Come turn the mic on while we take it off at Burlesque Karaoke! Sing your favorite jams while the amazing burlesque dancers of The Candybox Revue perform LIVE to your voice (or that of your reluctant friend)!
EVERYONE is welcome!
This is an incredible entertainment mashup, where you get to have all the fun of karaoke, while watching the amazing sexy talent of burlesque dancers ALL COMBINED INTO ONE! Bring your $dolla-dolla$ bills to show our performers your appreciation for their improvisational skills!
Vocal warmup starts at 8pm and burlesque performers hit the stage at 9pm.
$10 Adv – $15 Door
Doors @ 7:30 PM (ages 21+)
All ticket sales are final. No refunds. Door is Cash Only.
The Candybox Revue is a dance ensemble full of sparkling burlesque glamour, musical theatre, and Las Vegas style Bump & Grind in Atlanta, GA. Founded by Ursula Undress, the group is a sugary array of exotic entertainers such as: Talloolah Love, Candi LeCoeur, Roula Roulette, Desta Del Carmen, Minnie Mercury, Bunny Wigglebottom, Bourgeois Betty, Annette Coquette, Eric Shawns, Buster Von Strapp, Lola LeSoleil, and Flame Cynders. Rounding out the "arm candy" is the ever classy and debonair Oliver Gentleman.
The Candybox Revue focuses on burlesque as theater, and brings both dramatic and comedic elements to their productions. With this wide assortment of talent and an array of production themes, they have performed all over the region including The Americana Burlesque and Sideshow Fest for the past 2 years. They have also performed and competed at the Smoky Mountain Burlesque Festival, Great Southern Exposure, DragonCon's Glamour Geek Revue, and were named Creative Loafing's 'Best of Atlanta' for Dance Performance in 2016.
The Candybox Revue mission is to provide quality entertainment, showcase artistic and individual diversity, support heartfelt causes in and around our community, and consistently raise the bar for Burlesque and variety entertainment production.
We are part of the #IAmBurlesque International Movement which showcases burlesque performers of all body types, abilities, ethnicities, and experiences as proud individuals and entertainers. The movement encourages others to support and empower our fellow performers. We cannot dictate what our audiences like, we can only offer them a variety and hope that we can cover all the bases when it comes to what they will enjoy. We believe that all bodies are interesting and beautiful and we understand that representation is important in shifting the narrative of what a body is ‘supposed’ to be.