average rating
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45 events
9 reviews
2 stars
attended Jan 25 2013

Other than the fact that the actors seemed enthusiastic about performing, I have nothing good to say about this show. If I had paid full price I would've been really angry. It was short, the story was dumb. I won't be attending any more Gorilla...continued

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15 events
4 reviews
9 stars
attended Nov 01 2013

Could have been a great time ... alas, shortly before we were to enter the theater, we heard, "Birthday party of 36 will be here soon." That's really all you need to know, here. You blew it, Gorilla Tango. Lots of unhappy patrons in the house on...continued

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11 events
3 reviews
20 stars
attended Jan 25 2013

If it had been free I would've walked out. I especially didn't like that they forced you to tip them by shoving buckets in your face until you gave in.

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Quotes & Highlights

“It’s an explosion of glitter, blood, and sex appeal. You can’t ask for anything better! Ladies and gentlemen, this is a must-see.” —
“You can’t go wrong with this show! It’s very funny, clever and sexy.” — Examiner
“Funny, titalating, and deviously clever, Boobs of the Dead will be a delight for zombie fans and burlesque fans alike.” — Zombie Blog, Highly Reccommended.
“Gorilla Tango burlesques are always smart and playful, but this edition shows a developing sophistication.” — Chicago Reader