Saturday, August 30, 2008
Friday, August 29, 2008
I have come to chew bubblegum, and kick ass
Monday, August 25, 2008
All the burlesque that's fit to print
A shot of the whole cast backstage before AM GOLD on Thursday night, a great show, an amazing cast, a fabulous night at the beach! (That's me, Kenny Law, GiGi LaFemme, Anita Cookie, Creamy Stevens, Clams, Darlinda Just Darlinda and Runaround Sue)
Speaking of Darlinda Just Darlinda, Clams was part of the stellar cast for her show on Saturday at the Zipper Factory; the finale to her Year in Rainbow, a year-long art project/blog/performance in which she wore a different color of the rainbow exclusively every month. It was really an amazing show.
And next up: come out and join us tomorrow night, when Clams and I are in charge of Monday Night Burlesque while Doc Wasabassco, the producer, is out of town! I'm starting off the night at 9:00, hosting the Fresh Face Showcase. Summer's almost over, we have a great lineup, come on out!
Thursday, August 21, 2008
I'm alright, don't nobody worry about me
Wednesday, August 20, 2008
Takin' it to the streets
I love this shot of Clams, I think it looks like an ad in an issue of of Playboy from 1974. Anyway, it should definitely get you in the mood for what will be, without a doubt, the smoothest burlesque show ever. You have GOT to join us in Coney Island tomorrow night for AM GOLD! We'll see you there!
Friday, August 08, 2008
Bringing you burlesque at the farthest reaches of Long Island
Tuesday, August 05, 2008
I know it doesn't look like a sad picture
Well, the comedians got to have a semi-proper send-off for Rififi, making the last show in the venue's last night a last-minute big finale show. But for Sweet and Nasty Burlesque, the last burlesque show standing at Rififi on Sunday nights, there was no last show. So on Sunday night producer Nasty Canasta invited a bunch of us to Niagara, to raise a glass in its honor. It was a fun night for a sad occasion. Seen above, all the people present who have graced the Sweet and Nasty stage crammed into Niagara's photo booth-although the photo is courtesy of Ruby Valentine's camera (Ruby, who does nothing halfway, was dressed for mourning, bless her.)
Borderline Burlesque: Midnight Madonna Madness!
Sunday, August 03, 2008
Saturday, August 02, 2008
What a fool believes
Friday, August 01, 2008
See also: previous post
I mean, you know, these weren't kids movies. I remember these, too (although by then I was old enough to make my parents take me to see the movie). I was a kid, so I don't remember; did anyone ever make any noise about tying in childrens' playthings and trading cards with gory R-rated movies, again, at a time before childrens' playthings were marketed to grown men to display on shelves?