Not a long time from now, in a bar not very far, far away…
It's time for the Holidays and for Cherry Pitz it is time to view her favorite TV show, The Star Wars Holiday Special. All the girls at The Home For Wayward Girls and Fallen Women are doing Star Wars acts in honor of the occasion and if we can get the beta cassette to work, Cherry promises to show you a video clip of Bea Arthur dancing with space aliens at the Mos Eisley Cantina!.
PS: we are not making this up.
PPS: Don't tell George Lucas we have a copy, he has vowed to smash them all with a hammer.
Co Hosted by CHERRY PITZ & HANDSOME BRAD
Featuring performances by:
JENNY C'EST QUOI
ROSEY LA ROUGE
Gogo by the incredibly sexy and dangerous ERIKA RODGERS
And keeping the stage clean all night like a good droid should, FANTASIE D. LIGHT
SPONSORED BY SAILOR JERRY SPICED RUM! Drink specials all night at the R-Bar Cantina.
Advanced tickets: www.rbarnyc.com
Following on the footsteps of Hotsy Totsy Burlesque's successful Doctor Who Returns to Hotsy Totsy!, Mad Men, Cherry Pitz Vampire Hunter and Game of Thrones themed shows, Cherry Pitz and Joe the Shark proudly present their tribute to the 1978 Star Wars Christmas Special! We are New York's only episodic, monthly burlesque show featuring a different script each month and a rotating cast. Hotsy Totsy is a high camp soap opera featuring some of the best burlesque talent New York has to offer.
Every third Tuesday of the month, you are invited to the basement of The Home For Wayward Girls and Fallen Women. The residents of the home need money to keep their hotel open and to buy G-strings and glitter. Sadly, the shows have had their technical difficulties and in the past as they've had to combat, zombies, gangsters, human-animal hybrids, televangelists and snake oil salesmen. The performers promise you beautiful, clothing-averse women, lots of laughs, spinning tassels, and flying underpants. So join us for Hotsy Totsy Burlesque at The Home For Wayward Girls and Fallen Women where the motto is "We've fallen, we can't get up, and we like it that way!"
It's a feeling of having stumbled into a bar outside of the space-time continuum, where the best bits of sexy 20th century aesthetics (early jazz, false eyelashes, garter belts) have been gathered together for some smart and sensual dancers to play with. - www.nytheatre.com
Poster design by "The Baron" Julius von Brunk.fav.me/d5nrq78