Gorilla Tango Burlesque presents GhostBustier: The Story of the Real Ghostbusty

GhostbustyCHICAGO — The Ghostbusty babes are back!

The all-female reboot of the Ghostbusters film is quickly approaching, so join Gorilla Tango Theatre to celebrate the ladies that did it first, did it better, and did it BUSTIER! It’s the story we all know and love of paranormal-fighting scientists with a sexy spin, bringing the classic comedy to the stage in the sensual style that Gorilla Tango Burlesque is known for. Watch as your four favorite fear-fighters shimmy their way to saving New York from a sexy Slimer, a curvaceous Stay Puft Marshmallow Woman, and a bevy of gorgeous ghosts.

When there’s trouble in your neighborhood, boob ya gonna call?

Performing 10:30 pm July 9th, 16th, 23rd at Gorilla Tango Theatre Bucktown, 1919 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL 60647. Tickets are $28; to purchase tickets visit www.gorillatango.com.

Gorilla Tango Burlesque is a Bucktown-based, body-positive burlesque troupe that specializes in one-hour scripted nerdlesque parody shows.

Other current shows include A Nude Hope: A Star Wars Burlesque, Holy Bouncing Boobies!: A Batman Burlesque, and Game of Thongs: A Game of Thrones Burlesque.

Look out for our Back to the Future Burlesque coming this fall!

Gorilla Tango Theatre Bucktown is a year-round theatrical venue where audiences of all ages can consistently go to see a wide variety of talented artists. GTT believes that every theatre person is a business person and exists to educate, foster, and provide resources to theatre practitioners so that each theatre production is treated as an entrepreneurial venture. www.gorillatango.com

via press release

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