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Last Saturday was my birthday I am now the glamorous age of 28. Any day I imagine a man in a van from Hollywood will see me and say "thats what I have been looking for"
anyways... while I wait for that let me tell you what I did, So first I sat around... a lot trying to recover from the headache I gave myself playing Skyrim to long, Later I had a few friends over and we watched Gremlins 1 and 2... My pal Gracie made me a Gremlins cake which I ate.Uploaded by neal at 06:00 on 15 December
Sun 04 December
If you are anything like my friends (or anyone who was born around 1983 and not my friend) that just played out as the Indiana Jones theme in your head. If you are quite similar to me or my friends, you also spend a lot of time thinking about young beautiful women. If both of these facts apply to you… then not only can we be friends, but you will also enjoy this review!
So what exactly am I blathering about? Temple of the Boobs: an Indiana Jones Burlesque, a new show featured at the Gorilla Tango Theatre that delivers just what it implies and a bit more.
Temple of the Boobs (TOTB) keeps to what I have grown to enjoy about the nerd based burlesque shows that have been featured at the Gorilla Tango Theatre. A comedic satire on something to which I am already familiar performed by very attractive women performing a risky burlesque show.
The story starts out with Indy's father reading from his diary, portrayed by a lovely lass who is playing the role originally done by Sean Connery. She lets the audience know of the adventures of Indy along with some helpful rules to keep the show as enjoyable as possible. Following the story Indy gets himself and short round on a crashing plane which happens to land on an island of women who's local villagers have been kidnapped by the horrible fiend pinch-a-nipple and her sidekick Mola Ram who perform horrible nipple twisting death pinches on the villagers.
Why do they do this? I don't know.. who cares… they are bad! What's your deal? Go get 'em Indy!
This adventure pits Jones and Short Round against bugs, snakes, hypnotized villagers, rolling boulders, and monkeys. They travel across the map ( also played by a female) and, as you'd imagine, straight to the bad guys.
This time around the performers seem to display more physical prowess with their dancing and performances. The cast of women do somersaults, hang upside-down from one another, even some ribbon twirling. Other performers even act as inanimate objects such as motorized vehicles and the aforementioned map.
The show is full of adventure, excitement, and fun burlesque I highly recommend it.
For tickets and more info check out The Gorilla Tango Theatre Website