Burlesque parody “The Empire Strips Back” returns to Montreal
Scantily clad Skywalker (2019).
After a stint at the Olympia in 2019, The Empire Strips Back: the burlesque parody of Star Wars will return to Montreal soon.
The exact location and date have not yet been announced, but fans of ridiculously erotic shows can already register on a waiting list on the Fever platform.
< p>Questioned by Metro, the “Fever Team” has confirmed that the show will indeed take place in Montreal and that it will be possible to buy tickets even if you have not registered on the waiting list: “for the moment, we do not have the exact dates, but when they are published, if you are on the waiting list, you will be notified by email of the availability of the event.
We can think that tickets will be sold out quickly when the date is announced, since the recent American tour sold out.
Billed as the sexiest show in the galaxy and aimed at people aged 18 and over. Plus, The Empire Strips Back was created by Russall S. Beattie in Australia in 2011 and has toured extensively since.
Most of the characters from this famous franchise have been feminized as part of this show combining stripping, singing and dancing. Whether for the menacing Stormtroopers, the bounty hunter Boba Fett, Skywalker, Darth Vader and C-3PO, the watchwords are seduction, humor and eroticism.
The production The Empire Strips Back is not sponsored, endorsed or affiliated with Disney and Lucasfilm, but like Australia, Canada allows “fair dealing” of a work for the purposes of parody or satire without it being considered copyright infringement. The Copyright Act was amended under Stephen Harper's government in 2012, allowing for this exception, among other things.