New York Burlesque Festival: A guide to the big burly-Q affair
The sprawling New York Burlesque Festival returns for its eleventh edition.
Photograph: Filip Wolak
This year, the New York Burlesque Festival, spread out over four nights—from Thursday, September 26 through Sunday 29—and as many venues, celebrates a decade-plus-one-year of bump-and-grind fun. Put together by Thirsty Girl Productions and Pontani Productions, it's easily the biggest burly-Q event that the city has to offer, with scores of performers from around the city, the country and the world all taking the stage in a riot of glitter and feathers, leather and lace, and plenty of bare flesh.
New York Burlesque Festival coverage
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The tenth annual New York Burlesque Festival lent a touch of glitter and glamour to Williamsburg's Brooklyn Bowl.
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