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Filthy Gorgeous Burlesque Show at Two Boots 

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It’s sexy, it’s bawdy, it’s side-splitting. On November 8, see New York City’s best in burlesque show their stuff at Two Boots Pizza in Red Hook. The event features host and illusionist Albert Cadabra alongside six performances: the uninhibited cultural dance of the Maine Attraction, the unbreakable vocals of Broadway Brassy, the eclectic music of DJ Momotaro, the sweet southern charm of Boo Boo Darling, the intoxicating talents of Rosie 151, and the humor and virility of Brewster. The night will surge with sultry surprises and seductive aestheticism, staging not only burlesque talent, but cirque and vaudevillian acts as well. The pizza restaurant and bar will offer drink and food specials to accompany the night of song and dance. (845) 758-0010.

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