Rebel Without a Bra: A Burlesque Cabaret introduces us to the history of women in burlesque and lays bare the tired tropes of burlesque history with cheeky comedic scenes.

Join us for an enticing experience combining theater, cabaret, and burlesque in this unique and sensual evening of entertainment. Learn about women in burlesque history through the eyes, ears, and reminisces of some of its most fascinating participants. From the sultry stage presence of Victorian lovelies in tights, to the French cancan, through the classical age of burlesque beauties, to the current neo-burlesque genre, you will leave wanting more. This theatrical experience strips away the performer’s inhibitions (and yours) at this year’s annual Rogue Festival.

SF Gate called it “A fleshy offering… celebrating the female body in various shapes and sizes.” “A loose look at burlesque history – with nods to Josephine Baker, Isadora Duncan, and Mae West.”

California Arts Academy – Severence Theater

3/6/20     9:30pm
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  1. Andrea Thacker Delcore
    3 months ago

    This was a fantastic show. The costumes, dancing, and especially the SPARKLE. These ladies were talented and very classy. The audience didn’t seem to know how to react, yet the performers still put on an energetic, positive show. It was a little bit of history and then an era number. Many costume changes, lots of creativity. There’s a pretty large burlesque following in Fresno and curiosity – you all need to get to this show and show these ladies that Fresno appreciates all the work they put into this beautiful, classy cabaret.

    1. Red Velvet
      3 months ago

      Thank you!!!!


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