Wednesday, August 15, 2012

There's Burlesque at HoCo Tonight!

Posted By on Wed, Aug 15, 2012 at 2:00 PM

I can't say that the preview video below is work-safe; I can't say that I understand how they're going to squeeze their act onto the Proscenium stage of Club Congress; and I can't say that I've had that much interest in going to burlesque before tonight.

But The Body Show, from Super Happy Funtime Burlesque, looks like some damn dirty fun, with a quality sounding band backing the be-pastied ladies and a large, mostly-naked man.

Here's the description, lifted from the Hotel Congress site:

"The SHFB body show follows the story of burlesque dancer Marcella La Salsa who, during a black tie fist fuck party, gets sucked up into a burlesque dancers’ cavernous ass. Lost in an anus, she meets a wacky mad scientist, his sexy assistant, and a half eaten pickle. Together the team decide to go on an amazing adventure throughout the interior of the body, learning about all its crazy functions and spending a particular amount of focus on the ass and titties."

With a description like that, how could you NOT go?

The 21 and over show starts at 8 p.m., with tickets at $10.

Video is below the jump for those of you who can't watch mostly-naked people at work.

Out-of-Context Bonus Find!
Pulled directly from the description of another SHFB video: "The orgasm is of such power and ferocity that it brings to them a shared vision of Jesus Christ, who does a striptease and then menstruates all over the stage."

...yeah, I don't know either, you guys.

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