Trixie Little & The Evil Hate Monkey at The Creative Alliance

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All Faiths Beautiful at AVAM


Sat Dec 22 Two Shows, 7pm & 10pm. $16, $13 mbrs.
Nuts will be roasted and yule logs will be laid. You’ll be REALLY glad the family isn’t around for this racy pre-Christmas, post-Hannukah night of debauchery with Baltimore’s beloved acrobatic burlesque superduo! Monkey plays Santa, Trixie trims the trees and bushes, and the wry Austrian uber-hostess, Miss Astrid, gives out coal. Acrobatics! Dance! Sarcasm! Burlesque! Tonight marks Trixie & Monkey’s return after 4 months at CIRCUS SCHOOL… come see what they learned!

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