Sorry, Beyonce won't be there.

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The fine folks behind the naughty holiday pageantry of "The Slutcracker" are reviving their Beyonce-themed burlesque show, "Fifty Shades of Bey" at the Oberon later this month. Director Vanessa White (a.k.a. "Sugar Dish") and her troupe, the Lipstick Criminals, will return on Jan. 24 at 8 p.m. for the third run of the all-Bey-all-day production.

"Bey" had a two-evening run last May, and returned again in late August for a one-night-only. Like many of the Oberon's other interactive stage shows, audience-participation is strongly encouraged — OK, somewhat demanded — so don't be surprised if you're yanked into the bootylicious action by White's dancers.

The Lipstick Criminals have been hinting at their production numbers on Instagram all month, and we can deduct "No Angel," "Why Don't You Love Me," "Work It Out" and "Fever" may make it onto the night's playlist. Tickets are $20-$25 and can be snagged at