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Monster Burlesque-Late Night Variety Show with Fur and Teeth

Monster Burlesque - A Late Night Variety Show with Fur and Teeth!

WITH: Tanya Drewery as The Magenta Diamond, Maria Dabrowska, Vaune Mason as The Avian Belle, Venus Starr, Emma Phillips, Will Barling, Annie Collins, Terence Turner and Gene Alexander
Directed by Deborah Pope.
Choreography by Maria Dabrowska, Deborah Pope and Venus Starr.
Written by Vaune Mason and Maria Dabrowska.
Costume Design by Vaune Mason and Cathy Tree Harris.

WHEN: 8,9,10 Sept, 15, 16, 17 Sept 10:30pm
WHERE: Paramount Theatre
25 Courtenay Place, Wellington
Tickets: www.eventfinder.co.nz and Paramount 04-384-4080

Behind the scenes at Monster Burlesque…

Overactive Imagination has just released a trailer revealing a tasty glimpse into the transformation from human to monster in the upcoming sensation Monster Burlesque!

Monsters emerge out of the mutated cupboard to give the world a peek at the spectacle that is unfolding before us. Zombies, Tuis and Cocks, Oh my!

Click on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xiXix8ITqCs for a look into the wonder that awaits…

Monster Burlesque will be a spectacle not easily forgotten. The audience will take this unique experience home with them feeling enriched, entertained and utterly delighted.

For more information: http://monsterburlesque.blogspot.com

ENDS

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