burlesque show


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burlesque show

stage entertainment to which was added striptease dancing. [Am. Hist.: EB, II: 383–384]
See: Nudity
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LP: Describe to Liberty Press readers (who may not know) what a burlesque show is like, and what readers who attend the show can look forward to.
Tony, 49, explained: "I went to my first burlesque show on my birthday in 2009.
The complaint comes from a Winnipeg women's shelter, which was planning a burlesque show at a store called The Foxy Shoppe to raise money for Osborne House.
The first time I saw Stormy Leather perform, at a burlesque show at the Stonewall Inn, it was like being in the eye of that firestorm--and I loved it.
OTHER shows heading to Teesside stages in the week ahead include: | The Burlesque Show, left, comes to Middlesbrough Theatre tonight.
The model is set to work her ample curves (again) in a production of burlesque show Crazy Horse but admits she's slightly apprehensive about stripping off this time.
This year's highlights included camp Aussie comedian Bob Downe, the all-male and death defying burlesque show Briefs and an extravaganza from Mahny Djahanguiri, who wowed crowds with her show about an LA yoga teacher who attempts to enlighten Brits during the recession.
I have come to watch the monthly burlesque show "Revealed," which features six performers doing something they usually do--taking off their clothes--to an extent that they don't usually do it--fully.
Events range from photographic exhibitions to comedy and a burlesque show.
00pm) Gok Wan revisits 42-year-old former beauty queen Claire Osgood to discover whether she has maintained her body-confidence, and challenges her to take part in a burlesque show.
It is sad today to find that all these freaks and stunts are being replaced by the raree or burlesque show, with its final degeneration into American strip-tease.