Ruby Revue Burlesque Show: Inviting Mix of Comedy and Striptease
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The last date listed for Ruby Revue Burlesque Show was Saturday October 12, 2013 / 11:30pm (Doors Open at 10:30pm).
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The San Francisco-based, internationally acclaimed Alonzo King LINES Ballet company fuses ancient stories and songs with contemporary ballet in its Houston debut performance, featuring the works Scheherazade and Resin. An innovative re-envisioning of the ancient collection of Persian, Sanskrit and Arabic stories that is One Thousand and One Nights, the company's exciting, immersive take on Scheherazade was originally commissioned to inaugurate the centenary of the legendary Ballets Russes de Monte Carlo. Resin moves from intimate duets to the flashing, barely visible footwork of a quartet of dancers as King explores the possibilities of the vast and diverse field of Sephardic music, utilizing rare archival field recordings and Judeo-Spanish songs by early-music artist Jordi Savall. Learn More
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Featured review from Roger
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Good, entertaining show. Talented performers. Very poor viewing with 95% of audience standing around stage, and stage was not elevated high enough. Only had seating for maybe 20 people. Need more seating, or higher stage, or elevated viewing stands. Also sound system / microphone problems were a detraction.
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The Ruby Revue is a full-length burlesque show that celebrates the American traditions of comedy and striptease. The Ruby Revue features award-winning burlesque dancers, beautiful chorus girls, singers, variety acts, magic and more.
About the Ticket Supplier: House of Blues Houston
House of Blues Houston opened in October of 2008 and is located in downtown Houston. The only House of Blues to be designed in a vertical format, this massive venue is the anchor for the Houston Pavilions outdoor shopping and entertainment complex. The Bronze Peacock Room pays tribute to Houston’s first blues club where Big Momma Thornton and Lightnin’ Hopkins played. The giant hand-painted mural in the restaurant portrays these legends, along with hometown heroes Albert Collins Johnny “Guitar” Watson. In keeping with tradition, the House of Blues Houston displays the “Crazy Quilt” and keeps a metal box of mud from the Delta Mississippi underneath its stage.