The city of Seattle has a colorful history carved out by the Denny party, a burgeoning seaport, and the promise of gold just a boat ride away. This history is populated by tales of pioneering men, but Sinner Saint isn’t interested in telling you what you already know. Instead, those wily women of Sinner Saint Burlesque will take over Brass Tacks in Georgetown for a new burexploration of the sheroes of Seattle’s herstory. From “seamstresses,” to medicine woman Violet McNeal, to Mayor Bertha, the women of Seattle’s past deserve their time in the spotlight, and Sinner Saint Burlesque is thrilled to tell their stories in one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods.
Down to Brass Tacks will take place on 4th Thursdays on February 27, March 27, and April 24 at Brass Tacks in Georgetown (6031 Airport Way S). The venue is all ages, and for these shows only there will be no cover to see Sinner Saint Burlesque’s unique take on history. Shows start at 9 PM, and patrons can enjoy expertly crafted Northwest food and cocktails by chef Chris Opsata throughout the show.
Reservations can be made at www.georgetownbrass.com or by phone at (206) 397-3821.