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(Weird) AL-Stravaganza! Burlesque Show 

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Peepshow Menagerie teamed up with San Francisco burlesque producer Pickles Kintaro to bring a very special 'Weird Al' Yankovic tribute show to L.A. Peepshow's babes shared the stage with the Tight and Nerdy burlesque troupe from SF, celebrating the parody song king with bizarre and titillating acts. Performances by Pearl E. Gates, Lady Satan, Odessa Lil, Mistress Marla Spanx, Patty Cakes, Donatella Melies, Charlotte La Belle Araigne'e, Kate Fox, Nikita Bitch Project and Pickles Kintaro covered such hits as Eat It, Trapped In A Drive Thru, Polka Face and Amish Paradise. Hosted by Dizzy Von Damn! and live comedy by Erik Charles Nielsen. All photos by Nanette Gonzales.
Published on July 8, 2013
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