- $20 for one ticket to a burlesque show (up to $33 value)
- Where: Gorilla Tango Theatre
- Seating: general admission
- Door time: 30 minutes before showtime
- Full offer value includes ticketing fees
- Temple of Boobs: An Indiana Jones Burlesque, Fridays at 10:30 (January 16, January 30, February 6)
- Rack of Khan: A Star Trek Burlesque, Fridays at 9 p.m. (February 20, March 6, March 20)
- Holy Bouncing Boobies! A Batman Burlesque, Saturdays at 11:59 p.m. (January 24, February 28, March 14, March 28)
- Temple of Boobs: An Indiana Jones Burlesque: A sacred statue has been stolen from a small village by a dastardly high priestess with an R-rated name, and the citizens of the town are refusing to wear clothes until their goddess is returned to them. It’s up to a gender-bent Indiana Jones and fetchking sidekick Shortround to save the townsfolk—even if they lose some hats and bullwhips along the way.
- Rack of Khan: A Star Trek Burlesque: The devious Khan has transformed the heroic crew of the Enterprise into women, and the newly female Kirk, Spock, and company must travel forward in time to seek the help of the Enterprise’s future inhabitants. With the aid of Worf, Picard, and Data—sorry, that’s Ms. Data—the team fights to best Khan, shedding uniforms as easily as they kill off Red Shirts.
- Holy Bouncing Boobies! A Batman Burlesque: In this winking take on comic book lore, Batman and Robin must rescue Batgirl from an unusually appealing Riddler. But as the dynamic crime-fighting duo seek out the clues their nemesis has hidden throughout Gotham, they encounter some of their deadliest—and least clothed—foes.
Gorilla Tango Theatre
Gorilla Tango Theatre is committed to hosting colorful, diverse entertainment—though some of their shows involve more clothing than others. Home to Boobs and Goombas: A Super Mario Burlesque, A Nude Hope: A Star Wars Burlesque, and the series of similarly cheeky and geeky shows they inspired, GTT's burlesque series has drawn audiences to its two venues since 2010. There's more to Gorilla Tango than burlesque, though. The theater maintains a flexible rental schedule, welcoming producers to bring improv shows, new plays, and films to life in their welcoming space. Gorilla Tango’s intimate confines host several rows of stadium-style seating, as well as bistro-style tables on the floor where patrons can sip on wine and beer.