The Round World Presents ‘Avenue Burly Q’: An Evening of Puppets and Pasties at Bier Baron This Sunday, 1/31 at 8 PM

The Round World is proud to present Avenue Burly Q, an evening of puppets and pasties, at the Bier Baron on January 31, 2016.

Bela La Blanc.
Bela La Blanc.

Five of the DMV’s finest (weirdest) burlesque/boylesque and variety performers are putting together puppet-themed acts to entertain everyone’s inner bad boy or girl.

Jim Dandy.
Jim Dandy.

Enter a world of singing hot dogs, lusty fire breathing dragons, and muppets with no morals.

Lucrezia Blozia.
Lucrezia Blozia.

Avenue Burly Q stars “Stepford Wife Gone Wild” Bella La Blanc, Sideshowman Charlie Artful, former Ringling clown Jim Dandy, classically trained dancer Lola Rose. and pervpunk dragster Lucrezia Blozia.

Lola Rose.
Lola Rose.

The Round World is donating 10% of the profits from this show to Defenders of Playtime/Homeless Children’s Playtime Project who nurture healthy child development and reduce the effects of trauma among children living in temporary housing program in DC by providing structured playtime.

Avenue Burly Q

Avenue Burly Q at the Bier Baron, 1523 22nd Street, N.W., in Washington, DC  20037.  Doors open at 7:00 PM, and the show begins at 8:00 PM. Tickets are $12 in advance through Brown Paper Tickets online, or $15 at the door. This show is for 21+year-olds!

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Lucrezia Blozia
Lucrezia Blozia has been part of the local alternative performance scene since the early ‘90s (she started when she was 6). She was the leading, ahem, lady at notorious pervpunk theatre company Cherry Red where she honed her skills in plays like “Cannibal Cheerleaders on Crack” and “Poona the F*ckdog and Other Plays for Children”. She was part of girl group Eva Brontosaurus in both New York and LA where the trio opened for Margaret Cho’s monthly burlesque show, The Sensuous Woman. She’s proud to have originated roles in all five years of Hope Operas and played everything from a flipper derby girl to a were-squirrel to a Pam Greer-type cop/barista. She’s a regular collaborator with Landless and Borealis Theatre Companies and Astro Pop Entertainment. She loves you and is surprisingly easy to work with for someone so simultaneously humble and exquisitely beautiful (oh and talented). You should hire her.