The Big Chill

00:00 November 13, 2013
By: Emily Hingle
[Courtesy of Joan Marcus]

If you prefer Indywood to Hollywood, head down to the Red House at 2820 St. Claude Avenue for the Art House Screening of Trailer Park Jesus and the pilot episode of Sunken City at 8 p.m. for $5. Live music will be provided by the hardest working surf rockers in NOLA, The Unnaturals. Die Rotzz is celebrating the release of a new full-length record at Saturn Bar at 10 p.m. with The Pallbearers, The Stovebolts, and Medically Separated. The show is $5. If you'd prefer something a bit more holiday-oriented, but no less interesting, Slow Burn Burlesque would like to share their Carnal Copia with you. Roxie le Rouge, Ruby Rage, Ooops the Clown, and special canine guest Mr. Cheeze will ring in Turkey Day with lots of leg and some breast at the Howlin' Wolf at 11 p.m. for $15.

The NOLA Bunarchy Crawl has reached a point of popularity in which they must hold more events through the year, the first of which will be held on Saturday at the Allways Lounge at 9 p.m. The first annual NOLA Bunarchy Ball will be full of be-bunny eared revelers jamming to the tunes spun by Dj Proppa Bear, Thugsy DaClown, and more. There is but a $5 cover, and please wear some rabbit ears at least. You will feel underdressed if you're not wearing a costume. Bipolaroid, like Die Rotzz, is also releasing a full-length album and holding a show to celebrate at Siberia at 10 p.m. Their new album Twin Language features unusually long songs, and it will be available at the show on CD and vinyl! The show will be opened up by Paint Fumes, Holy Wave, The Planchettes, and DJs Matty and 9ris 9ris.

Bring out your tissues and get ready to sing along at Ghost: The Musical premiering at the Saenger Theater on Tuesday and lasting until the 24th. The show based on the popular Oscar-winning film featuring Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore, and Whoopi Goldberg has been garnering great reviews across the US and Europe. You can learn more about the show and purchase tickets here.

The Hurricane E. Velour is leaving Rev. Spooky LeStrange's burlesque shows to pursue a new adventure in the rugged northwest, so the troupe is throwing her a travel-themed going away show at Siberia on Wednesday at 9 p.m. Sirens and U.S. Nero will providing live music and there will be a kissing booth for adventurous people here. Cover is $5.

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