The White Rabbit Cabaret presents
The Big-Ass Burlesque Bingo Bango Show
New Year’s Eve with the Muncie Brothers
and Alabaster Betty

Your fabulous hosts Dorgan, Milroy and Betty are back in action for a damn hoot and a hoptastic New Year’s Eve. Bring your patootskies and your lucky charms down to Eff’n Square for a damn amusing and sexified bingo experience. We will have all sorts of surprises and, of course, a PBR toast at midnight. What better way to bring in 2019 than with a little BINGO BANGO action. Win some stupidly amusing and awesome prizes while chugging/sipping your favorite adult beverages.
This event has sold out really early every year. So grab those tickets!

$40 Advance-Limited Tickets Available/$45 Week of Event

*$75 Very Limited Big-Ass Bango Deluxe Ultra Supreme Ticket

with Extra Sour Cream

*Ticket includes a reserved table in the front two rows with a bottle of champagne/sparkling (one bottle for every two tickets), plus extra attention from Dorgan, Milroy, & Alabaster Betty (the good kind, mostly high fives and such).

Must purchase at least 2 tickets for Ultra Supreme Ticket. No additional guests unless also an Ultra Supreme ticket holder.

Everyone is guaranteed a seat.
All general admission seats are first come, first served.
Must be 21+ w/ Valid ID

Doors 8pm, Game/Showtime 10pm or so.

Everyone is guaranteed a seat.
All seats are first come, first served aside from the VIP
Must be 21+ w/ Valid ID

The White Rabbit Cabaret is heating up with a sizzling show that will transport you to paradise! Luxotica Lounge Cabaret returns to Indy, offering you a lush burlesque show featuring stunning striptease talent, with a twist. Enjoy a little circus and a lot of seduction, set to exotic original tunes performed live, that turns classic cabaret on it’s head. Featuring the internationally touring Whirlwind with the Crimson Grin, Vivacious Miss Audacious, bump and grind bombshell Gurl Haggard of The Rocket Doll Revue and a special local guest Boybarella (Rocket Doll Revue)! The swinging 4-piece band is headed by knife juggling, saxophone wunderkind, Dr. Rocktagon.

As vibrant as your favorite technicolor tiki cocktail, Luxotica treats you to an evening of gals, games and high energy hip swinging replete with tassel twirling, hoop dance, sideshow, acrobatics and just enough audience participation to get you hooked.

Door 8pm, Show 10pm
General Admission $15
VIP Reserved Seating $25

MUST BE 21+ / All General Admission Seating is First Come, First Served

A VERY LILLIAN BAXTER CHRISTMAS comes to The White Rabbit Cabaret for one night only!

Join Hollywood’s favorite has-been as she brings her own special holiday magic to Fountain Square. Be sure to witness this whimsical restaging of the jolly 1973 remount of Lillian’s 1963 television Christmas special. Come trim the tree with the divine Ms. B!

Doors 7pm, Show 8pm
$15 Advance

Must be 21+ / All Seating is First Come, First Served

Jeezy’s Juke Joint: A Black Burly-Q Revue | INDIANAPOLIS

Saturday December 15th
White Rabbit Cabaret
8pm doors, 10pm show

$25/ Front Row VIP
$15/ Advanced General Admission
$20/ Door General Admission

The show that features the brightest brown-skinned burlesque stars from across the country is proud to return for it’s 4th annual show in Indianapolis!
This jumping, jiving, foot-stomping revue pays homage to Black burlesque and variety with a fabulous line-up of award-winning, entertainment. Ranging from classic burlesque to drag to comedy and everything in between, this popular cabaret is sure to leave you on the edge of your seat.

Hosted by Jeez Loueez and featuring an all star line-up from across the midwest!

Anghell from Venezuela (Chicago)
Bunny VanDoren (Indianapolis)
Camille Leon (Chicago)
Corvin Rose (Bloomington)
Cruel Valentine (Chicago)
Dark Angel (St. Louis)
Po’Chop (Chicago)
Sailem (St. Louis)
and more guests to be announced!


Ben Asaykwee presents
Prozack the Sad Elf

Join the most serious poet elf at the north pole and his outcast friends for this one man show filled with hilarity, song and a very un-merry holiday. Ben Asaykwee brings back this one act with original music, multiple characters and more as the self proclaimed “poet laureate of the North Pole” forces his brand of cheerless holiday on his fellow toymakers. Prozack the Sad Elf is sure to get you in the mood for the holidays with his special blend of sadness, misery and cynicism. Happy Frickin Christmas.

Door 7pm
Show 8pm
$15 advance

21+ / All Seating is First Come, First Served

Feature Presentation – SCROOGED
Doors, Drinks and Snacks at 7pm


Hosted by Frankie JJ Holliday Jr.

Themed Drink specials, Upland draft specials, Upland Door Prizes plus Specials at every screening Upland Free Time Lager Cans for $3

A darkly comic and surreal contemporization of Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol, this effects-heavy Bill Murray holiday vehicle from 1988 sees the former SNL funnyman assuming the role of television executive Frank Cross, the meanest and most depraved man on earth. Cross will stoop to unheard of levels to increase his network’s ratings — even if it means mounting outrageous programs to retain an audience, such as “Robert Goulet’s Cajun Christmas” and Lee Majors in “The Night the Reindeer Died,” with an AK-47-toting Santa. Cross plots his foulest move, however, for the Christmas holiday, when he will force his office staff to mount a live production of A Christmas Carol on national television — and thus work through Christmas Eve. Cross’s life is turned upside down with visits from three ghosts: a craggy-faced cabbie known as The Ghost of Christmas Past (David Johansen); the sugar-plum fairy Ghost of Christmas Present (Carol Kane) (who gets her jollies by bonking Frank across the face with a toaster oven); and, eventually, the caped, headless Ghost of Christmas Future, who will send Frank sliding into a crematory oven — just before he gives the sleazoid one last chance to redeem himself. Along the way, the spirits carry Frank to scenes from his past, present, and future (per Scrooge) and impart a glimpse of how he became so thoroughly rotten. The radiant Karen Allen co-stars as Frank’s girlfriend, Claire Phillips, and the film packs in cameos from countless celebrities — among them, Mary Lou Retton, John Houseman, Jamie Farr, and, in a truly grisly and tasteless bit, John Forsythe. Richard Donner directs, from a script credited to the late Michael O’Donoghue and Mitch Glazer