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Thursday, July 17, 2008

Friday and Saturday To-Do: 'The Feminine Freakshow'

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'THE FEMININE FREAKSHOW'
10 p.m., Public Theater. $12.

Nearly naked ladies! That's right, it's time again for Little Rock's Finest Assettes to present its take on burlesque, which is sure to mean plenty of corsets, bustiers, fishnets and heavy eye shadow. And if past installments are any predictor — this is the troupe's fourth production — look for a hearty dose of feminism informing the production. The only act I was able to confirm before press time involves everyone's favorite Whore of Babylon, Sophira N Brimstone, who reports she'll play some variation of the wild woman who can't be restrained. In the past, shows have sold out pretty quickly. Doors open at 9:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, when the show repeats.

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