Since 2009, the Bat City Bombshells have evolved from a handful of hobbyist dancers to a large troupe of dedicated burlesque babes, honing their shimmy, shake and tassel twirling talents.
These Bombshells are all about variety both in terms of acts and performers and every Bat City Bombshells show runs the gamut from sexy and scintillating to humorous and daring, a tribute to burlesque’s roots.
Awarded “Best Group Routine” at the San Antonio Burlesque Festival, the Bat City Bombshells have traveled throughout the region, performing in the Texas Burlesque Fest, Dallas Burlesque Fest, and Oklahoma Burlesque Fest, just to name a few. Individual Bombshells have even graced international stages, including Dolce Dream’s rendezvous with the New Zealand Burlesque Festival!
Join the Bat City Bombshells as we celebrate our troupe's Birthday, and open our performance season!
Get ready for a delicious treat as these Bombshells sweep you off your feet! This year, we'll be your Valentine's!
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Jen N' Toxic
7h Annual Anti-Valentine's Day Show!
The Spiderhouse Ballroom was packed to capacity for the Bat City Bombshells 7th annual Anti-Valentines Day show on February 20, 2015. Chico Chico opened the show with the always spirited and entertaining hot jazz. Miss Calizoria, the Mistress of Ceremonies, kicked off the show with style. There were three lovely ladies of the night, looking for love, or was it money?, as they performed to a mix of “Hey Big Spender” and “Rich Man’s Frug” from the musical Sweet Charity.
Dolce Dream brought the sexy but it was nothing like the Nike “Just Do It” campaign. Jen N Toxic donned her boots and sparkling lasso to a rousing Cowgirl number. Always a crowd favorite, Holli Lolli made out with a tree and did her amazing “Super Star” number. Heading back to Broadway or a night club in Germany, Sugar Louise did a sexy lament to the end of a “Fine Affair” with the Mein Herr” number from the show “Cabaret”.
Continuing to move around the globe to Mexico, Kitty Sangria and J Bird did a beautiful tribute to the Dia de Muertes. The ever angelic, Sherry Bomb, floated across the stage in an orchid inspired ensemble. She revealed the sexy cage skirt that had its own dance and fun surprises underneath. Shell Shock was a steam punk vixen who drank and danced herself to a sexy death, right on stage.
In the traditional vein of Burlesque, Nina Josephine, revealed her mysterious physique during a fan number to the every inspiring La Wally opera. Dolce Dream once again graced the stage in “Not Your Fault” but she did not apologize for being so awesome.
A dapper J Bird was “Putting on The Ritz” with his shoes and cane until the number took a turn and became down right funky, sexy and fun. The day after the first gay marriage in Texas, Kitty Sangria, “Kissed A Girl” and spun
around on a magic ottoman. The final number, a long time favorite, was “Workin' In a Coalmine” complete with sparkling pick axes and a sexy foreman, played by Sherry Bomb!
A great time was had by all! Take that Valentines Day!
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