photo: david weaver

American Gothic

A saucy lampoon of Grant Wood’s iconic portrait. Shelby & Eaton take the downtrodden Depression-Era couple off the canvas and on to the stage!

Set to Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros’ modern hit, “Home.”

Winner of Best Ensemble: Texas Burlesque Festival

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The Gardener And The Tree

Eaton finds unexpected love while on gardening duty! Shelby is a flirtatious and sneaky tree who wants a good “trimming” from Eaton.

Set to a classic bump & grind track.

Winner of Best Duet: Southern Fried Burlesque Festival
Winner of Audience Choice: Southern Fried Burlesque Festival

photo: brendon brown

Doctor My Eyes

Eaton anticipates a simple examination at the optometrist’s office, but with Shelby as his doctor, he gets more than an eyeful!

Set to Jackson Browne’s classic 1970s hit.

Winner of Best Duet: San Antonio Burlesque Festival


photo: paul o’connell


A 1960s space-themed romance! Will astronaut Eaton find love with alien Shelby when he crash-lands on her planet?

Set to Combustible Edison’s spacey song, “Utopia.”



Eaton has a relaxing day of hunting planned in the woods. Shelby is a deer with plans of her own – she has her “sights” set on Eaton!

A consistent fan-favorite.

Set to La Roux’s “endeering” song.

photo: penland pin ups

Do You Wanna Touch Me?

Shelby is visiting massage therapist, Eaton, and is convinced he can rub her the right way. Find out if there’s a happy ending.

Set to Joan Jett & The Blackhearts “Do You Wanna Touch Me”.

Winner of Best Duet/Group: San Antonio Burlesque Festival

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Turtle Doves

Eaton & Shelby shake their tail feathers, find true love, and mate for life – as turtle doves do!

Originally conceived for a “12 Days of Christmas” themed show, this number works in and out of a holiday-themed context.

Set to The Monkees’ song, “I’m a Believer.”

photo: naked lens photography


Eaton, the arrogant bull-fighter, believes he has found his next conquest in Shelby. She turns the tables and proves him very wrong.

This number has no full reveal and is appropriate for venues/events that do not allow nudity.

Set to The White Stripes’ song, “Conquest.”



In addition to their dazzling duets, Eaton and Shelby also have a repertoire of solo acts they would be thrilled to share with you. Eaton performs solo acts as a jukebox drag king with no striptease/reveals. Shelby has a variety of comedic burlesque solos.

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