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Glitterama at Creative Alliance Saturday, October 17

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The best of Baltimore’s Variety and Burlesque comes to the Creative Alliance next Saturday the 17th! Come revel in a luck-filled evening full of high-flying and shimmying ladies, fire performance to light your socks on fire, the best of high-flying aerial, comic and heart warming delites and, of course, Pop Tarts! What more could you want?

Tickets are $12 and $10 for Alliance members, available at www.creativealliance.org and at the door.

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