Jo Jo Stilleto and Theatre Off Jackson present an evening of burlesque Inspired by the numerous and cultishly worshipped works of Joss Whedon. $25-$150.
Star Trek burlesque.
Burlesque homages to the icons of geek pop culture. $15-$35.
Visit the bizarre and occasionally disgusting end of the drag and burlesque spectrum with this tribute to John Waters and his muse Divine. $7-$12.
More nerdy burlesque. Nerdlesque. D20 refers to the a 20-sided die, of the Dungeons and Dragons variety. $15.
"This 'party through time' mixes belly dance, go-go, and ballet with comedy, song, striptease, glamour, and an orgy that lasts 2,000 years!" Featuring performances by Lily Varlaine, Inga Ingenue, The Luminous Pariah, and others. $32-$47.
A three-part burlesque series in stages (Maiden, Mother, and Crone) with post-show discussions—so probably not your typical burlesque show. (It bills itself as "the new Vagina Monologues"). Featuring Jesse Belle-Jones, Dona Dei Cuori, Evilyn Sin Claire, and others from the Sinner Saint Burlesque Revue. $25.
An event that claims to be "Seattle's only monthly burlesque revue with live musical accompaniment." $10-$15.