Skits’N’Tits Celebrates Two-Year Anniversary Tonight

Posted on: December 8th, 2010 at 6:03 pm by

Looking for something to do tonight? Skits’N’Tits celebrates two years of scandalous burlesque and comedy tonight at the Bowery Poetry Club, 10 pm.

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Tonight is SKITS’N’TITS 2 Year Anniversary. That’s right, we’ve been doing it for 2 big ones now. And to celebrate, we’re gonna kick it off right with our usual great NEW sketches, drink specials, special guests such as Ben Lerman and John F. O’Donnell and a WAY special guest you MUST SEE who is such a VIP I’m not even allowed to write his name here. Also, burlesque by the ChiChiones, Lefty Lucy and Gin Minsky. Hosted by Mike Amato. Comedy and sketches by the Skits gals, Diane O’Debra, Steph Sabelli and myself. I will be sharing a few songs from my Christmas CD. is sponsoring our raffle as well as – they make CHOCOLATE PENISES. You will definitely want to be there to put one in your mouth. CRAFTERMATH will also be on hand with great fairly priced home made holiday gifts to help you get some of your shopping out of the way.

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