Takin’ It Off to See the Wizard (A Burlesque Parody)

Oct 20, 2017 - Oct 27, 2017
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Takin’ It Off to See the Wizard (A Burlesque Parody)



October 20-27 (8PM)

Somewhere over the rainbow a simple farm girl is once again swept up into the magical world of Oz — where she finds that even her wildest dreams and fantasies really do come true.

Taking it Off to See the Wizard: A Burlesque Parody is a big, bawdy burlesque production of one of the world’s most beloved stories. All of your favorite characters from this epic tale are brought to life by a bevy of burlesque beauties in this captivating show.

Songstress extraordinary, Shelly Watson as the good witch, and world renowned magician, Nick Locapo as The Wizard, co-host the classic adventure down the yellow  brick road. Long-time Key West Burlesque performers, Moana Amour and Cheeky Derrière are joined by special guests Aurora Natrix and Miss Jenna Beth who take it all off on their way to meet the wonderful wizard! The always-outstanding Key West Burlesque performers parody the ensemble cast of the cherished tale including the lollipop guild, the speaking trees, and flying monkeys like you’ve never seen before, 

Taking it Off to See the Wizard: A Burlesque Parody comes to life for eight nights at the Waterfront Playhouse on October 20-27. Doors open at 7:30 – Show Stars at 8PM.

In addition to regular seating ($55 to $65), a limited number of stage seats are available for $75 and $100. Audience members who choose these seats will be in the middle of the action and participate in the show! To purchase these tickets, please email the Box Office directly at [email protected] or call 305-294-5015.  

To purchase regular tickets, please go to waterfrontplayhouse.org. or for more information, go to keywestburlesque.show

PLEASE NOTE:  “Takin’ It Off to See the Wizard” is produced by the Key West Burlesque who is fully responsible for the content of the show.  “Takin’ It Off to See the Wizard” is not produced by the Waterfront Playhouse nor is it part of their season ticket package.