2 Saturday / November 2, 2019

Va Va Va Vaudeville

08:00 pm to 10:30 pm
Buskirk-Chumley Theater

2pm – family friendly matinée
8pm – risqué adult show

Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! Step right up, folks! Plenty of room inside!

SEE Amazing Aerial Artistry & Whirling Hoopsters! THRILL to Acrobatic Youngsters! COME ALIVE with Burlesque & Assorted Evocative Dance! HEAR Side-Splitting Comedy & LIVE Music Artistes!


Sponsored by the Dance Network Alliance, this variety show extravaganza of Bloomington performers harkens back to early twentieth-century vaudeville troupes that crisscrossed the country by train, entertaining young and old alike. There is something for everyone, including a children’s matinee featuring many younger performers, and a more risqué, adult evening show.

Performers include members of Aerialogy, Dark Side Tribal, The Hudsucker Posse, Windfall Dancers Youth Company, Bloomington Acro, the Delightful Holly Harvest, poet Tony Brewer, and the musical stylings of Travis Puntarelli, Mr. & Mrs. Kazooey (Kevin MacDowell & Lara Lynn Weaver), Sarah Cassidy, and Jordan River Crossing.

This show features all local talent, curated for your enjoyment, complete with Tim Wagner’s Organ Grinder “Finster Baby” and Jungle Joe Lee & His Amazing Flea Circus!

And both shows will be hosted by Oriana Perón!

Made possible in part by the Bloomington Arts Commission and the Buskirk-Chumley Theater Arts Start Up Program.

Cost: http://bctboxoffice.org/event/vaudeville/

For more information contact:

Tony Brewer
(812) 323-3020

Comedy / Dance / Entertainment / Live Music / Spoken Word / Theater

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