How Burlesque Saved Christmas
by Overtime Theater

Dec. 14 - Dec. 16, 2017

Coco Lectric stars in "How Burlesque Saved Christmas" at The Overtime Theater in San Antonio. Tickets on sale now.

For an unknown reason, the weather outside is so unusually frightful that Santa Claus (aka Daddy Christmas) has announced that Christmas has been cancelled due to the sudden climate change that has frozen the world over. The sexy villainess behind it all is none other than Sarah Suckame Slanders, an evil, Christmas-hating scientist who specializes in study of weather manipulation. On a rampage of revenge, she's discovered a way to welcome a new Ice Age with the intent of cancelling Christmas forever. Valiantly, the people of Christmasland, Texas put their heads together to fight back. But what could possibly be hot enough to melt so much ice before Christmas Day? Burlesque could be the answer. Join burly heroes Sugar Bum Larry, Geri Mann de Ring, Teddy Bare, Bear Lee LeGaul and Eva Needzerspooge as they join forces to save their favorite holiday with a little help from the legendary Heat Thighzer. With only moments left before the big day, there's only one question on everyone's mind: "Is burlesque hot enough to save Christmas?"


(via Theatre Network of San Antonio)


"How Burlesque Saved Christmas" is written, directed and choreographed by Jade Esteban Estrada (creator of "Sinderella and the Glass Zipper," "Eat Me" and "Tales of a Hard Nut"). The show stars international burlesque star Coco Lectric as The Heat Thighzer. 

Coco Lectric as The Heat Thighzer
Jade Esteban Estrada as Daddy Christmas
Dixie de Vice as Sarah Suckame Slanders
Essence Grant as Geri Mann de Ring
Jordan Kayall as Teddy Bare
Blaise Ricin as Sugar Bum Larry
Steven Mortimer as Bear Lee LeGaul
Natasha Pearl as Eva Needzerspooge
Bruce Vayne as Tiny Rim

How Burlesque Saved Christmas
by Jade Esteban Estrada
Overtime Theater

December 14 - December 16, 2017
Overtime Theater
5409 Bandera Road, Unit 205
near I-410
San Antonio, TX, 78238

Thursday to Saturday at 8 p.m.; additional Friday performance at 10:30 p.m.

Tickets $15 plus service fee, available via