Shhh! Did you hear that?
The Peek-A-Boo Revue goes “Bump in the Night” this October 7th at the Milton Theatre in Milton, DE.
Count Scotchula and the Boo Crew are brewing up a luscious elixir devilishly designed to bewitch and beguile, debase and defile, with grace and with style even the most pure-hearted patron in this Vampy Burlesque Spectacular!
Tiel will make you squeal while Cherry ensnares you in her sultry spider’s web. Scotch will have you cackling your pants off as the rest of the Peek-A-Coven stirs your cauldron with the help of a Spooky Special Guest.
So dust off ‘Dem Dry Bones, hop on the nearest broomstick and fall under the spell of Philadelphia’s Premiere Burlesque Troupe- because things that go bump in the night aren’t always what they appear to be.
Philly’s beloved burlesque troupe is going to entertain you until it hurts with their devilishly divine combination of dancing, classic striptease, and comedy. The ladies of The Boo are going to whip your senses while Muff Johnson and Count Scotchula tickle your funny bone. You’ll never know what to expect next. It is live entertainment at its finest!
Since 1998, in Philadelphia PA, one troupe has kept the spirit of cabaret, burlesque and all-around “showbizzy-ness” alive by presenting a new show each month — The Peek-A-Boo Revue! An adults-only pastiche of singing, dancing, and comedy all wrapped up in a Burlesque Show!
Starting humbly in The Five Spot niteclub as a variety show created by the owner Phil Cohen, who also sheparded the group as its producer and staunchest ally, the show grew rapidly. What started as a Wed. evening affair would blossom into 2 shows every 1st Sat. A show freshly-minted EACH Month!
The group would eventually ‘morph’ into a tight-knit cast of friends, an ensemble of men and women capable of almost anything onstage (and sometimes even offstage). The group (dubbed as a ‘neo-burlesque’ troupe) has performed for a wide-range of audiences over the years, and been attached to many high-profile events, festivals and causes (willing to attach the ‘edgy’ elements of burlesque)!