Dirty Birdie Story Hour 2

Susanna Lee / Lucky DeLuxe

Show Information:

Dirty Birdie Story Hour is a storytelling celebration of deviance. It’s an evening of true, personal stories all themed around deviance (all kinds, not only sexual). Show creator and host, Susanna Lee, hand-picks professional entertainers, as well as other interesting and relevant people to share their darkest secrets, and also builds into each show spots for audience members to come onstage and share quick tales of their own, as well as original games with unique prizes (supplied by local businesses when possible). The show has tickled and thrilled LA audiences for nearly three years, and has been featured in various other cities as well, including Chicago, Saint Louis, and Kansas City. Dirty Birdie Story Hour began in 2014, in a bar without customers. Show creator, Susanna Lee, says, The first few months were literally just the storytellers confessing their dirty deeds to each other, like a support group for proud perverts. Then, when that bar took its final breath, the fun moved to the back room of an "adult" club in Van Nuys, CA, where it ran for several months before finding a new home at a venue in the heart of Hollywood, Three Clubs (as seen in the movie "Swingers), as a monthly cocktail hour show before the venues main attraction, Monday Night Tease, LAs longest running weekly burlesque show. It's now a monthly event in LA, St. Louis, and Kansas City, with select content also available on Audible.com.


Outburst Theatre

1715 Wyandotte
Kansas City, MO 64108

Show Times

July 22 - Saturday - 8:00pm

July 24 - Monday - 9:30pm

July 26 - Wednesday - 8:00pm

July 27 - Thursday - 9:30pm

July 28 - Friday - 9:30pm

July 29 - Saturday - 11:00pm


Spoken Word



60 Minutes


Mature Audience Only


Adult Language

1 Comment

  1. Terri Baugh on August 4, 2017 at 5:57 pm

    This show was the most rude, crude and uncouth performance I have ever witnessed. What part of art includes people telling the most vulgar, sick, repulsive sexual experiences they have had. I can’t believe you guys allow them to be a part of the wonderful Fringe Festival.

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