Bustout Burlesque Tickets
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House Of Blues - New Orleans
Jan 7 2017
House Of Blues - New Orleans
Jan 7 2017
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Burlesque in its literary meaning is a comic representation of some serious matter to cause laughter, but in United States, Burlesque has been used for the kind of live entertainment shows that are constructed on Variety Show format. In United States, these sorts of shows garnered special attention, and remained at the height of popularity during 1860s to 1940s. Back in the day, these kinds of show were performed in local clubs and cabarets. Other than these, the shows were also staged in theatres and opera houses, and featured the comic elements coupled with female strippers. Back when Burlesque styled shows were extremely popular, many Hollywood movies adopted the same theme in various movies as well. Some of the examples of such movies include All That Jazz and Cabaret.
Following the 1960s era, this type of show format saw a decline in popularity, but quite recently it re-surfaced in 1990s and has started to garnered popularity yet again. A number of shows are currently running all across the nation which intend to bring back the old burlesque days, and among those few popular shows is Bustout Burlesque. Bustout Burlesque carefully combines features all the elements of a burlesque show that were there back in the 1950s. The show features female striptease dancers whose beauty and talents are accompanied by a traditional Jazz Band that plays live music in the back. The show also features a host of Variety acts along with a singer and a comic emcee, to truly take you back in time. So take a ride back in time to 1950s this season with your Bustout Burlesque tickets.
Bustout Burlesque is the brain child of Rick Delaup, who is the creator and the producer of the show. In addition to the show, Delaup is also responsible for the annually held New Orleans Burlesque Festival. Before finally creating the show, Delaup did his homework regarding the Burlesque shows and researched about its history and roots for about fifteen years before finally laying foundation to the show. On several occasions, Delaup has also given speeches regarding the Burlesque history on various festivals like The Tour Guides Association of Greater New Orleans, Tales of the Cocktail, New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, Tease-O-Rama and the Tennessee Williams Festival. Before creating Bustout Burlesque back in 2005, Delaup led the revival production of a burlesque themed show, the Shim Sham Revue, as its creative director back in 2003. Soon after its creation in 2005, Bustout Burlesque turned out to be a major critical and commercial success when it came to Burlesque shows. The show even made its way on Travel Channel’s list of Top Ten Burlesque Shows in the World. Following the great success of the show, Delaup went on to create yet another success story with his New Orleans Burlesque Festival in 2009.
It was on March 13, 2005 when the very first show of the Bustout Burlesque was staged in French Quarter at the One Eyed Jacks. After its premiere and initial success, Bustout Burlesque is being staged regularly in weekly runs at the Royal Sonesta Hotel and the Tipitina’s French Quarter. Bustout Burlesque is also responsible for making the comeback of a Burlesque show on the famous Bourbon Street in years, with its performances that are staged at the Royal Sonesta Hotel. In addition to that, the show has also been performed monthly at the House of Blues’ main stage since March 2007.
Most of the performances of the Bustout Burlesque feature some of the big names of the Burlesque themed shows like Lou Lou D’vil, Ginger Valentine, Michelle L’amour, Coco Lectrie, Catherine D’lish, Jessica ‘Sugar’ Kiper and several others. So go back to the old Burlesque days at the Bourbon Street and experience the magic with Bustout Burlesque tickets.