A great time again in Vegas. How can you not go to the MGM. It's amazing and so much fun
Zombie Burlesque is the only comedy musical on the Strip that takes you back to the year in a world where the undead have taken over! Our story takes place shortly after the President of The United States struck a deal with the invading zombie hordes to allow the living and the dead to coexist. I had to convince my roommate to come with me to see this show, as it wasn't something she was interested in.
This is a great show with great dancing and fantastic costumes. This is an old style vegas show This was a Las Vegas show through and through.
Hazel Honeysuckle is a full-time, international burlesque starlet. She can be sweet and innocent yet also bump and grind! As a dancer, singer, model, costumer and actress, she performs all over the US and in Europe. Named among the worldwide "Top 50 Burlesque Performers", this professional performer has a lot of experience entertaining at parties.
An In-Depth Interview. An eye-level stage while standing, I remember looking up and saying "Love you Perle" and she looked back and said "love you too". Not only is her act distinct, she is a powerful dancer with a natural and subtle command of the audience, and the musicality of a goddess.
Formerly known as Exotic Worldthe museum historically was located on the site of an abandoned goat farm in Helendale, California. The museum documents the history of American burlesque from its 19th-century origins through its golden age in the midth century, and displays artifacts commemorating historic burlesque performers. Exotic World originated as the private collection of retired exotic dancer Jennie Lee.
Today's burlesque performers follow a long line of pioneers in the field of exotic dance performance and striptease. Some of the most famous in this line continue to live on through urban legends, published stories and Broadway plays that are still popular today. Being a burlesque performer did not always involve even a subtle striptease.
A topless revue that has been playing in Vegas for more than 15 years. At a cabaret style theater at Luxor on the South Strip. I have never really believed that topless shows are worth the money - if you want to go see bare breasts, go to a strip club - but as far as topless shows go, this one is probably your best bet. Any show that keeps pulling in audiences after 15 years must be doing something right and in the case of Fantasy at the Luxor it's not only doing it right but doing it better.
A month ago, sitting beside Kalani in her tranquil, beautiful home, just days after the Burlesque Hall of Fame pageant, recording the following interview, I felt both priviliged and excited. Kalani casually remarks on the very things most of us would love to say out loud or admit to thinking, but never do. So do not be intimidated by this statuesque beauty.