0 Love It
Save it

The Tank presents Epic Win Burlesque: Sci-Fi TV (slide show)

Sexy Cylons and salacious Scullys work their onstage magic at the latest Epic Win Burlesque.

1/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
2/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
3/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
4/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
5/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
6/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
7/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
8/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
9/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
10/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
11/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
12/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
13/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
14/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
15/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
16/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
17/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
18/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
19/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
20/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
21/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
22/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
23/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
24/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
25/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
26/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
27/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
28/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
29/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
30/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
31/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
32/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
33/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
34/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
35/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak
36/36
Photograph: Filip Wolak

It was another exciting episode of Epic Win Burlesque last Saturday, September 15, when the "nerdiest burlesque show in town"—featuring hosts Schäffer the Darklord and Nelson Lugo, along with burly-Q artists Stormy Leather, Fem Appeal, Nasty Canasta, Minnie d’Moocha, Creamy Stevens and Francine—paid tribute to Star Trek, X-Files, seaQuest DSV and other electronically-transmitted citadels of science-fiction fun. Of special note to Battlestar Galactica fans: Ms. Leather playing the role of a sexed-up Cylon.

Clocktease: Epic Win Burlesque goes steampunk
Gotham Burlesque at the Triad
Best burlesque shows in New York City

Comments

0 comments