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Wednesday, 27 September 2017 19:17

Hell in a Handbag & Mo Less's BAD TASTE Revue Now Playing Monthly at The Charnel House

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Due to popular demand, Hell in a Handbag Productions and Mo Less's racous and ranchy revue BAD TASTE will play the first Wednesday of every month beginning Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at The Charnel House, 3421 W. Fullerton Ave in Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood. The evening of queer and camp curiosities features a rotating cast of Chicago's most daring and disgusting performance artists: burlesque, drag, clowning, sideshow, comedy and cosplay – all with a shocking and hilarious twist! The evening also includes games, adult beverages and raffle prizes. Tickets ($10 in advance, $15 at the door) are currently available at www.BadTasteChicago.com.
 
The next BAD TASTE on Wednesday, October 4 will feature erotic and eclectic line-up including: murderous mistress and striptress CROCODILE LIGHTNING, medical madness from DR. JAMES PEMBROKE AND KOLZAC, clown college dropout ISAAC SAMUELSON, nb (nbd) stand up artist KJ WHITEHEAD, drag twin of the beloved Florence, LAWRENCE OF A'LABIA, the Original Rascal without a Cause LILLY RASCAL, world record holder for Consecutive Viewings of The Little Mermaid STEVIE LOVE and your host/ess/?? MO LESS.
PRODUCTION DETAILS:
 
Title: BAD TASTE
Dates: The first Wednesday of every month
Time: Doors open at 8:30 pm; show starts at 9 pm
Location: The Charnel House, 3421 W Fullerton Ave. in Chicago
Featuring: a rotating line-up of queer and camp curiosities
Tickets: $10 in advance, $15 at the door. Currently available at www.BadTasteChicago.com. 21+ only.
 
About the Presenters:

Mo Less (Host/Presenter) is a burlesque and drag artist whose theatrical, tongue-and-cheek style challenges gaze and expectation in performance. Having got their start at Gorilla Tango Burlesque, they've shared the stage as an independent artist with renown Chicago troupes including Vaudezilla!, Pervesk Presents and Belmont Burlesque Revue.
 
Hell in a Handbag Productions (Presenter) is dedicated to the preservation, exploration, and celebration of works ingrained in the realm of popular culture via theatrical productions through parody, music and homage. Handbag is a 501(c)(3) Not for Profit. For additional information, visit www.handbagproductions.org.

 

 

 

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