Sat, May 7th

The Empire Burlesque Revue


Doors 7pm
Show 8pm
Advance Price $15 - $95
Door Price $20 (Standing Room)

Advanced online ticket sales stop at 5pm on day of show
If available, more tickets are available at door

Thirsty Girl & Pontani Productions present

The Empire Burlesque Revue
A sizzling burlesque revue the first Saturday of every month @ Drom
Producers ANGIE PONTANI and JEN GAPAY of THIRSTY GIRL PRODUCTIONS have teamed up again to bring you this new show that will have an emphasis of production numbers and high-end performances, setting it apart from a typical variety show. EMPIRE BURLESQUE it will draw influences from vintage Broadway, MGM Technicolor Musicals and the golden era of burlesque all in a supper club environment where audience members can dine and enjoy cocktails while taking in a night of swingin’ entertainment.

A swingin' dinner show featuring performances from the best in burlesque, variety, comedy and more!

The Italian Stallionette, Angie Pontani, The Mystical Mistress of Tease, MsTickle, The Tappin Tornado, Helen Pontani, The Maine Attraction, plus special guest, The Rock God, Corn Mo!
Hosted by the Frankfurt Fraulein, Miss Astrid

Vodka Special by Crystal Head 7pm-8pm

Full dinner and cocktail menus available during the performance

$20.00 at door

 - calling all Birthdays, Bachelorettes & Bachelors! 


Corn Mo played in a jazz band. Then a country band. Then did a recording session for a Kentucky Fried Chicken song contest in another country band. Then a rock band called Illusion. Then a metal band called Without Warning. Then another metal band called Tiruth. And then, he found the accordion. And then he joined a juggling troupe and provided the soundtrack. And then he played with another fellow named Mauve Oed. They opened for Tiny Tim.  And then Mauve Oed left. Then, he joined an art rock band called The Dooms UK. And then he left. And then he started 357 Lover which became the band of what he tried to do solo. And then decided to keep doing both. And then he joined a sideshow circus called The Bindlestiff Family Cirkus. And then he started touring and having adventures. And then he joined the Polyphonic Spree and toured with David Bowie. And then he left the Polyphonic Spree. And then he did shows with David Cross, Ben Folds, and They Might Be Giants. And its been awesome. And it keeps getting better.