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Devil's Playground Presents Star Warz @ The Music Box 

March 14, 2010
It's only been two months since L.A. burlesque troupe Devil's Playground first took on the characters of Star Wars, but since then, a lot has happened. The success of the first performance prompted Devil's Playground founder Courtney Cruz to move the show to the recently renovated Music Box in Hollywood. Read more in Liz Ohanesian's "Star Warz Burlesque Returns with a Bigger Venue, More Characters" and check out our interview with Sin Fisted, who plays R2-D2. All photos by Josh "CuriousJosh" Reiss. Some photos may be NSFW.
Josh "CuriousJosh" Reiss
Working the Obi-Wans and twos.
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It's only been two months since L.A. burlesque troupe Devil's Playground first took on the characters of Star Wars, but since then, a lot has happened. The success of the first performance prompted Devil's Playground founder Courtney Cruz to move the show to the recently renovated Music Box in Hollywood. Read more in Liz Ohanesian's "Star Warz Burlesque Returns with a Bigger Venue, More Characters" and check out our interview with Sin Fisted, who plays R2-D2. All photos by Josh "CuriousJosh" Reiss. Some photos may be NSFW.
Published on March 14, 2010
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