Thursday, April 7, 2016

Nasty Drew & That Harder Boy: The Mystery of the Family Jewels

Posted By on Thu, Apr 7, 2016 at 1:18 PM

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Someone has stolen Lady Dubois’ family jewels. A crew of scantily clad strippers will seek to uncover the mystery as they discover clues and suspects in order to find the thief.

This scripted burlesque performance was written and produced by Chris Harder of Hung With Care, Big Gay Hudson Valley’s annual burlesque cabaret. Cast members include Chris Harder, Nasty Canasta, Fancy Feast, Ben Franklin, Honey Davenport, Pearls Daily, Bastard Keith, and Fifi DuBois.

Presented by Big Gay Hudson Valley and GayHudson.com, this traveling burlesque group comes to the Hudson Valley—on Friday, April 15 at Canvas in Poughkeepsie, on Saturday, April 16 at the Rosendale Theatre, and at Club Helsinki in Hudson on Sunday, April 17. Tickets are on sale for $20.

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