The Beggar’s Carnivale Presents: Le Maison de Decadence

Posted by Anne McCullough on October 21, 2014 | Comments Off on The Beggar’s Carnivale Presents: Le Maison de Decadence

We invite you and yours to come on in
To an unparalleled soiree of beauty and sin
as The Beggar’s Carnivale proudly Presents
Le Maison de Decadence

A completely original, gorgeous, and immersive theatrical experience unlike anything the Beggar’s Carnivale has attempted yet!
Le Maison de Decadence will be an evening of stunning burlesque, vaudeville, music hall, and cirque performances tied together in whimsical narrative; inspired by Victorian brothels, Parisian cabaret, technicolor cinematic musicals, and London music halls. Le Maison de Decadence will feature large ensemble acts, impressive original performances and a live score by the Three Penny Orchestra.

This will be a truly decadent night of entertainment that will fill the entirety of the historical Casa Loma Ballroom for one night only!

Have your cake and eat it too
All you want is here for you
Have a drink and take a chance
Le Maison de Decadence

Starring an all star cast of Beggars you know and love!

Sammy Tramp
Lola van Ella
Jeez Loueez
The Bon Bons
Tanis Lee
Venus in Flames
Ami Amore
Jameson
Indie Lou
Meg-a-Legs
Gravity Plays Favorites
The Knock-a-bouts

with very special guests
Ray Gunn
and Reigning Queen of Burlesque, Midnite Martini

Expertly directed and choreographed by Bazuka Joe
and music direction by Dustin Sholtes and Andy Hainz

7:30 pm Doors/ 9:00 pm Show


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