After more than eight years of “good clean dirty fun,” Sacramento’s premiere burlesque troupe, The Sizzling Sirens, are throwing the ol’ tassels on one last time. With one last major production in the books on Saturday, Jan. 21 at Harlow’s, the crew will be “transitioning into a nonproducing troupe,” according to a post on the Sirens’ website, Houseofsizzle.com. They went on to write, “Though you will still see us together on various stages from time to time, we are excited to shift our focus to some other personal and creative projects and are thankful for all of the shows we have been able to bring to the Sacramento area over the past eight-and-a-half years!” The Sizzling Sirens were formed in 2008 by Jay Siren and have become one of the true treasures of Sacramento’s performing arts scene with their creatively themed productions featuring a variety of entertaining dance routines, sketch comedy, satire and theatrics. If you want your shot at seeing the Sirens’ final show, you better get tickets right away. Floor seating was sold out as of press time, but general admission standing tickets are still available for $15 in advance (the price will go up to $20 at the door if there are still tickets on the day of the show). Visit Harlows.com for a link to purchase.