The group has changed from a Wednesday night talent showcase into a tight-knit cast of men and women capable of almost anything onstage. The group (dubbed as a 'neo-burlesque' troupe) has performed for a wide-range of audiences over the years, and been attached to many high-profile events, festivals and causes willing to attach the 'edgy' elements of burlesque including: The Cartoon Network's ADULT SWIM Fan Picture Show Cartoon Network's Adult Swim 4 your lives(part of the Festival of Independents)
The Velvet Hammer Documentary's Philadelphia premiere
The Philadelphia Gay and Lesbian Film Festivals
Cirque de Soleil's post-premiere party (2002 and 2004)
Jennifer Tilley (Bound over Broad Street) Criminal Convention (PIGLFF)
The Philadelphia Fringe Festival - Late Night Cabaret
In Liquid Arts Benefit (PA)
Womens Coalition for Sexual Freedom (PA)
Azuka Lounge: A Happy Hour Event Holiday Bash!
Benefit for Azuka Theatre (PA)
Red Ribbon Runway Aids Benefit (DE) They also have hosted dozens of well-established burlesque and cabaret artists, who have given them the pleasure (and honor) of appearing in a Peek-A-Boo Revue show! The Peek-A-Boo Revue is proud to now call many of these guests - friends. Sadly, in February 2007, they were witnesses to the loss of their home - The Five Spot - to a fire. While much of the items lost were of sentimental value, the true legacy of The Five Spot, and its support of creative diversity, and the nuturing of talent, lives on (via) the Peekaboo Revues' continuation.