Bettie Page Reveals All Opening Night

The Music Box celebrates the opening of Bettie Page Reveals All with a preshow reception, costume contest, and more!

The Music Box Theatre and Kiss Kiss Cabaret are joining forces to bring you one of the sexiest, sauciest events of the year. Join us for a special premiere of the new documentary Bettie Page Reveals All!

The evening will kick off at 7pm with a cash bar, rockabilly DJ, MC Max Flattery and Kiss Kiss Cabaret Coquettes to welcome you ! At 8pm, get fired up for a steamy pin-up competition, followed by Academy Award-nominated director Mark Mori’s acclaimed film about America’s Favorite Pin-Up.

Bettie Page Style Pin-Up Contest Information!
In addition to the film screening, this one-night-only event will feature a Bettie-Page Style Pin-Up Contest. To enter, just buy a ticket and show up at 7:00pm sporting your best pin-up finery & Bettie Page attitude. A panel of judges will select a winner and everyone who enters will have the chance to strut their stuff on the Music Box Stage!

It may be cold outside, but this will be one hot event that you don’t want to miss! Doors open at 7pm, the show starts at 8pm.

Pricing

Tickets are $12

Bettie Page Reveals All

directed by Mark Mori starring Bettie Page, Hugh Hefner, Bunny Yeager, Paula Klaw, Dita Von Teese, Tempest Storm

Bettie Page Reveals All! is an intimate look at one of the world’s most recognized sex symbols! Narrated by Bettie herself, the film tells her life story-from her humble beginnings to her legendary career as a pin-up model. In a series of never before heard interviews recorded in 1996 & 1999. Bettie candidly discusses everything from her sudden retirement at the peak of her modeling career to her broken marriages, born-again Christianity, bouts of mental illness and resurgence in popularity. Hearing Bettie tell these stories in her own words, with her razor sharp wit and abundant personality shining through is a revelation for her legions of fans!

Fascinating! A humanizing portrait of a sex-positive feminist before the classification even existed. —Hubert Vigilla, Flixist

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