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Burlesque: Heart of the Glitter Tribe Set to Open at Living Room Theaters

Friday, February 24, 2017

 

Burlesque: Heart of the Glitter Tribe is coming to Living Room Theaters in Portland Oregon. 

The show is a documentary feature film about the passion and personalities at the heart of today’s wave of burlesque dancers. 

Shows runs from March 3 to March 9 with varying showtimes. 

Burlesque: Heart of the Glitter Tribe

Burlesque: Heart of the Glitter Tribe is a documentary feature about the passion and personalities at the heart of today’s wave of burlesque. 

On stage and in candid conversation, twelve of today’s hottest performers reveal the naked truth about an exotic world where artifice is a route to authenticity and pretending to be someone else is the ultimate journey to become yourself. These burlesquers put it all on the line in performances that are sexy, funny, elegant and outrageous – and they bare more than just their bodies as they discuss their artistic vision, their financial struggles, the misconceptions that infuriate them and the community that sustains them.

The film is directed by Jon Manning and stars Angelique DeVil, Zora Von Pavonine, Babs Jamboree, Stage Door Johnnies, Sandria Dore’, Isaiah Esquire, Violet Ohmigod, Russell Bruner, and Ivizia Dakini.

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