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Blood Ballet Cabaret Presents Illuminatease (slide show)

Burlesque met conspiracy-theory paranoia at Montreal troupe Blood Ballet Cabaret's Bushwick invasion.

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Are you of the opinion that Federal Reserve System, the Council on Foreign Relations, Trilateral Commission or Bilderberg Group (or any combination of the above) rule the world? Do you think that there’s no way that a bumbler like Lee Harvey Oswald could have taken out JFK all on his lonesome? Do you feel that it’s possible that Eddie Haskell (from Leave it to Beaver) and Alice Cooper are the same person? Do you believe that Senator Prescott Bush, father of George and grandfather of W., was helping to plant coup against Franklin Roosevelt? Oh wait—that one is real. Anyway, if you answered yes to one or more of the above, then you were the target audience for Sunday 13’s Illuminatease, a conspiracy-minded burlesque show put on by Montreal’s Blood Ballet Cabaret at Bushwick’s House of Yes. But if you missed that night of perfidy and pulchritude, here’s the photographic evidence.

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