Already closed | 2h 30m | Brooklyn

Queen of Hearts

From 223 member  reviews
Members say: Entertaining, Enchanting, Raunchy, Edgy, Great singing

About the show

Company XIV invites you to fall down the rabbit hole with this reimagining of Lewis Carroll’s "Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland" featuring their signature blend of circus, opera, magic, baroque dance, and cocktails. More…

The XIV beauties will transport you to a decadent dreamworld replete with exotic curiosities and sensual strip-tease.

2h 30m | Already closed | Theatre XIV (Brooklyn)

Member Reviews (223)

MEMBERS SAY:

Entertaining, Enchanting, Raunchy, Edgy, Great singing

40
Fluffy, Disappointing

See it if You want to see a burlesque show with unoriginal music

Don't see it if You are expecting this to be a play or a musical. It’s a completely different experience

Also When I walked into the theater I was very excited, we were greeted by ... Read more Read less

25
Not worth it, Ripoff, Indulgent, Overrated

See it if you like campy burlesque in a condescending environment.

Don't see it if You've seen their other shows. Nothing new to see here. And with their success has come greed. Cocktails are $25, Nasty managers


August 5th, 2019
4/5 Stars "A singular sexcess: a transporting fusion of haute burlesque, circus, dance and song...With its soundtrack of pop songs, attractive ensemble cast and immersive aesthetics, 'Queen of Hearts' feels like 'Moulin Rouge!' for actual bohemians. Hell, it even has a cancan."
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April 14th, 2019
"Featuring a seemingly endless cavalcade of classy burlesque acts and scandalous comedy routines that will appeal to adults of every sexual persuasion, 'Queen of Hearts' is the best date-night show in New York City right now...A sophisticated smorgasbord of smart, sexy performances seasoned with ...
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April 17th, 2019
“’Queen of Hearts’ is inspired by Lewis Carroll's story of Alice's adventures down the rabbit hole...McCormick has shaped the presentation around the talents of a wondrous ensemble...Combining the 17th Century style of the court entertainments enjoyed by King Louis XIV of France with more contemp...
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April 11th, 2019
"McCormick and his company have tapped into the contradictions of Carroll’s masterpiece in an experience that extends beyond the fourth wall and five senses where opulent and derelict, masculine, feminine, and androgynous, classic and modern, high-brow and glitter gutter all simultaneously exist....
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