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Burlesque to Broadway Scandalously Strips Its Way Off-Broadway This February

Burlesque artist Quinn Lemley stars in four performances of this vintage concert.

By New York City
Quinn Lemley
Quinn Lemley
(Courtesy of Burlesque to Broadway)

Live Nation will present the off-Broadway premiere of Burlesque to Broadway, a theatrical concert surveying American burlesque. Quinn Lemley leads the cast of showgirls, accompanied by a live band under the musical direction of Dan Micciche. Performances will take place from February 5-8 at the Gramercy Theatre.

The show includes 19 numbers, highlighting the art of striptease seduction with classic songs such as "Let Me Entertain You," "My Heart Belongs to Daddy," and "Ten Cents a Dance," as well as songs of empowerment like "You Don't Own Me" and "When You've Got It, Flaunt It."

The creative team features choreography by David Eggers (Nice Work If You Can Get It) and Merete Muenter, costumes by Wendall Goings (Rock of Ages), and orchestrations by Steve Rawlings.

For tickets and more information, click here.

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